Protected Area Management: Principles and Practice
OUP Australia and New Zealand
Graeme L. Worboys
Publication Date :
1 Jan 2005
Protected Area Management: Principles and Practice 2e 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.Divided into three sections: Part A explains the environmental, social, political and historical context of management; Part B examines in depth the main principles and practices of management, including obtaining and managing information; planning; administration; economics; natural heritage; cultural heritage; incidents; tourism and visitor management, indigenous peoples and protected areas, and managing for the future; and, Part C is a state-by-state summary of protected areas. The book includes the most recent information about management principles to assist students and practitioners to improve the management of protected areas. It is an essential reference to anyone with an active interest in the conservation and management of protected areas. New topics include: Operations management Governance Sustainable management Marine protected area management Performance management Chronology of Australian protected area management
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