4 edition of Monitoring for conservation and ecology found in the catalog.
Monitoring for conservation and ecology
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Barrie Goldsmith.|
|Contributions||Goldsmith, F. B.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 275 p. :|
|Number of Pages||275|
|ISBN 10||0412355906, 0412356007|
|LC Control Number||90025862|
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The recording of changes of plants and animals is vital for decision-making in conservation, and is being recognised as increasingly important in the light of the current global environmental degradation. This book summarises the need for, and methods in, long-term monitoring, and includes the recent fields of aerial photography and remote sensing.
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These activities are usually carried out in relation to specific objectives. Development of a rationale for monitoring / John M. Hellawell --Scientific requirements of a monitoring programme / Michael B. Usher --Remote sensing techniques for monitoring land-cover / Jonathan T.C. Monitoring for conservation and ecology book --Monitoring plant populations: census as an Monitoring for conservation and ecology book to conservation / Michael J.
Hutchings --Vegetation monitoring / Barrie Goldsmith. Monitoring has become fashionable. Business now talks about monitoring its activities, efficiency, costs and profits. The National Health Service is monitoring general practices and hospitals; it is keen to have more information about efficiency and the duration of stay of patients in different hospitals undergoing different types of treatment.
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Synopsis. This books aims to provide an outline of monitoring techniques, for conservation and ecology, for plant, insect and animal populations. Among the groups included are butterflies, birds and vegetation and the book also covers methods for monitoring land-cover book discusses monitoring techniques at field and county levels /5(2).
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