3 edition of Rangeland ecology, management and productivity found in the catalog.
Rangeland ecology, management and productivity
by UNEP/USSR Publications and Information Support Project in Moscow, USSR
Written in English
|Other titles||Rangeland ecology, management and productivity, teaching aids of the international training course.|
|Statement||[compiled by B.V. Vinogradov, L. Ya. Kurochkina].|
|Contributions||Vinogradov, B. V., Kurochkina, L. I͡A., United Nations Environment Programme.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 v. :|
Ecology of Fire-Dependent Ecosystems: Wildland Fire Science, Policy, and Management: McGranahan, Devan Allen, Wonkka, Carissa L: : LibrosFormat: Pasta dura. One of the biggest issues with rangeland ecology in Florida — at least related to wildlife — is managing human-wildlife conflict and animal predators harming calves, Ellington said. Another big issue is striking a balance between managing rangelands for biodiversity and productivity.
As land‐use practices and management regimes (e.g., grazing regime, conversion, development, restoration) can influence rangeland productivity dynamics, the people or institutions with the capacity to drive land‐use and management decisions have a pivotal role in rangeland conservation and management. This page includes information about how you may contact the Rangeland Management and Vegetation Ecology Staff, those responsible for the guidance, administration, and support of the agency's rangeland management programs. Hours. AM to PM, EST. General Telephone Number ()
Briske, D.D. Rangeland systems: foundation for a conceptual framework. p. 1 – In: D.D. Briske (ed.) Rangeland systems: processes, management and challenges. Rangeland Ecology & Management publishes content on all topics - including ecology, management, socioeconomic and policy - pertaining to global rangelands, in order to promote sound rangeland stewardship. Current Issue All Issues. Featured Content Scope & Details Editorial Office.
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The book is in three parts: (1) Rangeland Ecology: The Underpinnings (chapters 1 to management and productivity book, (2) Rangeland Management in Practice (chapters 4 to 7) and (3) Capturing the Conservation Benefits of Better Rangeland Management (chapters 8 to 10).Author: Bruce Alchin.
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In this section you will find information on the various aspects of rangeland ecology. You will discover how water is the single most important factor determining the type and production of vegetation in a rangeland community. Climate and drought will continue to have a huge impact on rangelands as the global climate trends toward warmer and drier.
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The journal's mission is to inform academics, ecosystem managers and policy makers of science-based. This is of particular interest to most Rangeland managers in developing countries. Fourthly, as you would expect from a book written in the s there is little information on GIS, remote sensing or Modelling tools.
Lastly, there is limited focus on environmental problems caused through rangeland management and by: 2. Rangeland types 3. A Case study of the US Rangelands. Economic Impact of Wild-Life Related Activities 4 Role of rangeland legislation Impact of the Taylor Grazing Act 5.
Land Degradation Processes and Action-Reaction Chains Role of Permanent Exclosures 6. Game ranching 7. Establishing drought tolerant fodder shrubs 8. Rangeland ecology and management in a changing world For decades, rangeland research pursued the elusive goal of stabilizing productivity through the application of a combination of fossil-fuel based (fertilizer, herbicide, reseeding, fencing, water developments, supplements) and management.
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ICARDA aims to reverse these trends by adopting an innovative, participatory, and multi-dimensional approach that includes all stakeholders involved in rangeland management.