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A Guidebook for Integrated Ecological Assessments by Mark E. Jensen, Patrick S. Bourgeron

By Mark E. Jensen, Patrick S. Bourgeron

Ecosystem administration calls for a making plans and decision-making method that locations land use in its applicable ecological context. simply because ecological exams needs to be carried out at numerous spatial scales and throughout jurisdictional barriers, techniques to evaluate needs to be appropriate and in line with one another. A Guidebook for built-in EcologicalAssessment analyzes tools and gives criteria and protocols for evaluate and the mixing of data.

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Ecology 72:371-412. Maxwell, J. ; Edwards, C. ; Jensen, M. ; Paustian, S. ; Hill, D. M. 1995. A hierarchical framework of aquatic ecological units in North America. NC-GTR-176. St. S. Dept. , For. , North Central Exp. Sta. Morrison, J. 1994. Integrating ecosystem management and the forest planning process. In: Jensen, M. ; Bourgeron, P. , tech. eds. Volume II: Ecosystem management: principles and applications. PNW GTR-318. S. Dept. , For. , Pacific Northw. Res. : 266-275. National Research Council.

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