2 edition of Personal, societal, and ecological values of wilderness found in the catalog.
Personal, societal, and ecological values of wilderness
World Wilderness Congress (6th 1998 Bangalore, India)
by U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station in Fort Collins, CO
Written in English
|Statement||compilers, Alan E. Watson, Gregory H. Aplet, John C. Hendee.|
|Series||Proceedings RMRS -- P-14.|
|Contributions||Watson, Alan E., Aplet, Gregory H., Hendee, John C.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||248 p. :|
|Number of Pages||248|
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Primary approach, publish a book that provides a broad-scale assessment of the multiple social and ecological values of Federal Wilderness • Assessing Wilderness values needed to acknowledge multiple scales -- area, regional and national levels (Landres, ) • Our approach was to addresses the broadest perspective, national and regional. Wilderness Restoration: The Paradox of Public Participation According to The Society for Ecological and hiding it, but the result is unlikely to satisfy either the participatory values or the wilderness values. Moreover, a compromise may diminish public .
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II Author USDA Forest Service - Rocky Mountain Research Station. and changes; understanding and protecting biodiversity; human values and meanings of wilderness; wilderness for personal growth; understanding threats and services related to wilderness resources; the future of wilderness: challenges of planning, management, training, and research; and international cooperation in wilderness by: basis for sustainable development; understanding and protecting biodiversity; human values and meanings of wilderness; wilderness for personal growth; understanding threats and services related to wilderness resources; and the future of wilderness: challenges of planning, management, training.
The Multiple Values of Wilderness by and ecological benefits, with a fair amount of debunking of the myths used by anti-environmentalists and other opponents. For the interested layperson, the most useful essay in the book is Chapter 3, in which legislative expert Doug Scott outlines the history of the Wilderness Act, along with how Cited by: In Chapters 7 through 10 of this book, we examined the social and economic benefits or values from Wilderness.
In this chapter, we attempt to examine the natural ecological values of Wilderness. We define ecological value generally as the level of benefits that the Cited by: 4. Social science in this case refers to non-economic values of wilderness to individuals and communities (and excludes intrinsic values).
Specific objectives are to posit 14 specific social values accrued from the NWPS and create a preliminary taxonomy of by: 4. The preambles of the Antarctic Treaty and the Protocol on Environmental Protection to the Antarctic state that Antarctica is to be managed in the interest of all mankind.
However, key phrases such as ‘interest of all mankind’ and ‘wilderness and aesthetic values’ are subject to interpretation. Get this from a library. Personal, societal, and ecological values of wilderness: sixth World Wilderness Congress proceedings on research, management, and allocation.
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Just as in Volume I, the papers are divided into seven topic areas: protected area systems: challenges, solutions, and changes; understanding and protecting biodiversity; human values and meanings of wilderness; wilderness for personal growth; understanding threats and services related to wilderness resources; the future of wilderness: challenges of planning, management, training, and research; and.
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Justin Farrell spent five years in Teton County, Wyoming, the richest county in the United States, and a community where /5(26). The scientific and ecological values of wilderness por-trayed so eloquently by Leopold 50 years ago seem to have been forgotten by today's land managers.
In the current round of management plans for national forests, the need for wilderness is evaluated on the basis of Rec-reation Visitor Days (RVDs) or a Wilderness Recreation.
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Wilderness legislation is directly tied to values (attributes) of society – these are developed from personal values (historic ties)Wilderness is preserved and managed for the benefits and values it provides ky () “The evolution has blended many political, religious and cultural meanings into deeply felt personal convictions.
Williams, D. Personal and social meanings of wilderness: Co nstructing and contesting place in a global village. In A. Watson & G. "Filled with compelling characters and important parables, The Promise of Wilderness is required reading for environmental historians, but this magnificent book has value well beyond the field.
Turner shows that wilderness was neither a transient nor a trivial issue."―Ryan Edgington, The Journal of American History, Vol. (1) "This rich history has many important lessons for those who Cited by: (b) the only true value of wilderness was its ability to provide national economic growth (c) pristine wilderness should be preserved because "we need beauty as well as bread" (d) national parks violated the principles of environmental justice (e) he should be known for his book, A Sand County Dream.
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