Introduction To Natural Resource Planning

Author: Charles Yoe
Editor: CRC Press
ISBN: 1439892628
Size: 12,59 MB
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This is an exciting time for natural resources planning. There are amazing technologies available to planners and a wide and growing array of resources, problems, and opportunities that need attention. Private and public interests are taking up these issues all over the world and at all levels of involvement. At the same time, inefficient planning policies and procedures can threaten the art of successful planning. Demonstrating how to put effective planning theory into practice, Introduction to Natural Resource Planning introduces an iterative planning process with five steps and two ongoing processes. Suitable for any type of planning setting, the book describes each step of the planning process in extensive practical detail. Comprising field-tested strategies woven into a comprehensive and complete protocol, the book explores: Planners and the planning process Establishing the decision context, gathering evidence, plan formulation, and evaluating, comparing, and selecting plans The importance of public involvement Telling your story so that people understand and care about it Dealing effectively with uncertainty as part of the planning process Scenario planning when uncertainty obscures the future Economics for planners: cost estimates and economic analysis Fast planning and getting the most out of your planning process Practical tips from experienced natural resource planners Natural resources planning involves solving complex problems. Fascinating new issues continue to emerge as we seek to identify and preserve natural DNA, struggle with invasive and nonindigenous species, and worry about the well-being of native and managed pollinators. Meanwhile, we continue to struggle with familiar problems like water quality, developing resources for wise uses, loss of habitat, and floods, hurricanes, and other natural disasters. This volume will empower both experienced and new planners to plan more effectively for solutions to preserve and manage our natural resources.

Introduction To Forestry And Natural Resources

Author: Donald L. Grebner
Editor: Academic Press
ISBN: 0123869021
Size: 20,93 MB
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Introduction to Forestry and Natural Resources presents a broad overview of the profession of forestry. The book details several key fields within forestry, including forest health, economics, policy, utilization, and forestry careers. Chapters deal specifically with forest products and harvesting, recreation, wildlife habitats, tree anatomy and physiology, and ethics. These topics are ideal for undergraduate introductory courses and include numerous examples (mainly graphical) and questions for students to ponder. Unlike other introductory forestry texts, which focus largely on forest ecology rather than practical forestry concepts, Introduction to Forestry and Natural Resources encompasses economic, ecological, and social aspects providing a uniquely balanced text. The wide range of experience of the contributing authors equips them especially well to identify missing content from other texts in the area and address topics currently covered in corresponding college courses. 300 original illustrations including line art, graphs, tables and maps Syllabus-planning assistance for adopting professors so that they can add the content to their course materials via the companion website's question-and-answer material for each chapter Contributors are experienced textbook authors with diverse professional backgrounds in forestry

An Introduction To Development And Regional Planning

Author: Jayasri Ray Chaudhuri
Editor: Orient Blackswan
ISBN: 9788125018803
Size: 15,10 MB
Format: PDF, ePub
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An Introduction to Development and Regional Planning offers a comprehensive analyses of planning in India at a macro, meso and micro level. This book discusses concepts and theories of development and various contradictions arising out of policy intervention. This text provides compulsory reading for students of Economics, Geography, Regional and Urban Planning.

Natural Resource Plan

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Size: 16,98 MB
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Forest Management And Planning

Author: Peter Bettinger
Editor: Academic Press
ISBN: 9780080921587
Size: 20,78 MB
Format: PDF, ePub
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Forest Management and Planning provides a focused understanding of contemporary forest management issues through real life examples to engage students. The methodology for the development of quantitatively-derived forest management plans – from gathering information to the implementation of plans at the forest level – are clearly explained. Emphasis is placed on the development of traditional commodity production forest plans using linear programming, the development of alternative forest plans, and problem resolution in planning. The authors have developed this book based on their personal experience in teaching forest management courses and the review of ten forestry programs (Auburn University, University of Georgia, Iowa State University, Louisiana State University, Northern Arizona University, Ohio State University, Pennsylvania State University, University of Florida, Virginia Tech, and Oregon State University). The integration of extended case studies of a variety of scenarios as well as the inclusion of a section on report writing will engage students. Acknowledgement and integration of various software packages for forest management provide the most useful tools for those studying forest management and distinguish this book from the competition. This book is an ideal resource for students of Forest Management – primarily an upper-level course in forestry, and natural resource management, wildlife, and recreation programs. Real-life examples illustrated mathematically and graphically End-of-chapter questions Modern coverage of the planning and management of US Forest timber production Case study analysis Expansive applications drawn for examples in the western US, the Lake States, the northeastern US, the southern US and Canada Detailed descriptions of models and solution methods for integrating a variety of wildlife habitat constraints

Integrated Planning And Management Of Natural Resources

Author: Dwight Watson
Editor: Universal-Publishers
ISBN: 1599424770
Size: 16,18 MB
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Integrated coastal zone management is a process of good governance that guides decision-making on the equitable allocation and sustainable use of natural resources. Integrated Planning and Management of Natural Resources describes systematic planning procedures for writing a hierarchy of strategic, zoning, management, and action plans. These plans can be adapted to any coastal management area in order to realize the social, economic, and environmental benefits that can be derived from spatially allocating, developing, and regulating the use of its diverse natural resources.

Rural Planning In Developing Countries

Author: D. Barry Dalal-Clayton
Editor: Earthscan
ISBN: 1849774277
Size: 16,34 MB
Format: PDF, Mobi
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This book provides an international perspective on rural planning, focused on developing countries. It examines conventional development planning and innovative local planning approaches, drawing together lessons from recent experience of rural planning and land use. The authors examine past and current practice and ways that land use planning and management of natural resources can underpin sustainable local livelihoods. They draw on case studies from Africa, Asia and Latin America to present findings relevant throughout the developing world.

Community Planning An Introduction To The Comprehensive Plan

Author: CTI Reviews
Editor: Cram101 Textbook Reviews
ISBN: 1467297909
Size: 12,17 MB
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Facts101 is your complete guide to Community Planning, An Introduction to the Comprehensive Plan. In this book, you will learn topics such as as those in your book plus much more. With key features such as key terms, people and places, Facts101 gives you all the information you need to prepare for your next exam. Our practice tests are specific to the textbook and we have designed tools to make the most of your limited study time.

Introduction To The Economics Of Water Resources

Author: Stephen Merrett
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 1135362068
Size: 10,63 MB
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First published in 1997. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

Introduction To Human Resource Management

Author: Paul Banfield
Editor: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0199581088
Size: 15,15 MB
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Co-written by an HR lecturer and an HR practitioner, this introductory textbook provides academic and practical insights which convey the reality of human resource management. The range of real life cases and learning features enables students to quickly understand the issues in practice as well as theory, and brings the subject to life.