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Applied Ecology: Monitoring, Managing, and Conserving  

Anne E. GoodenoughUniversity of GloucestershireClose
Adam G. HartUniversity of GloucestershireClose
Published in Print:13 April 2017 Published Online:31 August 2023
Publisher:Oxford University Press


Applied Ecology shows how an understanding of ecological theory can be used to address the most important issues facing ecologists today. It emphasizes the use of ecological tools and approaches in applied contexts and consists of four parts. Part 1 provides an overview of the subjects covered in this text and introduces applied ecology. Part 2 covers monitoring and looks at ecological surveying, monitoring, and ecological indicators. The next part is about managing and examines ecological impact assessment, remediation ecology, landscape ecology and management, non-native species management, and pest management. The final part is about conserving and includes the principles of conservation, in situ conservation, ex situ conservation, and reintroduction and rewilding.