Ecological Impact Assessment
March 1999, Wiley-Blackwell
Ecological Impact Assessment provides a comprehensive
review of the EcIA process and summarizes the ecological theories
and tools that can be used to understand, explain and evaluate the
ecological consequences of development proposals. It is intended
for the many individuals and companies involved in EIA and EcIA, as
well as other areas of environmental management where impacts on
ecosystems need to be evaluated. It will benefit planners,
regulators, environmental consultants and scientists and will also
provide an invaluable sourcebook and guide for the growing number
of undergraduate students taking courses in applied ecology, EIA
and related topics in environmental science.
- A practical management guide for the increasing numbers of
practitioners of EcIA.
- A rapidly expanding subject driven by the proliferation of environmental legislation worldwide.
Legislative Contexts for Ecological Impact Assessment.
Identifying and Predicting Impacts.
Geographic Information Systems for Ecological Impact Assessment.
Ecological Impact Assessment Design and Analysis.