Restoring nature : perspectives from the social sciences and humanities / edited by Paul H. Gobster and R. Bruce Hull.
|出版者||Washington, D.C. : Island Press|
|大きさ||xiii, 321 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.|
|内容注記||pt. 1. Philosophy and rationale of restoration. Restoration, community, and wilderness William R. Jordan. Another look at restoration technology and artificial nature Eric Katz. Ecological restoration and the culture of nature a pragmatic perspective Andrew Light. Restoring nature in American culture an environmental aesthetic perspective Cheryl Foster -- pt. 2. Conflict over which nature to restore. The language of nature matters we need a more public ecology R. Bruce Hull and David P. Robertson. Constructing nature as constructing science expertise, activist science, and public conflict in the Chicago wilderness Reid M. Helford . Public values, opinions, and emotions in restoration controversies Joanne Vining, Elizabeth Tyler, and Byoung-Suk Kweon. Restoration, the value of participation, and the risks of professionalization Andrew Light -- pt. 3. Making restoration happen process and implementation. Negotiating nature making restoration happen in an urban park context Paul H. Gobster and Susan C. Barro. A people-centered approach to designing and managing restoration projects insights from understanding attachment to urban natural areas Robert L. Ryan. Managing naturalness as a continuum setting limits of acceptable change Mark Brunson -- pt. 4. Making and maintaining restored environments. The restoration experience volunteers' motives, values, and concepts of nature Herbert W. Schroeder. Psychological benefits of volunteering in stewardship programs Rrobert E. Grese, Rachel Kaplan, Robert L. Ryan, and Jane Buxton. Lessons for restoration in the traditions of stewardship sustainable land management in northern New Mexico Carol Raish. Conclusion Which nature? R. Bruce Hull and David P. Robertson.|
|一般注記||Includes bibliographical references and index.|
|著者標目||Gobster, Paul H.
Hull, R. Bruce.
|件 名||Environmental sciences--Philosophy.