4 edition of Classification and use of protected natural and cultural areas found in the catalog.
Classification and use of protected natural and cultural areas
Raymond Fredric Dasmann
by International Union for Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources in Morges, Switzerland
Written in English
Bibliography: p. 24.
|Statement||by R. F. Dasmann.|
|Series||IUCN occasional paper ;, no. 4|
|LC Classifications||QH75 .D36|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||24 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||24|
|LC Control Number||76377139|
Development of visitor management strategy is an important tool in maintaining sustainable tourism in Protected Areas as increased recreational use of an area . Natural protected areas in Cambodia () This dataset contains data of eight types of protected areas in Cambodia (national park, wildlife sanctuary, protected landscape, multiple use, natural heritage site, Ramsar site, biosphere reserve and marine national park) with issuing dates starting from to
Cultural Tourism Tourism and Environment Tourism and Natural Protected Areas Tourism as a Tool for Development Tourism as a Challenge WIT Series on Tourism Today Series Editors F.D. Pineda, Complutense University, Spain C.A. Brebbia, Wessex Institute of Technology, UK. Missouri's natural areas represent some of the best — and last — examples of our state's original landscape. Here are places where you can still see the rare plants, animals, and geological features that pre-settlement native Americans knew well or that explorers such as Lewis and Clark observed and recorded.
Protected areas or conservation areas are locations which receive protection because of their recognized natural, ecological or cultural values. There are several kinds of protected areas, which vary by level of protection depending on the enabling laws of each country or the regulations of the international organizations involved. The term "protected area" also includes marine protected areas, the boundaries of which will include some area of ocean, and transboundary protected areas . and management of tourism in protected areas, which takes account of the needs of the environment, local residents, local businesses and visitors. The Charter for protected areas The Charter is a practical management tool that enables protected areas to develop their tourism sustainably whilst working in partnership with all relevant stake-holders.
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Classification and use of protected natural and cultural areas. Morges, Switzerland: International Union for Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors /.
Classification and use of protected natural and cultural areas: a report Complete Title: Classification and use of protected natural and cultural areas: a report.
II National Park: Category II protected areas are large natural or near natural areas set aside to protect large-scale ecological processes, along with the complement of species and ecosystems characteristic of the area, which also provide a foundation for environmentally and culturally compatible, spiritual, scientific, educational, recreational, and visitor opportunities.
9 Category Ib: Wilderness area: protected area managed mainly for wilderness protection – large area of unmodified or slightly modified land and/or sea, retaining its natural characteristics and influence, without permanent or significant habitation, which is protected and managed to preserve its natural condition.
classification, many times the cultural property is simply classified as outdoor and indoor depending upon whether these are located outside in an open area or these are housed in a building where it is much easier to control the surrounding environment. Outdoor cultural property includes all the monuments, sculptures present in open air.
Final report, 13 November Economic and cultural values related to Protected Areas 2 1 Introduction, problem setting and methodological approach Introduction Protected areas – “Land and/or sea especially dedicated to the protection and mainte-nance of biological diversity, and of natural and associated cultural resources, and man.
with the natural environment over time define their essential char-acter. In protected landscapes, the natural environment, biodiversity conservation, and ecosystem integrity have been the primary emphases. In contrast, the emphasis in cultural landscapes has been on human history, continuity of cultural traditions, and social values and File Size: KB.
This study aims to provide a literature review and cartographic analysis of cultural landscapes in Greece’s Natura protected area network. Prominent cultural landscape features in Greece. the use and enjoyment of protected areas by the community; the social, cultural and commercial use of protected areas in a way consistent with the natural, cultural and other values of the areas.
A Master Plan for Queensland's Park System outlines the directions for management of all protected areas in Queensland for the next 20 years. Lebanon has been designating protected areas since the 's.
Responsibility for such designation originally fell under the jurisdiction of Ministry of National Economy. Since that time, this mandate has been reattributed to several parties including the Ministries of Environment, Agriculture, Culture and others. VI Managed Resource Protected Area: Protected area managed mainly for the sustainable use of natural ecosystems.
The IUCN protected area management categories system is based upon the primary objective of management. Table shows how an analysis of management objectives can be used to identify the most appropriate category. protected areas, the growth and diversification of this niche market, and the potential benefits and risks of merging tourism with natural and cultural heritage.
Through the contentanalysis of documents, the case study of planning for sustainable development in the protected area is examined: the sensitivity of development of infrastructure andCited by: 2. The definition of a protected area differs between countries, however the International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN, ), through consultation within IUCN members and IUCN-World Commission on Protected Areas, has developed the definition of “ A clearly defined geographical space, recognised, dedicated and managed, through.
Inthe Committee decided to inscribe the Ohrid Lake on the World Heritage List under natural criteria (iii). Inthis property was extended to include the cultural and historical area, and cultural criteria (i)(iii)(iv) were added.
Extension of the "Australian East Coast Temperate and. Title. Natural regions, subregions and natural history themes of Alberta: a classification for protected areas management / Related Titles. Series: Natural regions report.
; no. ByBook Edition: Updated And Rev. : Economic Values of Protected Areas: Guidelines For Protected Area Managers (Best Practice Protected Area Guidelines) (): IUCN World Commission on Protected Areas: Books.
Forms of Wildlife Management Habitat Restoration and Management Habitat management is a primary tool wildlife biologists use to manage, protect, and enhance wildlife populations. Increased wildlife diversity in an area may be a wildlife management goal.
It is difficult to develop strategies for managing each species separately. Community conservation areas (CCAs) are multiple-use protected areas that protect the environment but also allow for the sustainable use of the natural resources.
The land in CCAs that we manage includes land reserved as national parks (CCA Zone 1), Aboriginal areas (CCA Zone 2) and state conservation areas (CCA Zone 3). Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books.
My library. Values and Benefits of Protected Areas Introduction Protected areas are places where conscious efforts are made to preserve not only wild species, but also the ecosystems in which species live. In parts of the world where most of the landscape has already been transformed by agriculture or industry, protected areas may be the.
measures such as protected areas. There needs to be clear initial understanding of the relationship between local communities and the use of natural resources in the area concerned.
The following are important issues to consider. 1 What actions are currently being taken, and by whom, which are supporting or damaging the environment?File Size: KB.Role of Ecotourism in Sustainable Development might offset pressure from other less sustainable activities that make use of natural and cultural resources.
Eco tourism, natural resources, cultural heritage, rural lifestyle and an Have a low impact upon a protected area’s natural resources and recreation techniques. Involve File Size: 1MB. Science and conservation. This classification should provide guidance regarding a protected area's national or regional ecological, socio-cultural, visitation, economic and public education context and purpose.
Protected natural areas also have cultural significance, because they are important to people for various reasons.