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Forests and Insect Conservation in Australia (Hardcover, 1st ed. 2018): Tim R. New

Forests and Insect Conservation in Australia (Hardcover, 1st ed. 2018)

Tim R. New

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Losses of forests and their insect inhabitants are a major global conservation concern, spanning tropical and temperate forest regions throughout the world. This broad overview of Australian forest insect conservation draws on studies from many places to demonstrate the diversity and vulnerability of forest insects and how their conservation may be pursued through combinations of increased understanding, forest protection and silvicultural management in both natural and plantation forests. The relatively recent history of severe human disturbance to Australian forests ensures that reasonably natural forest patches remain and serve as `models' for many forest categories. They are also refuges for many forest biota extirpated from the wider landscapes as forests are lost, and merit strenuous protection from further changes, and wider efforts to promote connectivity between otherwise isolated remnant patches. In parallel, the recent attention to improving forest insect conservation in harmony with insect pest management continues to benefit from perspectives generated from better-documented faunas elsewhere. Lessons from the northern hemisphere, in particular, have led to revelations of the ecological importance and vulnerability of many insect taxa in forests, together with clear evidence that `conservation can work' in concert with wider forest uses. A brief outline of the variety of Australian tropical and temperate forests and woodlands, and of the multitude of endemic and, often, highly localised insects that depend on them highlights needs for conservation (both of single focal species and wider forest-dependent radiations and assemblages). The ways in which insects contribute to sustained ecological integrity of these complex ecosystems provide numerous opportunities for practical conservation.

General

Imprint: Springer International Publishing AG
Country of origin: Switzerland
Release date: September 2018
First published: 2018
Authors: Tim R. New
Dimensions: 235 x 155mm (L x W)
Format: Hardcover
Pages: 276
Edition: 1st ed. 2018
ISBN-13: 978-3-319-92221-8
Categories: Books > Science & Mathematics > Biology, life sciences
Books > Earth & environment > The environment
Books > Professional & Technical > Agriculture & farming
Books > Science & Mathematics > Biology, life sciences > Zoology & animal sciences
Books > Earth & environment > The environment > Conservation of the environment
Books > Professional & Technical > Agriculture & farming > Forestry & silviculture: practice & techniques
Books > Science & Mathematics > Biology, life sciences > Zoology & animal sciences > Invertebrates
Books > Earth & environment > The environment > Conservation of the environment > Conservation of wildlife & habitats
Books > Science & Mathematics > Biology, life sciences > Zoology & animal sciences > Invertebrates > Insects (entomology)
Books > Earth & environment > The environment > Conservation of the environment > Conservation of wildlife & habitats > General
LSN: 3-319-92221-1
Barcode: 9783319922218

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