This is the latest book in the excellent "Natural Heritage of Scotland" series from 'Scottish Natural Heritage' (SNH). The book contains the papers read at SNH's 2008 conference on the subject and provides the reader with valuable, high quality, up-to-date information and research on the subject, interspersed with stunning full colour images. The long-term aim for all species management is for thriving and self-sustaining, self regulating populations of native species throughout their natural ranges. The challenge is to achieve this in the face of increasing pressures from developments, exploitation, habitat loss and climate change. This book explores the challenges and solutions to species management for species conservation, the control of invasive non-native species, resolving conflicts of interest between native species, and the sustainable use of species, with contributions from a range of international experts including scientists, conservationists and managers.It's features include: key current information/research on Species Management; high quality full colour images throughout; and, graphs, tables and maps throughout. This work is suitable for environmentalists, conservationists, botanists, developers, land owners/managers, scientists and anyone working on the land, involved in Species Management or interested in nature.
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Book Description Stationery Office, 2009. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0114973482