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Designing Wildlife Habitats ed. by John Beardsley (review)

Designing Wildlife Habitats ed. by John Beardsley (review) and stochasticity associated with a rapidly changing envi- ronment. Finally, Kongjian Yu and Joshua Ginsberg dedi- Reviews cate their contributions to understanding and integrating landscape designs across spatial and temporal scales. However, the book falls short of its goal in some ways Book Reviews as well, mostly due to the lack of fluidity among the con- tributed chapters (although this is a shortcoming shared Designing Wildlife Habitats by many edited volumes). Beardsley’s introductory chap- John Beardsley (ed). Washington D.C., USA: Harvard ter incites excited anticipation of the cohesiveness of the University Press. $50.00 paperback. ISBN 9780884023852. essays to follow and solidly lays the foundation for how the 304 pages. contributions should complement each other. However, the Designing Wildlife Habitats is a collection of essays by reader comes to the disappointing realization that this is social scientists, landscape architects, and ecologists that not the case only a few pages into Chapter 2. While human were delivered at a symposium held at Dumbarton Oaks perceptions of what is wild, and humankind’s relationship (Washington, D.C.) in 2010. e Th objective of this col - with wild animals, sets an important backdrop for how loquium was to integrate expertise in ecology, landscape we http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Ecological Restoration University of Wisconsin Press

Designing Wildlife Habitats ed. by John Beardsley (review)

Ecological Restoration , Volume 33 (2) – May 14, 2015

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University of Wisconsin Press
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1543-4079

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and stochasticity associated with a rapidly changing envi- ronment. Finally, Kongjian Yu and Joshua Ginsberg dedi- Reviews cate their contributions to understanding and integrating landscape designs across spatial and temporal scales. However, the book falls short of its goal in some ways Book Reviews as well, mostly due to the lack of fluidity among the con- tributed chapters (although this is a shortcoming shared Designing Wildlife Habitats by many edited volumes). Beardsley’s introductory chap- John Beardsley (ed). Washington D.C., USA: Harvard ter incites excited anticipation of the cohesiveness of the University Press. $50.00 paperback. ISBN 9780884023852. essays to follow and solidly lays the foundation for how the 304 pages. contributions should complement each other. However, the Designing Wildlife Habitats is a collection of essays by reader comes to the disappointing realization that this is social scientists, landscape architects, and ecologists that not the case only a few pages into Chapter 2. While human were delivered at a symposium held at Dumbarton Oaks perceptions of what is wild, and humankind’s relationship (Washington, D.C.) in 2010. e Th objective of this col - with wild animals, sets an important backdrop for how loquium was to integrate expertise in ecology, landscape we

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Ecological RestorationUniversity of Wisconsin Press

Published: May 14, 2015

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