River Conservation and Management ePub download
by P. J. Boon,Peter P. Calow,Geoffrey E. Petts
- ISBN: 0471929468
- ISBN13: 978-0471929468
- ePub: 1458 kb | FB2: 1291 kb
- Language: English
- Category: Engineering
- Publisher: Wiley; 1 edition (January 30, 1992)
- Pages: 484
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John Wiley & Sons Ltd. Chichester 1991. This book is derived from a series of papers presented at an international conference on the conservation and management of rivers, sponsored by the former Nature Conservancy Council of Great Britain and held at the University of York, England, in September 1990. The book is ‘intended for all those with an interest in achieving greater integration of conservation in the management of river systems’. Calow, Peter.
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This selective collection of papers represents the results of an international conference on the conservation and management of rivers, held at York University in September 1990. Topics include philosophy of conservation, catchment characteristics and river ecosystems, threats to river systems, the value of protection, the integration of habitat and wildlife conservation, river classification, management and protection by legislation.
208 River Conservation and Management. reflects the likelihood that future human activities could impinge upon the natural value of a river, whereas protectability is largely dictated by riparian tenure and conflict of use. Protection mechanisms. Historically, the protection of rivers in their natural state in New Zealand has been brought about by their inclusion in parks and reserves on Crown land, although this need not necessarily protect the quality of the water or the flow regime. Several statutes administered by DOC could be used to protect natural aquatic values.
The Peter principle is a concept in management developed by Laurence J. Peter, which observes that people in a hierarchy tend to rise to their "level of incompetence": an employee is promoted based on their success in previous jobs until t. . Peter, which observes that people in a hierarchy tend to rise to their "level of incompetence": an employee is promoted based on their success in previous jobs until they reach a level at which they are no longer competent, as skills in one job do not necessarily translate to another. The concept was elucidated in the 1969 book The Peter Principle by Dr. Peter and Raymond Hull.
The impact of river regulation on invertebrates has received comparatively little attention in the . During dam construction. During dam constructio. More). The benthic ecology of rivers in the Blue Mountains (Jamaica) prior to construction of a water regulation Scheme. Boon, Barry P. Jupp, Dong G. Lee.
Welcomme, R. 1992. River Conservation - Future Prospects. in P. Calow & G. Petts (eds), River Conservation and Management.
river morphology ecotone variability fish fauna threatened species conservation. Ansprüche von Fischen an die Morphologie und Hydrologie der Bäche. Mitteilungen EAWAG 32: 9–13. Welcomme, R. Wiley & Sons, Chichester: 453–462. River Conservation and Management is intended for those with an academic, scientific and practical interest in river conservation and management
River Conservation and Management. 428 pages, 16 plates with colour photos and colour illustrations; b/w photos, b/w illustrations, b/w maps, tables. Publisher: John Wiley & Sons. River Conservation and Management is intended for those with an academic, scientific and practical interest in river conservation and management. It provides an overview of how changes in legislation, policies, institutional responsibilities, science, technology, practical techniques and public perception have influenced how rivers have been managed over the past 20 years and the challenges that lie ahead during the next 20 years.