Description - Large Herbivore Ecology, Ecosystem Dynamics and Conservation by Kjell Danell
Most large herbivores require some type of management within their habitats. Some populations of large herbivores are at the brink of extinction, some are under discussion for reintroduction, whilst others already occur in dense populations causing conflicts with other land use. Large herbivores are the major drivers for forming the shape and function of terrestrial ecosystems. This 2006 book addresses the scientifically based action plans to manage both the large herbivore populations and their habitats worldwide. It covers the processes by which large herbivores not only affect their environment (e.g. grazing) but are affected by it (e.g. nutrient cycling) and the management strategies required. Also discussed are new modeling techniques, which help assess integration processes in a landscape context, as well as assessing the consequences of new developments in the processes of conservation. This book will be essential reading for all involved in the management of both large herbivores and natural resources.
Buy Large Herbivore Ecology, Ecosystem Dynamics and Conservation by Kjell Danell from Australia's Online Independent Bookstore, Boomerang Books.
(228mm x 152mm x 27mm)
Cambridge University Press
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Country of Publication:
Other Editions - Large Herbivore Ecology, Ecosystem Dynamics and Conservation by Kjell Danell
Book Reviews - Large Herbivore Ecology, Ecosystem Dynamics and Conservation by Kjell Danell
Author Biography - Kjell Danell
Kjell Danell is Professor of Animal Ecology at the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences. His main research interests are basic and applied plant-animal interactions, community ecology, invasive species and macroecology. Roger Bergstrom is Associate Professor at the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences. Patrick Duncan is Director of the UPR 1934, Center of Biological Studies of Chize, CNRS. John Pastor is Professor and Senior Research Associate at the Natural Resources Research Institute, University of Minnesota.