The colorado plateau vi: Science and management at the landscape scale

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Abstract

Covering 130,000 square miles and a wide range of elevations from desert to alpine in Arizona, Utah, Colorado, and New Mexico, the Colorado Plateau has long fascinated researchers. The Colorado Plateau VI provides readers with a plethora of updates and insights into land conservation and management questions currently surrounding the region. The Colorado Plateau VI’s contributors show how new technologies for monitoring, spatial analysis, restoration, and collaboration improve our understanding, management, and conservation of outcomes at the appropriate landscape scale for the Colorado Plateau. The volume’s chapters fall into five major themes: monitoring as a key tool for addressing management challenges, restoration approaches to improving ecosystem condition and function, collaboration and organizational innovations to achieve conservation and management objectives, landscape-scale approaches to understanding, and managing key species and ecological communities. Focusing on the integration of science into resource management issues over the Colorado Plateau, this volume includes contributions from dozens of leading scholars of the region. The Colorado Plateau VI proves a valuable resource to all interested in the conservation management, natural history, and cultural biological resources of the Colorado Plateau.

Original languageEnglish (US)
PublisherUniversity of Arizona Press
Number of pages387
ISBN (Print)9780816502356, 9780816531592
StatePublished - Jan 1 2015
Externally publishedYes

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The colorado plateau vi : Science and management at the landscape scale. / Huenneke, Laura F; Van Riper, Charles; Hays-Gilpin, Kelley A.

University of Arizona Press, 2015. 387 p.

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