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by Kjell Danell

Author: Kjell Danell
Subcategory: Biological Sciences
Language: English
Publisher: Cambridge University Press; 1 edition (June 12, 2006)
Pages: 524 pages
Category: Math and Science
Rating: 4.3
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Some large herbivore species are rare, others are over-abundant.

Some large herbivore species are rare, others are over-abundant. Managing herbivore populations and their habitats is an important, urgent and sometimes controversial issue, requiring action plans and models. Series: Conservation Biology (Book 11).

Most large herbivores require some type of management within their habitats.

Most large herbivores require some type of management within their habitats. This book addresses the scientifically based action plans to manage both the large herbivore populations and their habitats worldwide.

Persson, Inga-Lill Bergström, Roger and Danell, Kjell 2007. This 2006 book addresses the scientifically based action plans to manage both the large herbivore populations and their habitats worldwide. Browse biomass production a. egrowth capacity after biomass loss in deciduous and coniferous trees: responses to moose browsing along a productivity gradient. Oikos, Vol. 116, Issue. It covers the processes by which large herbivores not only affect their environment (. grazing) but are affected by it (. nutrient cycling) and the management strategies required.

Kjell Danell, Roger Bergstrom, Patrick Duncan. Most large herbivores require some type of management within their habitats.

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Danell, . Duncan, . Bergström, . Pastor, J. (ed. : Large Herbivore Ecology, Ecosystem Dynamics and Conservation. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press 2006. numerous tables and black and white illustrations. ISBN 0-521-83005-2; paperback: £ 3. 0, ISBN 0-521-53687-1. CrossRefGoogle Scholar. Authors and Affiliations.

Large herbivores in heterogeneous grassland ecosystems Douglas A. Frank; 12. Modelling of large herbivore - vegetation .

This book is suitable for students of general biology, ecology and conservation.

This title explores the ecology, conservation, and management of these birds. This book is suitable for students of general biology, ecology and conservation.

This 2006 book summarises the current methods and models used in managing large herbivore populations and their habitats. Conservation Biology. Subjects: Social ethics. Other Authors: Bergström, Roger.

Most large herbivores require some type of management within their habitats. Some populations of large herbivores are at the brink of extinction, some are under discussion for reintroduction, whilst others already occur in dense populations causing conflicts with other land use. Large herbivores are the major drivers for forming the shape and function of terrestrial ecosystems. This 2006 book addresses the scientifically based action plans to manage both the large herbivore populations and their habitats worldwide. It covers the processes by which large herbivores not only affect their environment (e.g. grazing) but are affected by it (e.g. nutrient cycling) and the management strategies required. Also discussed are new modeling techniques, which help assess integration processes in a landscape context, as well as assessing the consequences of new developments in the processes of conservation. This book will be essential reading for all involved in the management of both large herbivores and natural resources.