Sustainable Forest Management : From Concept to Practice Hardback
Edited by John L. (University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada) Innes, Anna V. (University of British Columbia, Canada) Tikina
Part of the Earthscan Forest Library series
Sustainable Forest Management provides the necessary material to educate students about forestry and the contemporary role of forests in ecosystems and society.
This comprehensive textbook on the concept and practice of sustainable forest management sets the standard for practice worldwide. Early chapters concentrate on conceptual aspects, relating sustainable forestry management to international policy.
In particular, they consider the concept of criteria and indicators and how this has determined the practice of forest management, taken here to be the management of forested lands and of all ecosystems present on such lands.
Later chapters are more practical in focus, concentrating on the management of the many values associated with forests. Overall the book provides a major new synthesis which will serve as a textbook for undergraduates of forestry as well as those from related disciplines such as ecology or geography who are taking a course in forests or natural resource management.
- Format: Hardback
- Pages: 396 pages, 13 Line drawings, color; 16 Line drawings, black and white; 209 Halftones, color; 29 Tabl
- Publisher: Taylor & Francis Ltd
- Publication Date: 16/12/2016
- Category: Forests, rainforests
- ISBN: 9781844077236