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by M. Owen,Mike W. Pienkowski

ePub Goose Damage and Management Workshop (Research and Survey in Nature Conservation Series) download
Author:
M. Owen,Mike W. Pienkowski
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978-0861396887
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086139688X
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Joint Nature Conservation Committee (January 1991)
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Biological Sciences
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Conference: Goose damage and management workshop. and Wetlands Trust, Martin Mere, Lancashire, Volume: In: Owen, M. & Pienkowski, .

Conference: Goose damage and management workshop. Proceedings of a meeting organised by the Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust at Martin Mere, Lancashire, on 27 April 1990. At Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust, Martin Mere, Lancashire, Volume: In: Owen, M. Cite this publication.

Surveys in 1983 and 1984 showed that waders were distributed at high density throughout most of the 186 km2 of machair and blackland of the larger islands: the overall density of waders exceeded 80 pairs km−2 but the average density in some habitats exceeded 200 pairs km−2. Nowhere else in Britain supports a similar assemblage of species of breeding waders. At WWT, Martin Mere, Lancashire, UK, Volume: In: Owen, M.

Owen, Mike W. Pienkowski. This book features results of a workshop organised by the Wildfowl & Wetlands Trust in April 1990.

This workshop served as a starting point to create a Russian-speaking organised community of camera trap users for wildlife conservation.

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Workshop Summary: The Marine Mammal Network of the Conservation of Arctic .

Workshop Summary: The Marine Mammal Network of the Conservation of Arctic Flora and Fauna’s (CAFF) Working Group of the Arctic Council will be hosting a workshop for ‘Arctic Passive Acoustic Monitoring (PAM) users.

It is essential reading for professional conservation managers and any student studying management planning for conservation within a range of degree and postgraduate courses.

Although it is an introductory wildlife management text, the information supplied in the book is detailed enough to be of value to professionals. Kory Gann Journal of Wildlife Management). This volume is a nice and easy-to-read collection of chapters covering important topics in wildlife management. Including topics such as structure decision-making and climate change makes this book particularly timely.

The Magnuson–Stevens Fishery Conservation and Management Act (MSFCMA), commonly referred to as the Magnuson–Stevens Act (MSA), is the legal provision for promoting optimal exploitation of . Enacted in 1976, it has since been amended in line with sustainability policy. Regional councils of the National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS) determine when a stock is overfished, and apply both regional and individual catch limits.

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This book features results of a workshop organised by the Wildfowl & Wetlands Trust in April 1990.