Watershed management: balancing sustainability and environmental change : with 115 illustrations

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Robert J. Naiman
Springer-Verlag, 1992 - Nature - 542 pages
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Watersheds contain vitally important resources which must be managed in a coordinated fashion to achieve sustainability.This book presents 20 contributions to the analysis of watersheds in the Pacific Northwest of the United States in three broad subject areas: - Global and national perspectives - Elements of integrated watershed management - Innovative approaches for mitigation and restoration of watersheds.The aim of Watershed Management: Balancing Sustainability and Environmental Change is to present new perspectives that combine social, economic, and environmental concerns with approaches to watershed management that treat forest, range, agricultural, and urban parcels in an integrated manner.This book will be of interest to environmental scientists, natural resource managers, and policymakers.

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