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245 0 0 a| Monitoring for conservation and ecology
c| edited by Barrie Goldsmith
260 _ _ a| London, England
b| Chapman and Hall
c| 1991
300 _ _ a| xiv, 271 p.
b| il., mapas
440 _ 0 a| Conservation biology series
504 _ _ a| Incluye bibliografía e índice
506 _ _ a| Disponible para usuarios de ECOSUR con su clave de acceso
520 1 _ a| Monitoring has become fashionable. Business now talks about monitoring its activities, efficiency, costs and profits. The National Health Service is monitoring general practices and hospitals; it is keen to have more information about efficiency and the duration of stay of patients in different hospitals undergoing different types of treatment. These activities are usually carried out in relation to specific objectives with the aim of making activities more cost effective and competitive. Does the same apply in biology, ecology and nature conservation? Or, are we still enjoying conducting field surveys for the fun of it, at best with rather vague objectives and saying to our colleagues that we do our work because we need to know what is there? This book is an opportunity to consider some of the reasons why monitoring is important, how it differs from survey, how it may be able to answer specific questions and help with site management or problem solving. It will explore some of the taxa that are suitable for recording and how you may actually set about doing it. It is not intended as a catalogue of techniques but we will in each chapter give you sources of material so that with the minimum of effort you will be able to proceed with an efficient, relevant and not too time­ consuming monitoring programme. Some of the points that you need to consider before starting are also set down in the synthesis at the end of the book
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d| 26 de diciembre del 2013
650 _ 4 a| Conservación de la diversidad biológica
650 _ 4 a| Monitoreo
650 _ 4 a| Técnicas de evaluación
650 _ 4 a| Técnica de investigación
650 _ 4 a| Evaluación ecológica (Biología)
650 _ 4 a| Ecología
700 1 _ a| Goldsmith, Barrie
e| ed.
776 0 _ i| Disponible en línea
t| Monitoring for conservation and ecology
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905 _ _ a| Biblioelectrónica
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Monitoring for conservation and ecology / edited by Barrie Goldsmith
Disponible en línea: Monitoring for conservation and ecology.
Goldsmith, Barrie (ed.)
Editor: London, England : Chapman and Hall, 1991
Serie: (Conservation biology series)
Nota: Disponible para usuarios de ECOSUR con su clave de acceso
ISBN: 0412356007
9780412356001
Descripción: xiv, 271 p. : il., mapas
Clasificación: 574.5028/M6
Bibliotecas:
San Cristóbal
Nota: Incluye bibliografía e índice
No. de sistema: 12242
Tipo: Libro
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"Monitoring has become fashionable. Business now talks about monitoring its activities, efficiency, costs and profits. The National Health Service is monitoring general practices and hospitals; it is keen to have more information about efficiency and the duration of stay of patients in different hospitals undergoing different types of treatment. These activities are usually carried out in relation to specific objectives with the aim of making activities more cost effective and competitive. Does the same apply in biology, ecology and nature conservation? Or, are we still enjoying conducting field surveys for the fun of it, at best with rather vague objectives and saying to our colleagues that we do our work because we need to know what is there? This book is an opportunity to consider some of the reasons why monitoring is important, how it differs from survey, how it may be able to answer specific questions and help with site management or problem solving. It will explore some of the taxa that are suitable for recording and how you may actually set about doing it. It is not intended as a catalogue of techniques but we will in each chapter give you sources of material so that with the minimum of effort you will be able to proceed with an efficient, relevant and not too time­ consuming monitoring programme. Some of the points that you need to consider before starting are also set down in the synthesis at the end of the book"

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