Conducting Research in Conservation

Conducting Research in Conservation

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This is the first textbook on social science research methods for use in the expanding and increasingly multidisciplinary field of environmental conservation. It is divided into five useful sections and illustrated throughout with practical examples of conservation-related research from different parts of the world (Europe, the Americas, Africa, Asia, Australia) and different ecosystems (forests, grasslands, desert, marine and riverine systems, as well as farmland and home gardens). It will be an invaluable tool in the training of the next generation of conservation professionals.Martin, G.J. (1995) Ethnobotany: A Methods Manual, London: Chapman and Hall; reprinted in 2004 by Earthscan. a€”a€” (2004) ... (2007) a#39;Conservation focus: policy advocacy and conservation sciencea#39;, Conservation Biology 21: 11. Meine, C. ... Nelson, M.P. and Vucetich, J.A. (2009) a#39;On advocacy by environmental scientists: what, whether, why and howa#39;, Conservation Biology 23(5): 1090a€“101. Newinganbsp;...

Title:Conducting Research in Conservation
Author: Helen Newing
Publisher:Routledge - 2010-10-18

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