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An Ecosystem Management Primer: History, Perceptions, and Modern Definition

Title

An Ecosystem Management Primer: History, Perceptions, and Modern Definition

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Excerpt

Ecosystem management is still a relatively new field of study - then Forest Service Chief F. Dale Robertson coined the term just two decades ago in 1992 - so its membership is still fairly small. But the issues are too important, too potentially life-altering, to leave to a handful of experts to worry about. This book is for everyone: law students, college and graduate students, experts, and weekend readers alike. Because it is for everyone, it is essential that it begin at the beginning.

ISBN

9781935603634

Publication Date

2013

Publisher

University of Akron Press

City

Akron, OH

Keywords

ecosystem management law and policy, history, perceptions, modern definition

Disciplines

Environmental Law | Law | Natural Resources Law