Global Perspectives on River Conservation: Science, Policy, and Practice

By P. J. Boon; B. R. Davies et al. | Go to book overview
CONTENTS
List of contributorsvii
Introduction – River conservation: a global imperativexi
PART I GEOGRAPHICAL OVERVIEW1
1River conservation in the United States and Canada3
 JR. Karr, J.D. Allan and A C. Benke 
2River conservation in Latin America and the Caribbean41
 C. M. Pringle, F.N. Scatena, P. Paaby-Hansen and M. Núñez-Ferrera 
3River conservation in the European Community, including Scandinavia79
 T.M. Iversen, B.L. Madsen and J. Bøgestrand 
4River conservation in central and eastern Europe (incorporating the European parts of the Russian Federation)105
 P.A. Khaiter, A.M. Nikanorov, M.G. Yereschukova, K. Prach, A. Vadineanu, J. Oldfield and G.E. Petts 
5River conservation in North Africa and the Middle East127
 M.J. Wishart, J. Gagneur and H.T. El-Zanfaly 
6River conservation in central and tropical Africa155
 N. Pacini and D. M. Harper 
7River conservation in the countries of the Southern African Development Community (SADC)179
 B.R Davies and M.J. Wishart 
8River conservation in Madagascar205
 J.P. Benstead, M.L.J. Stiassny, P. V. Loiselle, K.J. Riseng and N. Raminosoa 
9River conservation in the Indian sub-continent233
 B. Gopal, with contributions from B. Bose and A.B. Goswami 
10River conservation in central and eastern Asia263
 L. Li, C. Liu and H. Mou 
11River conservation in south-east Asia281
 D. Dudgeon, S. Choowaew and S.-C. Ho 
12River conservation in Australia and New Zealand311
 N.J. Schofield, K.J. Collier, J. Quinn, F. Sheldon and M.C. Thoms

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