Linking Australia's Landscapes: Lessons and Opportunities by Ian Pulsford,James Fitzsimons,Geoff Wescott

By Ian Pulsford,James Fitzsimons,Geoff Wescott

Networks of land controlled for conservation throughout various tenures have speedily elevated in quantity (and reputation) in Australia over the last 20 years. those comprise iconic large-scale projects similar to Gondwana hyperlink, the good japanese levels Initiative, Habitat 141°, and the South Australian NatureLinks, in addition to different, landscape-scale methods similar to Biosphere Reserves and Conservation administration Networks. Their goals were a number of: to guard the integrity and resilience of many Australian ecosystems through protecting and restoring large-scale normal landscapes and environment tactics; to minimize the affects of fragmentation; to extend the connectivity of habitats to supply for species move and variation as weather alterations; and to construct group help and involvement in conservation.
This booklet attracts out classes from various confirmed and new connectivity conservation projects from round Australia, and is complemented via overseas examples. Chapters are written via leaders within the box of building and working connectivity networks, in addition to key ecological and social scientists and specialists in governance.
Linking Australia's Landscapes could be a major reference for coverage makers, average source managers, scientists, and teachers and tertiary scholars facing matters in landscape-scale conservation, ecology, conservation biology, environmental coverage, making plans and administration, social sciences, local improvement, governance and surroundings services.

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