Protected Area Management: Principles and Practice

Protected Area Management: Principles and Practice Book

  • Author(s): Worboys, G., Lockwood, M., De Lacy, T.
  • Published: 2005
  • Publisher: Oxford University Press
  • Edition: 2nd
  • ISBN: 0195517288

Abstract: Examines the multi-disciplinary task of managing protected areas. This second edition of this authoritative text has been updated, expanded, and includes new Australian and international case studies. Contents Ch.1. Australia's natural heritage Ch.2. Social context Ch.3. Concept and purpose of protected areas Ch.4. Process of management Ch.5. Establishing protected areas Ch.6. Obtaining and managing information Ch.7. Management planning Ch.8. Finance and economics Ch.9. Administration-making it work Ch.10. Sustainability management Ch.11. Operations management Ch.12. Natural heritage management Ch.13. Cultural heritage management Ch.14. Threats to protected areas Ch.15. Incident management Ch.16. Tourism and recreation Ch.17. Working with the community Ch.18. Indigenous people and protected areas Ch.19. Linking the landscape Ch.20. Marine protected areas Ch.21. Evaluating management effectiveness Ch.22. Futures and visions

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Worboys, G., Lockwood, M., De Lacy, T., 2005, Protected Area Management: Principles and Practice, Edition:2nd, Book, viewed 30 March 2020, https://www.nintione.com.au/?p=4093.

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