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National coastal ecosystem restoration manual

Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Corvallis, OR : Oregon Sea Grant , Oregon State University, 2002Description: vii,455 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.ISBN: 1881826252.Subject(s): COASTAL ZONE | WETLANDS | CATCHMENTS | RESTORATION | ECOSYSTEMS | RESTORATION ECOLOGY | BEST PRACTICES | COMMUNICATION | POLLUTION | URBAN AREAS | BIOLOGICAL INVASIONS | BIOSECURITY | ESTUARIESHoldings: GRETA POINT: 556.51 NAT
Contents:
Part One:Communication 1.Creating Successful Partnerships 2.Choosing Your Group gass Structure,Mission,and Goals 3.Effective Meetings Management 4.Decision Making 5.Communication Skills 6.Common Stumbling Blocks and How to Deal with Them - Part Two:Watershed Ecosystems 7.Watershed Planning 8.Watershed Science 9.Assessments and Monitoring Decisions 10.Upland Evaluation and Enhancement 11.Riparian Assessment and Enhancement 12.Stream Ecology,Evaluation,and Enhancement 13.Restoring Wetlands in Your Watershed 14.Restoring Estuaries - Part Three:Best Management Practices Introduction to Best Management Practices 15.Best Management Practices in Agricultural Settings 16.Preventing Nonpoint Source Pollution from Forestry 17.Protecting Watershed Health:Management Practices for Small Acreage Landowners 18.Best Management Practices for Marinas 19.Best Management Practices - Invasive Species Planning 20.Best Management Practices to Protect and Restore Wildlife Habitat and Living Resources 21.Best Management Practices in Urban Settings - Index
Summary: In part one of the book, readers learn to hold effective meetings and hone their decision-making and communication skills. The goal is to create well-functioning local groups that can undertake the difficult task of collaborating long enough to restore damaged habitat. Part two focuses on watershed ecosystems (uplands, wetlands, ripar-ian areas, and estuaries), explaining how each functions and recommending methods of assessment, enhancement, and evaluation. The final section of the book applies best management practices to many different settings: for instance, agriculture, forestry, cities, and marinas.
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Part One:Communication 1.Creating Successful Partnerships 2.Choosing Your Group gass Structure,Mission,and Goals 3.Effective Meetings Management 4.Decision Making 5.Communication Skills 6.Common Stumbling Blocks and How to Deal with Them - Part Two:Watershed Ecosystems 7.Watershed Planning 8.Watershed Science 9.Assessments and Monitoring Decisions 10.Upland Evaluation and Enhancement 11.Riparian Assessment and Enhancement 12.Stream Ecology,Evaluation,and Enhancement 13.Restoring Wetlands in Your Watershed 14.Restoring Estuaries - Part Three:Best Management Practices Introduction to Best Management Practices 15.Best Management Practices in Agricultural Settings 16.Preventing Nonpoint Source Pollution from Forestry 17.Protecting Watershed Health:Management Practices for Small Acreage Landowners 18.Best Management Practices for Marinas 19.Best Management Practices - Invasive Species Planning 20.Best Management Practices to Protect and Restore Wildlife Habitat and Living Resources 21.Best Management Practices in Urban Settings - Index

In part one of the book, readers learn to hold effective meetings and hone their decision-making and communication skills. The goal is to create well-functioning local groups that can undertake the difficult task of collaborating long enough to restore damaged habitat. Part two focuses on watershed ecosystems (uplands, wetlands, ripar-ian areas, and estuaries), explaining how each functions and recommending methods of assessment, enhancement, and evaluation. The final section of the book applies best management practices to many different settings: for instance, agriculture, forestry, cities, and marinas.

GRETA POINT: 556.51 NAT

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