Manning emphasizes a framework that will advance adaptive management and engage the public in creating sustainable strategies for our shared resources. Commons Without Tragedy.
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Product details Format Paperback pages Dimensions x x Review quote "This book is a valuable contribution to a literature calling for increased science-based knowledge about the long-term management and sustainability of critical biophysical and social values for parks and other protected areas.
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Manning offers a range of practical, easy-to-understand case studies from applied research and resource management that addresses the question, At what point must managers intervene to prevent unacceptable environmental and social impacts by visitors? Policy makers, field resource managers, planners, researchers, teachers, and students interested in the controversy over park protection and preservation versus use will benefit greatly from this provocative volume. Lime "senior research associate emeritus, Department of Forest Resources, Univ. Forging a strong link between academy and practice is increasingly important given the need for rigorous methodologies to analyze problems, identify management responses, and evaluate their effectiveness.
Manning emphasizes a framework that will advance adaptive management and engage the public in creating sustainable strategies for our shared resources.
Mitchell "Director, Conservation Study Institute, National Park Service " "Over the years, the concept of carrying capacity, so critical to management of parks and protected areas, has been enriched by a host of theoretical and empirical advances. For more than two decades, Manning's work has been at the heart of this progress and has given us the means to understand how values and expectations affect human use of parks and protected areas.