2 edition of Habitat compensation case study analysis found in the catalog.
Habitat compensation case study analysis
by Fisheries and Oceans Canada, Great Lakes Laboratory for Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences in Burlington, Ont
Written in English
|Statement||by M. Lange, B. C. Cudmore-Vokey, and C. K. Minns.|
|Series||Canadian manuscript report of fisheries and aquatic sciences -- 2576|
|Contributions||Cudmore-Vokey, B. C., Minns, Charles Kenneth, 1947-, Canada. Dept. of Fisheries and Oceans.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 31 p. :|
|Number of Pages||31|
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Get this from a library. Habitat compensation case study analysis. [M Lange; B C Cudmore-Vokey; Charles Kenneth Minns; Canada. Department of Fisheries and Oceans.]. UN-Habitat works for a better urban future.
Based in over 90 countries, we promote the development of socially and environmentally sustainable cities, towns & communities. UN-Habitat strives for adequate shelter with better living standards for all. This study considers compensation scaled using a non-monetary (ecologic) metric, as in a Habitat Equivalency Analysis (HEA) or a Resource Equivalency Analysis (REA).
Both HEA and REA assume the utility change associated with environmental damage and subsequent restoration is proportional to changes in an ecologic metric (e.g., acres of habitat.
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The location of the proposed compensation habitat site is shown on Figure 1. Objectives The following desk study is an assessment of readily available site information, including topographic, geological and hydrogeological data. The objectives of the desk study are to:File Size: 2MB.
Book Sources; Contact; You are here: Home › Resources › Case Studies. Case Studies. DT | Habitat for Humanity. Case Study PDF. In this chapter, we build on our recent study (Nyhus et al. ) which asked whether compensation programmes really help endangered species in conflict with humans.
We surveyed 23 international experts in large mammal conservation to learn about common pitfalls associated with running a compensation programme and the resources that managers.
In-depth analysis of selected case studies The EU Platform has also carried out an analysis of ten case studies to examine in more detail good practices of cooperation between stakeholders.
The full report (pdf) presents conclusions and recommendations stemming from the examination of each individual case study.
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Size: 1MB. Biodiversity offsets are an increasingly popular yet controversial tool in conservation. Their popularity lies in their potential to meet the objectives of biodiversity conservation and of economic development in tandem; the controversy lies in the need to accept ecological losses in return for uncertain by: This case study examines the community forestry management approach to the forest fires in East Kalimantan, Indonesia.
It explores the current tenure system with the legal and illegal methods of deforestation used annually, encompassing the various stakeholders that are involved, including the government and the indigenous community, and the transition into. An important issue in wildlife habitat management concerns the spatial definition of the habitat area and the corresponding edges or interior areas that are present.
An edge is an area of forest, for example, that is located next to an open field, a road, a clearcut, or a pasture (Figure ).Edges are, therefore, the junction of two different landscape features and can be either. If you have additional files/rubric, you will upload them after placing your order.
For six local case studies on the south coast of the UK, difficulties in meeting the requirements of the EC Habitats Directive within individual case study areas were found. The most significant issues were related to intertidal saltmarsh and mud flat areas, which decline under all the sea-level rise scenarios considered.
Observed habitat values within buffered areas ranged from to depending on buffer size (Table 4) and occurred within higher-ranked habitat than the mean cougar habitat ranking for the study area (). Our cougar habitat model was a significant predictor of the relative probability of cougar occurrence at each buffer distance (Table 4).Cited by: 4.
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In some 31% of urban dwellers in South East Asia, approximately 88 million people, lived in slums as defined by UN-Habitat (UN-Habitat,UN-Habitat, ). The present paper reports on a comparative study conducted between and in urban slums in three South East Asian cities: Bandung in Indonesia, Quezon City in the Cited by: Use 's college courses to earn transferable college credit, study for exams, and improve your grades.
Our self-paced, engaging video. Society may wish to restore resources to offset the harm, or receive compensation if this is not possible, but faces difficult choices among potential compensation projects.
The optimal amount of restoration efforts can be determined by non-market valuation methods, service-to-service, or resource-to-resource approaches such as habitat Cited by:. Endangered Species Act Document Library. Whether you are looking for a specific document pertaining to species listing, sections of the Endangered Species Act, or anything else related to Endangered Species policy, you can find it right here in the ESA document library.At these sites, such as the Magn uson Park case study, where the site's design element mimics step-pool systems using weirs, beaver will augment .A Habitat Conservation Plan (HCP) is a required part of an application for an Incidental Take Permit, a permit issued under the United States Endangered Species Act (ESA) to private entities undertaking projects that might result in the destruction of an endangered or threatened species.
It is a planning document that ensures that the anticipated take of a listed species will be .