Natural Resources Ecology, Economics, and Policy

Natural Resources Ecology, Economics, and Policy
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  • ISBN-13: 9780130933881
  • ISBN: 0130933880
  • Edition: 2
  • Publication Date: 2002
  • Publisher: Prentice Hall PTR


Holechek, Jerry, Cole, Richard A., Fisher, James T.


Coupling the latest concepts and technology with proven traditional approaches, this new edition introduces readers to the science of natural resource management by integrating ecology, history, planning, economics, and policy into coverage of each natural resource. This text sets the stage for coverage of specific natural resources, giving readers a chance to review important concepts and to start thinking in a new integrated way about natural resource management in a more complex real-world context. Some features of the new .edition include: Detailed history of natural resource management in the United States Helps readers understand that today's environmental problems did not just happen "naturally," but rather came about as the result of a complex mix of events, many well intentioned at the time Computers, scientific breakthroughs, and natural resource management and planning Shows readers how computers are used in natural resource management and how scientific breakthroughs will affect the environment and quality of life in the 21st century A full chapter dedicated to natural resources and international development Exposes readers to the importance of natural resources in developing countries, and the issue of how political policies affect economic growth and environmental quality. A basic discussion of economic principles and systems Introduces readers to the advantages and disadvantages of market, socialistic, and mixed economies in terms of human welfare, technological advance, and impacts on environmental qualityHolechek, Jerry is the author of 'Natural Resources Ecology, Economics, and Policy', published 2002 under ISBN 9780130933881 and ISBN 0130933880.

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