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A New Century for Natural Resources Management Paperback – Mar 1 1995


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Richard L. Knight is associate professor of wildlife ecology at Colorado State University.

Sarah F. Bates is director of the Utah office of the Grand Canyon Trust.

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amazing, but ... Jan. 13 2006
By Bean Bagg - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
in the ten years since this was published, there still hasn't been a book (that I know of) published that is better than this one at putting public lands management in an historic-then-contemporary context. it's also nice that it's an edited collection, b/c readers (i.e, students!) don't get lulled into complacent reading by single sytle or approach. highly recommended, though of course, needs to be supplemented with newer readings, particularly dealing with collaborative conservation and political ecology.
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Natural Resource Management March 4 2011
By Sarah Fehley - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback Verified Purchase
I needed this book in a hurry and I got it relatively quickly. Thanks so much! This is a valuable resource to have!
The text was written pretty clearly for its purpose Oct. 30 2014
By Daniel P - Published on Amazon.com
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I got this book for a course on resource management. The text was written pretty clearly for its purpose. It contained a lot of good historical information which put the current state of resource management in context. Some parts were more relevant than others, but overall it achieved the goal it set out for very well. A decent text if you need one on the topic.


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