By Kirsten M. Silvius, Richard E. Bodmer, Jose M. V. Fragoso
This e-book studies flora and fauna administration and conservation in imperative and South the United States. The ebook discusses the threats to biodiversity during this sector together with habitat fragmentation, improvement, ranching, tourism in addition to searching. The booklet comprises contributions from many neighborhood Latin American authors who paintings there day-by-day and are uncovered to the varied and specified concerns that must be taken into consideration whilst conversing approximately conservation in crucial and South the US. (5/1/05)
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Boundaries d. Relationship among use spaces e. Resource use processes f. Regulation and access g. History of sociocultural and environmental processes Relationship between humans and nature a. Entities that make up the universe b. Relationships with the entities c. Clasification of animals d. Strategies for use and management e. Perceptions and values of abundance and scarcity Socialization a. Systems of perception and presentation b. Socialization processes Organization, cohesion, control, and social regulation a.
Rubio-Torgler unpublished data). Of course, their recovery must be linked to hunting bans because these three species are locally threatened. The numbers of collared peccaries and brocket deer will vary in the refuges, given that their abundances already vary over the entire overlap zone: they are more common in the interior than in the coastal zones where they are threatened (H. Rubio-Torgler unpublished data). For the white-lipped peccary, on the other hand, it is unlikely that the refuges will protect several groups, in as much that the species may currently be undergoing local extinction.
The conservationist principle demands a consideration of the environmental conditions, an evaluation of supply and demand of natural resources, biological characteristics of the species, extinction processes, and the environmental carrying capacity. The goal of the conservation element of the strategies is sustainable use of wildlife or at least long-term sustained harvest, attaining the maximum production for human consumption that will not deplete wildlife populations or make them vulnerable to local extinction.
People In Nature: Wildlife Conservation in South and Central America by Kirsten M. Silvius, Richard E. Bodmer, Jose M. V. Fragoso