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Comparison of natural resource issues on tropical pacific ranges

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Abstract

The natural resources issues on tropical Pacific ranges are compared. If active management plan is in place, FWS may exempt those spp. from critical Habitat Prevention and control or invasive species essential. Wetlands are low-hanging fruit for restoration, but birds present mgmt. challenge. Marine sites may offer less potential for precise mgmt. of natural resources than terrestrial sites such as, lack of knowledge, observational limits, ecosystem complexity, mobile biota. It has been suggested that the tremendus public interest in helping with conservation activities - volunteer opportunities may offset staffing shortfalls.

Additional Publication Details

Publication type:
Conference Paper
Publication Subtype:
Conference Paper
Title:
Comparison of natural resource issues on tropical pacific ranges
ISBN:
1574771442
Year Published:
2004
Language:
English
Larger Work Title:
Proceedings of the First Conference on Sustainable Range Management - 2004
First page:
2027
Last page:
2042
Conference Title:
First Conference on Sustainable Range Management - 2004
Conference Location:
New Orleans, LA
Conference Date:
5 January 2004 through 8 January 2004