|aConservation of biological resources /|cE.J. Milner-Gulland and Ruth Mace ; with case studies contributed by other authors.
|aMalden, MA :|bBlackwell Science,|c1998.
|axvi, 404 p. :|bill. ;|c25 cm.
|aIncludes bibliographical references (p. 359-388) and index.
|aIntroduction -- The ecological and economic theory of sustainable harvesting -- Harvesting and ecological realities -- Decision-making by users of biological resources -- Practical considerations when applying the theory -- Sustainable use as a conservation tool in the forests of South-East Asia / Kathy MacKinnan -- Will Bigleaf Mahogany be conserved through sustainable use? / R.E. Gullison -- Cosig鋎ina, Nicaragua: a case study in community-based management of wildlife / Vivienne Solis Rivera and Stephen R. Edwards -- Sustainability of the Falkland Islands Loligo squid fishery / Sophie des Clers -- recreational use of coral reefs in the Maldives and Caribbean / Andrew R.G. Price, Callum M. Roberts, and Julia P. Hawkins -- A century of change in the central Luangwa valley of Zambia / Joel Freehling and Stuart A. Marks -- The economics of wildlife conservation policy in Kenya / M. Norton-Griffiths -- Gorilla tourism: a critical look / Thomas M. Butynski and Jan Kalina -- Caribou and muskox harvesting in the Northwest Territories / Anne Gunn -- Hunting of game mammals in the Soviet Union / Leonid M. Baskin.