1 edition of discussion on the scientific aspects of nature conservation in Great Britain found in the catalog.
discussion on the scientific aspects of nature conservation in Great Britain
|Statement||organized by J.E. Smith, A.R. Clapham and D.A. Ratcliffe.|
|Series||Proceedings of the Royal Society of London -- 197(1126), 1977|
|Contributions||Smith, Eric, Sir, 1909-, Clapham, A. R., Ratcliffe, Derek, 1929-|
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Scientific aspects of nature conservation in Great Britain: a Royal Society discussion organized by J.E. Smith, A.R. Clapham, and D.A. Ratcliffe, held on 10 June Nature Conservation: A Review of the Conservation of Wildlife in Britain, by Peter Marren pp, HarperCollins, £ The British are reputed to love wildlife at least as much as the.
The origins of public interest in nature conservation in Britain go back to the early 19th century when Wordsworth wrote about that Lake District that it is a “sort of national property in which every man has a right and interest who has.
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Areas set apart for nature conservation in Britain are broadly categorised according to their cultural purpose, and names are assigned to these in this paper. Nature reserves may be similar to zoos and botanic gardens in aiming to maintain the diversity of species and if so are termed ‘biodiversity reserves’.Cited by: As an interdisciplinary field, the scientific conservation of the cultural heritage represents much more than a related discipline, is a complex system of standards and measures, coherent policies to promote and value through entry in the world heritage circuit, a discipline called the science of conservation .Selection of important areas for wildlife conservation in Great Britain: the Nature Conservancy Council’s approach series of sites, each deserving protected status by some statutory designation.
The National Nature Reserve (NNR) was formerly the main instrument of site safeguard available to the NCC but, sincethe Site of Special Cited by: