Introduction to Environmental Impact Assessment: A Guide to Principles and Practice

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Oxford University Press, 2006 - Science - 216 pages
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This book is designed as a primary text for teaching environmental impact assessment (EIA). The focus is procedural training in EIA, with an emphasis on good principles and prcatices of EIA. It provides extensive case studies, most of which are Canadian, but some of which are American, European and Australian. The approach is interdisciplinary, and provodes a balanced discussion of physical and human environments.

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Contents

An Overview of Environmental Impact Assessment in Canada
17
FOUNDATIONS OF ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT
27
Methods Supporting EIA Practice
39
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About the author (2006)

Bram Noble is an Assistant Professor, Department of Geography, University of Saskatchewan.

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