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Regional ecology of the St. Elias Mountain Parks: A synthesis with management implications

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1999

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Danby, Ryan Kenneth, 1999, Regional ecology of the St. Elias Mountain Parks: A synthesis with management implications: Wilfrid Laurier University (Canada).

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The St. Elias region of North America occupies portions of British Columbia, Alaska, and the Yukon Territory and comprises a network of public lands and protected areas managed by a variety of agencies. This thesis characterizes and analyzes the broadscale, or regional, ecology of these lands and provides an assessment of the implications this has for ecosystem-based management--particularly as it relates to intergovernmental cooperation. A multi-stage, map-based, multidisciplinary process is used to synthesize information on the region's physical, biological, and institutional environments. The fields of conservation biology and landscape ecology provide theoretical foundations for analysis. The ecological synthesis and analysis illustrates [...]

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