Detail Book : An Overview of the World s Ramsar Sites written by Scott Frazier, published by which was released on 01 December 1996. Download An Overview of the World s Ramsar Sites Books now! Available in PDF, ePub and Kindle. A concise, well-illustrated publication aimed at professional people with an actual or potential interest in the Ramsar Convention.
Ramsar Wetlands: Values, Assessment, Management addresses the approaches, successes and limitations of the Ramsar Convention in a changing world, how recent approaches to wetland monitoring and management can contribute to improving wetland state, what the future holds for wetlands and their wise use, and what the Ramsar Convention needs toGET BOOK
This is a landmark study of the Holocene evolution and functioning of a suite of seasonal wetland basins in the temperate coastal zone of Western Australia, which were added to the the Ramsar List of Wetlands of International Importance because of their setting, their method of formation and deepening, theirGET BOOK
Internationally, the wetlands of headwater and upland regions provide many valuable environmental services. This book moves towards a more comprehensive inventory of the benefits and costs of headwater wetlands. It evaluates the research that tries to understand the tolerances, exchanges, checks and balances within headwater landscapes and the downstream impactsGET BOOK
Wetlands perform functions that deliver benefits to society, often referred to as ecosystem services. These ecosystem services include water supply, flood regulation, water purification, climate regulation, biodiversity, agriculture (e.g. grazing land), and amenity. A functional approach to wetland assessment enables a holistic view to be taken of the wideGET BOOK
"The Paroo River Wetlands Ramsar site is in North-Western New South Wales in the Paroo River catchment ... in accordance with the Ramsar convention, appropriate management of Ramsar wetlands includes describing and maintaining the ecological character of the wetland and implementing planning processes that promote conservation and wise use."--Summary andGET BOOK
The issue of wetlands protection & the various federal programs that have evolved piecemeal over the years to protect & manage this resource have been subjects of continued debate. Wetlands, once considered worthless, are now recognized for the variety of important functions that they perform, such as providing wildlife habitat, maintaining waterGET BOOK