|Author:||Justina Ray,Kent H. Redford,Robert Steneck,Dr. Joel Berger PhD|
|Title:||Large Carnivores and the Conservation of Biodiversity|
|Format:||txt doc azw lit|
|ePUB size:||1674 kb|
|FB2 size:||1787 kb|
|DJVU size:||1445 kb|
|Publisher:||Island Press; 2nd None ed. edition (April 1, 2005)|
Download Free eBook:Large Carnivores and the Conservation of Biodiversity - Free epub, mobi, pdf ebooks download, ebook torrents download. Everyone concerned with ecology, biodiversity, or large carnivores will find this volume a unique and thought-provoking analysis and synthesis. Download many interesting free eBooks HERE <<<. No another mirrors, please! Read RULES.
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University of Chicago Press, Chicago, IL. Large Carnivores and Conservation of Biodiversity. Ray, . K. H. Redford, R. Steneck, and J. Berger. Covello, CA. Horn of Darkness: Rhinos on the Edge. Cunningham, C. and J. Oxford University Press, New York. The Science and Challenges of Conserving Large Wild Mammals in 21st Century American Protected Areas. In Science, Conservation, and National Parks (Eds. Beissinger, . The University of Chicago Press. Sub-lethal effects of energy development on a migratory mammal-The enigma of North American pronghorn. Global Ecology and Conservation 6: 36-47.
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Large carnivores are considered catalysts for the conservation of biodiversity due to their charisma, their role in regulating ecosystem dynamics and their rich cultural and historical heritage. After centuries of persecution across Europe, changes in land use and recovery of forests, recovery of carnivores’ prey base, changes in international policies and attitudes have encouraged their return to historic home ranges. Topic: Favoring coexistence with large carnivores. Topic: Changing attitudes towards wild predators, addressing fear.