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Management Planning for Nature Conservation

A Theoretical Basis & Practical Guide

Alexander, Mike



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From the reviews:

"By writing this book, Alexander, a professional with wide-ranging experience in planning for nature conservation, makes a major contribution to the field. … the author presents concepts and principles that are applicable to nature conservation planning worldwide. This book is an essential resource for those involved in any aspect of planning for and management of nature conservation from academia, government agencies, and private and public conservation organizations. Summing Up: Highly recommended. Upper-division undergraduates through professionals." (R. L. Smith, CHOICE, Vol. 45 (10), June, 2008)

"The author’s own passion for nature, fired up on Skomer, his sense of cynefin, and his continuing journey of understanding, kick-start the guide and mark it out as a work of genuine substance. … The book is aimed at students and practitioners … . It is for people engaged in the study or practice of site management for nature conservation. … this volume is a welcome addition to the literature, which should become a valued text for students and land managers in the future." (James Robertson, Natur Cymru, Issue 28, 2008)



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