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A resource-based habitat view for conservation

Roger L. H. Dennis

A resource-based habitat view for conservation

butterflies in the British landscape

by Roger L. H. Dennis

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Published by Wiley-Blackwell in Chichester, West Sussex, UK, Hoboken, NJ .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Butterflies -- Habitat -- Conservation -- Great Britain,
  • Butterflies -- Ecology -- Great Britain,
  • Butterflies -- Monitoring -- Great Britain,
  • Wildlife conservation -- Great Britain

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementRoger L.H. Dennis.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQL555.G7 D464 2010
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23643147M
    ISBN 109781405199452
    LC Control Number2009028752
    OCLC/WorldCa428731297

      Book Review; Published: 28 July R. L. H. Dennis: A resource-based habitat view for conservation: butterflies in the British landscape. Wiley-Blackwell, Oxford, , pp, hardback, Sterling £ (US$ ), ISBN   Ecotourism and western-style conservation projects are harming wildlife, damaging the environment, and displacing and criminalising local people, according to a controversial new book.

    Biography. Roger Dennis has spent 50 years researching butterfly ecology, biogeography and conservation during which he has produced over publications. His previous book, A Resource-Based Habitat View for Conservation, received the British Ecological Society's Book of the Year in A Fellow of the Linnean Society and the Royal Entomological Society, he is currently an . Conservation biology is the management of nature and of Earth's biodiversity with the aim of protecting species, their habitats, and ecosystems from excessive rates of extinction and the erosion of biotic interactions. It is an interdisciplinary subject drawing on natural and social sciences, and the practice of natural resource management.: The conservation ethic is based on the findings.

    View Books from: Sort by: Author's name Date added, starting A RESOURCE-BASED HABITAT VIEW FOR CONSERVATION: Butterflies in the British Landscape by Roger L. H. Dennis: , pages, color photos, color & b/w diagrams, tables, graphs. We adopted a resource-based habitat approach to better understand the distribution and conservation of the Violet Copper butterfly, the focal species of this book. The significance of this organism-centered, behavioural approach of habitat to understand and conserve butterflies, instead of using general vegetation types as surrogates of a.


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Winner of the Marsh Book of the Year Award by the British Ecological Society. In A Resource-Based Habitat View for Conservation Roger Dennis introduces a novel approach to the understanding of habitats based on resources and conditions required by organisms and their access to them, a quantum shift from simplistic and ineffectual notions of habitats as vegetation units or by:   Winner of the Marsh Book of the Year Award by the British Ecological Society.

In A Resource-Based Habitat View for Conservation Roger Dennis introduces a novel approach to the understanding of habitats based on resources and conditions required by organisms and their access to them, a quantum shift from simplistic and ineffectual notions of habitats as vegetation units or biotopes.

About this book. In "A Resource-Based Habitat View for Conservation" Roger Dennis introduces a novel approach to the understanding of habitats based on resources and conditions required by organisms and their access to them, a quantum shift from simplistic and ineffectual notions of habitats as vegetation units or biotopes.

Winner of theMarsh Book of the Year Award by the British Ecological Society. In A Resource-Based Habitat View for Conservation Roger Dennis introduces a novel approach to the understanding of habitats based on resources and conditions required by organisms and their access to them, a quantum shift from simplistic and ineffectual notions of habitats as vegetation units or biotopes.4/5(1).

Description. Winner of the Marsh Book of the Year Award by the British Ecological Society. In A Resource-Based Habitat View for Conservation Roger Dennis introduces a novel approach to the understanding of habitats based on resources and conditions required by organisms and their access to them, a quantum shift from simplistic and ineffectual notions of habitats as vegetation units or.

Winner of the Marsh Book of the Year Award by the British Ecological Society. In A Resource-Based Habitat View for Conservation Roger Dennis introduces a novel approach to the understanding. The book explores principles underlying this new definition of habitat, and the impact of habitat components on populations, species' distributions, geographical ranges and range changes, with a view to conserving resources in landscapes for whole communities.

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Wiley-Blackwell, Chichester. [A densely technical read, but full of insight into the ways in which butterflies interact with their environment.] Fry, R., and Lonsdale, D. Habitat conservation for insects – a neglected green issue. Amateur. New Book Availability: Usually available within 5 day(s) A Resource-based Habitat View for Conservation: Butterflies in the British Landscape by Dennis, R.L.H.

In A Resource-Based Habitat View for Conservation Roger Dennis introduces a novel approach to the understanding of habitats based on resources and conditions required by organisms and their access to them, a quantum shift from simplistic and ineffectual notions of habitats as vegetation units or biotopes.

Get this from a library. A resource-based habitat view for conservation: butterflies in the British landscape. [Roger L H Dennis] -- "In A Resource-Based Habitat View for Conservation Roger Dennis introduces a novel approach to the understanding of habitats based on resources and conditions required by organisms and their access.

Books. Dennis, R.L.H. A resource-based habitat view for conservation – butterflies in the British landscape. Wiley-Blackwell, Chichester. [A densely technical read, but full of insight into the ways in which butterflies interact with their environment.] Fry, R., and Lonsdale, D.

Habitat conservation for insects – a neglected. Landscape Components and Their Influence on Butterfly Habitat Distributions. Influence of Landscape and Landform Elements on Butterfly Habitats and Resources.

Case Examples of the Impact of Landscape Features on Butterfly Resources. Translating Concepts from the Habitat to a Landscape Scale. Landscape‐Scale Studies on Butterflies.

is an Open Access, peer-reviewed journal published by PAGEPress®, Pavia, Italy on behalf of Università degli Studi di Roma "La Sapienza", Italy. All credits and honors to PKP for their OJS. eISSN pISSN X. Roger L. Dennis is the author of A Resource-Based Habitat View for Conservation ( avg rating, 1 rating, 0 reviews, published ), Butterflies An 5/5(1).

Books. Dennis, R.L.H. A resource-based habitat view for conservation – butterflies in the British landscape. Wiley-Blackwell, Chichester. [A densely technical read, but full of insight into the ways in which butterflies interact with their environment.] Fry, R., and Lonsdale, D.

Habitat conservation for insects – a neglected. A Resource Based Habitat View for Conservation: Butterflies in the British Landscape – Dr Roger Dennis. Butterflies in the British Landscape introduces a novel approach to the understanding of habitats based on resources and conditions requires by organisms and their access to them.

Experts on the field have commended Roger Dennis’ work and.Although habitat loss underlies the current biodiversity crisis, it is far from clear what is meant by habitat loss or, for that matter, habitat.

Herein, a distinction is made between the traditional use of the term habitat as a biotope and the functional habitat, arising from the recent resource-based habitat .Wildlife Habitat Conservation presents an up-to-date review of the habitat concept, provides a scientifically rigorous definition, and emphasizes how we must focus on those critical factors contained within what we call habitat.

The result is a habitat concept that .