5 edition of Hunting for sustainability in tropical forests found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 525-571) and index
|Statement||edited by John G. Robinson, Elizabeth L. Bennett|
|Series||Biology and resource management series, Biology and resource management in the tropics series|
|Contributions||Robinson, John G, Bennett, Elizabeth L|
|LC Classifications||SK35 .H774 2000|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxi, 582 p. :|
|Number of Pages||582|
|ISBN 10||0231109768, 0231109776|
|LC Control Number||99020178|
Hunting for Sustainability in Tropical Forests, Paperback by Robinson, John G $ Free shipping. This listing is for the hardcover book "Saving the Tropical Forests" by Judith Gradwohl & Russell Greenberg. This page book measures 6 3/8" x 9 1/4". This is a new book in excellent unread Rating: % positive. As the human population grows and increasingly encroaches on remaining wildlife habitat, hunting threatens many species. Benítez-López et al. conducted a large-scale meta-analysis of hunting trends and impacts across the tropics (see the Perspective by Brashares and Gaynor). Bird and mammal populations were considerably lower in areas where hunting occurred. Although commercial hunting Cited by:
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Comprising work by both biological and social scientists, Hunting for Sustainability in Tropical Forests provides a balanced viewpoint on the ecological and human aspects of this hunting. The first section examines the effects of hunting on wildlife in tropical forests throughout the by: This book presents a wide array of studies that examine the sustainability of hunting as practiced by rural peoples.
Comprising work by both biological and social scientists, Hunting for Sustainability in Tropical Forests provides a balanced viewpoint on the ecological and human aspects of this hunting.
The first section examines the effects of hunting on wildlife in tropical forests throughout the world. The next section looks at the importance of Hunting for sustainability in tropical forests book 4/5(2). This book presents a wide array of studies that examine the sustainability of hunting as practiced by rural peoples.
Comprising work by both biological and social scientists, Hunting for Sustainability in Tropical Hunting for sustainability in tropical forests book provides a balanced viewpoint on the ecological and human aspects of this hunting. Hunting for Sustainability in Tropical Forests by John Robinson,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(2).
Hunting for Sustainability in Tropical Forests by Elizabeth A. Bennett; John Robinson. Columbia University Press, Paperback. As New. Disclaimer:An apparently unread copy in perfect condition. Dust cover is intact; pages are clean and are not marred by notes or folds of any kind.
At ThriftBooks, our motto is: Read More, Spend jacket quality is not guaranteed. Hunting for sustainability in tropical secondary forests The interaction between land-use change and the sustainability of hunting is poorly understood but is critical for sustaining hunted vertebrate populations and a protein supply for the rural by: Hunting for Sustainability in Tropical Secondary Forests LUKE PARRY,*t§ JOS BARLOW,* AND CARLOS A.
PERES* *School of Environmental Sciences, University of East Anglia, Norwich, NR4 7TJ, United Kingdom tCenter for International Forestry Research (CIFOR), EMBRAPA, Trav. Enéas Pinheiro, S/N, Belém, CEPPará, Brazil.
near tropical forests. However, the resource can easily be overexploited and game species can become locally depleted, or even Hunting for sustainability in tropical forests book.
This paper discusses Hunting for sustainability in tropical forests book to measure the sustainability of hunting in tropical forests. It examines five indices of sustainability in current use and two models that attempt to model sustainability. Hunting for the Snark 1 ^ ELIZABETH L. BENNETT AND JOHN G.
ROBINSON Part I: Biological Limits to Sustainability 2. Carrying Capacity Limits to Sustainable Hunting in Tropical Forests 13 X. JOHN G. ROBINSON AND ELIZABETH L. BENNETT 3. Evaluating the Impact and Sustainability of Subsistence Hunting at Multiple Amazonian Forest Sites 31 CARLOS.
This book presents a wide array of studies that examine the sustainability of hunting as practiced by rural peoples. Comprising work by both biological and social scientists, Hunting for Sustainability in Tropical Forests provides a balanced viewpoint on the ecological and human aspects of this hunting.
Is a well documented book on the sustainability of the hunting activity in Cuba during the last decades of XX siecle and his implications for nature conservation.
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Edited by John G. Robinson and Elizabeth L. Bennett, Columbia University Press, New York,pp. xxi, Examines the sustainability of hunting as practiced by rural peoples. This book provides a viewpoint on the ecological and human aspects of this hunting.
It examines the effects of hunting on wildlife in tropical forests. It looks at the importance of hunting to local communities and looks at institutional challenges of resource management.
We conclude that secondary forests can sustainably provide only 2% of the required protein intake of Amazonian smallholders and are unlikely to be sufficient for sustainable hunting in other tropical forest Cited by: ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xxi, pages: illustrations, maps ; 27 cm: Contents: Hunting for the snark / Elizabeth L.
Bennett and John G. Robinson --pt.I: Carrying capacity limits to sustainable hunting in tropical forests / John G. Robinson and Elizabeth L. Bennett ; Evaluating the impact and sustainability of.
PDF | On Jan 1,J.G. Robinson and others published Appendix to Hunting for Sustainability in Tropical Forests | Find, read and cite all the research you need on ResearchGate. Forest certification has been used since the early s to recognize and promote sustainable forest management.
The Forest Stewardship Council is a third party certification standard, created largely by NGOs and proponents of indigenous peoples and forest dwellers rights, while the Program for the Endorsement of Forestry Certification is a. The ability to measure the sustainability of hunting is critical where the goals are to both protect the game species and to meet the needs of the hunters.
This short paper examines five indices, and two models, of sustainability that have been used to measure wildlife game resources in tropical by: E-Mail Address. Password. Forgotten Password. Remember Me. Electronic books: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Hunting for sustainability in tropical forests.
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Hunting for Sustainability in Tropical Secondary Forests. Hunting for sustainability in tropical secondary forests. John G.
Robinson is the author of Hunting for Sustainability in Tropical Forests ( avg rating, 2 ratings, 0 reviews, published ), Uso y Conservac 4/5(3). Hunting of wildlife in tropical forests - implications for biodiversity and forest peoples (English) Abstract.
The study addresses the importance of wildlife to people, and as a resource of nutritional, economic, and socio-cultural values, and examines the complexities of hunting in tropical forests. Tropical Forests.
This report augments the National Report on Sustainable Forests by focusing on tropical island forest resources within the context of national-level forest sustainability reporting.
The report uses the Montreal Process Criteria and Indicators for Sustainable Forest Management to assess forest conditions in U.S. tropical. T/F In this day and age, in tropical forests wildlife is never an essential food source for humans.
False T/F In tropical forest areas, all indications are that wildlife farming for meat is economically viable compared with hunting or farming domestic species.
Measuring the sustainability of hunting in tropical forests - Volume 28 Issue 4 - John G. Robinson, Kent H. RedfordCited by: Assessing forest sustainability in the tropical islands of the United States. Gen. Tech. Rep. IITF-GTR San Juan, PR: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Interna-tional Institute of Tropical Forestry.
This report is a companion report to the National Report on Sustainable Forests, except that the analysis in this. Because productivity of wildlife in tropical forests is low, if hunting is reduced to sustainable levels, it is generally unlikely to provide an offtake that is large enough to meet hunters' economic wishes, or consumers' dietary by: The impact of hunting varies among tropical continents.
Globally, many species are being hunted at an unsustainable level, which has already led to increases in prices and shifts toward less desirable species.
Large game species are more vulnerable in tropical forests since these ecosystems are less productive overall than savannahs or. The persistence of fauna within large tracts of tropical forests in the Congo Basin remains questionable largely due to the impact of bushmeat hunting (Fa et al., ).
Evaluating the sustainability of wild meat consumption is of paramount importance and the implementation of clear and realistic management actions is ever more by: Start studying WIS Topics (Part 5). Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools.
People in the world's tropical forests have little or no tradition of raising domestic livestock. true. Sustainable hunting occurs when people hunt for the sole purpose of providing for themselves and their family. tropical forests, but it is often practiced unsustainably.
We use the empirical observation that subsistence hunters are central-place foragers to develop three "bio-demographic" hunting models of increasing complexity and realism for assessing the sustainability of hunting of an indicator species.
Average wildlife harvesting rates of large mammals (>1 kilogram adult body mass) in tropical forests are about animals per square kilometer per year in Southeast Asia (2 studies), animals in Africa (2 studies), and animals in Latin America (5 studies) according to data derived from J.
Robinson and E. Bennett, Eds., Hunting for Sustainability in Tropical Forests (Columbia. 1. Introduction. Hunting is a ubiquitous part of daily life in rural Central Africa. Wild meat is part of the village subsistence economy, and commercial wildlife hunting—practised in Central Africa for at least two millennia—continues today [1,2].Contemporary illegal wildlife trade, now one of the three most important types of crime on the planet , uses village hunters to secure tusks Cited by: Create a Creature is another sample lesson from Exploring the Tropical Rain Forest.
In this activity, students in teams invent an animal that is specially adapted to the rain forest environment. They create a tear-art picture of the creature and present it to the class. Create A Creature: Page 1 | Page 2 | Page 3.
Rain Forest Books for Kids. Tropical Forests Sean C Thomas,University of Pdf, Toronto, Ontario, Canada Jennifer L Baltzer,University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario, Canada Tropical forests, while occupying only one-tenth of the world’s land area, are disproportionately important in File Size: KB.Spatial tools for modeling the sustainability of subsistence hunting in tropical forests TAAL LEVI, 1 GLENN H.
SHEPARD,JR.,2,3 JULIA OHL-SCHACHERER,3 CHRISTOPHER C. WILMERS,1 CARLOS A. PERES,3 AND DOUGLAS W. YU 3,4,5 1Department of Environmental Studies, University of California, Santa Cruz, California USA.
Hunting for Ebook in Ebook Secondary Forests Hunting for Sustainability in Tropical Secondary Forests PARRY, LUKE; BARLOW, JOS; PERES, CARLOS A. Introduction Overexploitation of hunted mammals and birds is common in tropical regions (Robinson & Bennett ; Milner‐Gulland et al.
), where it is often accompanied by major changes in land .