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Title Collaborative planning for wetlands and wildlife : issues and examples / edited by Douglas R. Porter and David A. Salvesen.

Published Washington, DC : Island Press, [1995]


Location Call No. Status
 UniM Archit  333.918160973 COLL    AVAILABLE
Physical description x, 293 pages : illustrations, maps ; 23 cm
Notes Includes index.
Contents Foreword / John DeGrove -- 1. Introduction / David A. Salvesen and Douglas R. Porter -- 2. Focused, Special-Area Conservation Planning: An Approach to Reconciling Development and Environmental Protection / Lindell L. Marsh and Peter L. Lallas -- 3. Preserving Biodiversity through the Use of Habitat Conservation Plans / Timothy Beatley -- 4. The Balcones Canyonlands Conservation Plan: A Regional Multi-species Approach.
Summary Collaborative Planning for Wetlands and Wildlife builds on past experience to propose guidelines for more effective planning, and it presents numerous case studies that demonstrate how different communities have creatively reconciled problems between developers and environmentalists. Both the plans themselves and the experience gained in developing the plans offer valuable insights for other communities facing similar dilemmas. This book answers questions asked by regulators, environmentalists, and developers who seek practical alternatives to the existing case-by-case permitting process, and it offers valuable lessons from past and ongoing area-wide planning efforts.
Other author Porter, Douglas R.
Salvesen, David.
Subject Wetland conservation -- United States -- Planning.
Wildlife conservation -- United States -- Planning.
ISBN 1559632879 (paperback: acid-free paper)