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1001 Motivational Messages and Quotes

1001 Motivational Messages and Quotes for Athletes and Coaches

By Bruce Eamon Brown

A few words can speak volumes. Words coming from the right person at the right moment can go directly to the heart. The quotes in this book represent a collection and culmination of 30 years of attempting to teach young athletes the lessons of life through sport. This unique reference offers 1001 motivational quotes from noted athletes, writers, celebrities, and world leaders. The book features 13 themes (including confidence, discipline, teamwork, and others) with corresponding quotes for each theme. Also includes sport-specific quotes.

A Healthy Learning book

2001 • 202 pages • softcover

ISBN 1585183776

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101 Creative Programs for Children

101 Creative Programs for Children

By Jared Knight

A great collection of programs and activities designed for the development of children’s physical skills, cognitive exploration, social interaction, and character development. Provides programs that will expand a child’s vision of who he or she is, allowing him or her to be a part of a team while being mentored by adult leadership. Offers activities in a variety of areas, including confidence and self-worth, imagination and creativity, careers, nature, healthy habits regarding physical activity, geography and history, water fun, music, dance, and drama, arts and crafts, citizenship, and adult mentoring. Contains over 100 clear photographs and illustrations.

A Healthy Learning book

2007 • 244 pages • softcover

ISBN 9781585180103

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101 Marketing Essentials Every Camp Needs to Know

101 Marketing Essentials Every Camp Needs to Know

By Jodi Rudick

Offers 101 essential and easy-to-understand ideas that will help camps of all types gain extensive marketing insight and confidence. Highlights no- and low-cost methods that can help make a big difference in the way camps communicate with their customers and prospects. Covers marketing basics, the marketing mindset, marketing perspective, marketing plan development, pricing, motivating messages, marketing vehicle choice, on-site marketing, aftermarketing, and more.

A Healthy Learning Book

2007 • 202 pages • softcover

ISBN 9781585180394

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101 Ways to Motivate Athletes

Relatively few athletes have the self-motivation to give maximum effort when they have the belief that only minimum effort is needed. A common lament of many coaches is that their athletes are, in fact, unmotivated, that they don't work hard enough, that they're not willing to sacrifice to achieve success. "Why aren't they motivated?" they complain. "Don't they want to win?" Furthermore, too many coaches expect that the athletes who arrive for that first practice are already motivated because they have decided to give up time after school to participate. Clearly, it is a common mistake to take motivation for granted. Coaches need to understand what motivates athletes to participate in any sport, how athletes stay motivated, and how motivation influences athletic performance. The book offers coaches of all sports proven methods for getting and keeping athletes motivated.

A Healthy Learning book

2006 • softcover

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All Active: 35 Inclusive Physical Activities

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Aquatic Facility Operator Manual, 6th Edition

The comprehensive training manual for AFO certification; reviews organization, safety, risk management, filtration, circulation and control, basic chemistry, and purchasing.
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Arts and Cultural Programming: A Leisure Perspective

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Better Beaches

Comprehensive discussion of beach operations, including design, water quality, safety, and risk management. Beautifully illustrated.
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Childhood Obesity—Treatment and Outreach

Childhood Obesity—Treatment and Outreach

By Julian Varela

Not surprisingly, childhood obesity is a major health issue worldwide. While public and government agencies are strategizing for a solution, viable treatment and prevention programs at the private health/fitness club level may be the solution. Childhood Obesity—Treatment and Outreach discusses appropriate exercise programming efforts for youth and offers ideas for community outreach. Among the topics covered: background, the epidemic, activities, programs, and getting involved. Produced in cooperation with the IDEA Health & Fitness Association.

A Healthy Learning DVD

2008 • 98-minute DVD

ISBN 827008329892

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Coach Sense: Coaching to Make a Difference

Coach Sense: Coaching to Make a Difference

By George Selleck

An easy-to-read and apply resource that will allow coaches to improve their effectiveness as it helps them become the kind of coach who makes a positive, lasting impact on the young athletes they work with. Includes chapters on what makes a successful coach, how to understand, communicate, teach, and motivate athletes, understanding and promoting team dynamics, planning and organizing high-caliber practice sessions, the nuts and bolts of sports management, essentials of exercise science, building a supportive sports community, and much, much more. Large format with 50 clear photographs and illustrations.

A Healthy Learning book

2007 • 158 pages • softcover

ISBN 9781585180097

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Coaching to Change Lives

Coaching to Change Lives, 2nd ed.

By D. Parker & D.W. Rutledge

Details why and how athletic programs should address the development of good, old-fashioned values in the young people they serve. The book features a step-by-step, proven curriculum for teaching such time-tested values as self-discipline, responsibility, accountability, leadership, and loyalty. The curriculum is designed to help young people be better prepared to face the challenges of today’s world.

A Healthy Learning book

2006 • 286 pages • softcover

ISBN 1585189936

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Coaching Youth Tennis, 4th ed.

Coaching Youth Tennis offers you information every coach needs on coaching philosophy, communication, and safety. It also provides you with step-by-step instructions for executing and teaching the basic technical skills and the tactical aspects of singles and doubles tennis. To assist you with your team-management skills, the book includes practical content on coaching matches and developing season and practice plans that promotes tennis as a team sport. A convenient activity finder brings over 30 activities contained in the book into one section and an expanded chapter on rules and equipment presents new youth modifications recently adopted by the USTA. The official handbook of USTA Jr. Team Tennis, Coaching Youth Tennis serves up coaching know-how that's sure to be a winner with you and your players.

A Human Kinetics book

2008 • 192 pages • softcover

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Coaching Youth Track & Field

Coaching Youth Track & Field

American Sport Education Program

Endorsed by USATF and named the official handbook of Hershey's Track & Field Games, Coaching Youth Track & Field offers instruction and skill-related activities for all events contested at Junior Olympic and Hershey's competitions. Plus, an entire section is devoted to principles of coaching-such as coaching philosophy, communication, team management, training, and sport first aid-providing you with the tools you need to jump-start your planning and practices and overcome any hurdle encountered during the season.

A Human Kinetics book

2008 • 232 pages • softcover

ISBN 978-0-7360-6914-4

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Community Benefits and Repositioning

Community Benefits and Repositioning: The Keys to Park and Recreation's Future Viability Parks and recreation facilities don't really cost money - they make money. John Crompton's latest book is the best-selling guide how to identify and quantify 19 community benefits that agencies must show to justify their budgets.
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CPRP Study Guide, 4th Edition

Official Study Guide for the Certified Park and Recreation Professional Examination, 4th ed. Indispensable preparation for the Certified Park and Recreation Professional examination. Includes practice test and bibliography.
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Crompton 3-Book Discount Offer

A kit of three titles by John Crompton relating to repositioning, community benefits, and valuation. Includes: Community Benefits and Repositioning: The Keys to Park and Recreation's Future Viability; Measuring the Economic Impact of Visitors to Sports Tournaments and Special Events; and Proximate Principle: The Impact of Open Space on Property Values.
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Fitness Education for Children: A Team Approach

By Stephen J. Virgilio

Fitness Education for Children gives you all the tools you need to promote healthy, active lifestyles to elementary school-aged children. The book emphasizes the need to make developing healthy lifestyles a team effort by presenting ideas that involve parents, community members, and staff. This practical guide helps you plan and implement a fitness education program by providing 17 learning activities for teaching specific fitness concepts and more than 100 developmental exercises, games, and dance and rhythmic activities.

A Human Kinetics book

1997 • 240 pages • softcover

ISBN 978-0-87322-723-0

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Foundations of Therapeutic Recreation

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Fundamental Counseling Skills

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Handbook of Integrated Pest Management

Handbook of Integrated Pest Management for Turf and Ornamentals

By Anne R. Leslie

This essential reference provides complete coverage of integrated pest management (IPM). With more than 40 recognized experts, the book thoroughly details the rationale and benefits of employing an IPM plan and provides technical information on each aspect from cultural practices to choosing when and how to use chemicals. It also brings together research work on pest problems with information on the practical implementation of the tools. Case studies of successful operations are provided as well.

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1994 • 672 pages • hardcover

ISBN: 9780873713504

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Handbook of Turfgrass Management and Physiology

Filling a long-empty niche by compiling the most complete, up-to-date collection of contributions from internationally known specialists, this is the only single source reference that covers every aspect of turfgrass maintenance & cultivation. This all-inclusive volume begins with an introductory chapter on turf related issues. The second section reveals detailed accounts of turfgrass growth, management, & cultural practices such as carbon metabolism & overseeding. Subsequent sections cover sports turf management & growth regulating factors, as well as breeding, genetics, & biotechnology. The text highlights research in turfgrass pathology & disease including nutritional disorders, rapid blight, & fungal diseases. The book reviews several methods of pest control using herbicides, as well as biological & microbial control agents. The final section looks at future & potential grasses requiring minimal maintenance and management.

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Handbook of Water Sensitive Planning and Design

Handbook of Water Sensitive Planning and Design

Robert L. France, ed.

Design options and planning procedures must be critically examined to ensure that landscapes are created with sensitivity to water quality and management issues as well as overall ecological integrity. Handbook of Water Sensitive Planning and Design presents the history of water as a design and planning element in landscape architecture and describes new interpretations of water management. This text pushes the frontiers of standard water management in new directions, challenging readers into abandoning the comfortable safety of conducting business-as-usual within narrow disciplinary confines, and instead directing views outward to the exciting and incompletely mapped regions of true interdisciplinary water sensitive planning and design.

2002 • 700 pages • hardcover

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Inclusive Physical Activity: A Lifetime of Opportunities

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Introduction to Recreation and Leisure

Introduction to Recreation and Leisure presents a new-millennium view of this diverse and evolving field. This book offers a view not available from any other introductory text in the field. Written by 34 professors and professionals from the United States and Canada, this book presents historical, philosophical, and social aspects of the industry; offers fresh insights to the standard treatment of community parks and recreation departments, youth and nonprofit agencies, and tourism enterprises; describes how recreation provides fun and educational programs for people of all ages; and encompasses a variety of services, including recreational sports, outdoor activities, fitness and wellness, and arts and culture.

A Human Kinetics book

2006 • 440 pages • hardcover

ISBN 978-0-7360-5781-3

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Introduction to Transformational Leadership

Leaders are not born, they are made. In these tough economic times, it is even more critical to ensure the success and future of your agency. NRPA is now offering Introduction to Transformational Leadership, a personalized, interactive leadership experience that will help you and your agency to become more effective leaders at an affordable price. The Transformational leadership program will help you and your agency stay focused on the future. Take the next step; make you and your team more effective leaders today.

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Issues in Recreation and Leisure: Ethical Decision Making

By Donald J. McLean and Daniel G. Yoder

Issues in Recreation and Leisure: Ethical Decision Making guides students though the complex process of resolving real-life recreation dilemmas by presenting activities, techniques, and a field-tested three-step process. This process helps students develop sound approaches to dealing with contemporary issues in leisure and recreation. The book includes thematic chapters that address current major issues in recreation management, therapeutic recreation, outdoor recreation, tourism, and culture so that students can comprehend the range of issues in these diverse areas of recreation. It also provides eight case studies based on current dilemmas from a variety of recreation and leisure settings and learning activities that help students apply leisure philosophy to resolve dilemmas.

A Human Kinetics book

2005 • 288 pages • softcover

ISBN 978-0-7360-4399-1

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Leisure Program Planning and Delivery

By Ruth V. Russell and Lynn M. Jamieson

Leisure Program Planning and Delivery provides a comprehensive three-step plan for successful programming of leisure services and operational management of program systems in recreation and leisure service organizations. Grounded in contemporary professional practice and real-world applications, the book provides a systematic plan for students to learn the essentials of successful recreation programming, with examples of a variety of activities in community, outdoor, sport, cultural arts, and tourism sectors of the field. Throughout the text, the City of Westerville, Ohio, Parks and Recreation Department-a 2001 and 2007 Gold Medal Awardee-serves as a case study. A bound-in CD-ROM contains learning activities and assignments, Web links, and sample forms.

A Human Kinetics book

2008 • 264 pages • Hardcover with CD-ROM

ISBN 978-0-7360-5733-2

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Leisure Programming for Baby Boomers

This comprehensive guide offers the following features:

• An in-depth review of current research to help you understand the values, interests, and needs of the boomer generation.

• Guidance in adopting a "boomer lens" so you can more easily recognize the opportunities in working with this group & create & market programs that appeal to their values.

• The Cochran Baby Boomer Quiz, a tool that can be used not only in assessing the programming preferences of the boomers in your community, but also in testing your staff's knowledge of boomers & preparing them to work more effectively with this group.

• Strategies, guidelines, & ready-to-use ideas for boomer-specific programming in arts & culture, outdoor recreation, education, wellness, & tourism. • Marketing templates & strategies that will attract boomers & keep them coming to your programs.

A Human Kinetics book

2009 • softcover

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Leisure Services Management

Leisure Services Management prepares students for the challenges they'll face as entry-level recreation and leisure managers. They will learn what management is, what the manager's role is, and how their work affects their agency and their customers. They will explore specific management areas, such as marketing, financial management, human resources, employee development, communication, and evaluation. For each chapter, the authors provide experiential learning activities that simulate real on-the-job situations and ask students to assume one of the many roles of a new manager. They'll learn to deal with day-to-day management activities by completing work assignments and projects similar to those they'll assume as managers. These activities will help students develop the competencies they'll need in order to meet the challenges of this evolving field.

A Human Kinetics book

2008 • hardcover

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Management of Park & Recreation Agencies, 3rd Ed. (CD ONLY)

The CD includes The Management of Park and Recreation Agencies electronic publication and Compendium materials.

There is no hard copy of the text included.

 

Management of Park and Recreation Agencies, is sponsored by the Commission on Accreditation for Park and Recreation agencies (CAPRA) in order to share with professionals—now and in the future—the desirable practices of the profession embodied in the Standards for National Accreditation for Park and Recreation Agencies. These standards are used as the guideline for what should be included in the book. Each chapter addresses specific standards needed for accreditation. 

 

The purpose of the book is to help administrators of every area of recreation and parks, including those in for-profit, non-profit, commercial, and public operations. The emphasis is on public recreation and parks, since those are the agencies for which the standards were written. However, each standard can be used by any agency that provides park and recreation facilities, programs, or services. It is geared to managers and what they need to know, not to the program or maintenance supervisors.

 

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Management of Park & Recreation Agencies, 3rd Edition

The book includes a CD of The Management of Park and Recreation Agencies electronic publication and Compendium materials.

 

Management of Park and Recreation Agencies, is sponsored by the Commission on Accreditation for Park and Recreation agencies (CAPRA) in order to share with professionals—now and in the future—the desirable practices of the profession embodied in the Standards for National Accreditation for Park and Recreation Agencies. These standards are used as the guideline for what should be included in the book. Each chapter addresses specific standards needed for accreditation. 

 

The purpose of the book is to help administrators of every area of recreation and parks, including those in for-profit, non-profit, commercial, and public operations. The emphasis is on public recreation and parks, since those are the agencies for which the standards were written. However, each standard can be used by any agency that provides park and recreation facilities, programs, or services. It is geared to managers and what they need to know, not to the program or maintenance supervisors.

 

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Measuring Economic Impact of Visitors

Measuring the Economic Impact of Visitors to Sports Tournaments and Special Events Information on effective economic impact studies, and how to correctly interpret results to stakeholders.
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Organizing Successful Tournaments, 3rd Ed.

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Outdoor Recreation in America, 6th Ed.

By Clayne R. Jensen and Steven P. Guthrie

Outdoor Recreation in America enables readers to understand the value and challenges of preserving and properly using existing resources for present and future generations and provides a balanced perspective between the outdoor recreation interests of individuals and the management of natural resources used for recreational purposes. The book also offers the big-picture view of outdoor recreation, delves into the current issues, describes the roles of the various natural resource managers, discusses the trends that affect outdoor recreation, addresses economic issues and describes funding options, and provides the most comprehensive coverage available in a single text.

A Human Kinetics book

2006 • 284 pgaes • hardcover

ISBN 978-0-7360-4213-0

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Physical Activity Instruction of Older Adults

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Porous Pavements

Written by a renowned expert with 25 years of experience in urban watershed management, Porous Pavements is the first comprehensive "encyclopedia" of porous pavement materials. The book begins with five chapters that lay a foundation for all porous pavement materials and applications, introducing the types of materials and arrangements, their roles in the urban environment, and the principles of pavement structure, hydrology, and rooting space. The following nine chapters outline the costs, maintenance requirements, advantages and disadvantages for different applications, installation methods, sources of standard specifications, and performance levels for each family of porous pavement materials.

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2005 •: 600 pages • hardcover

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Profiles in Leadership

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Proximate Principle

Proximate Principle: The Impact of Open Space on Property Values Provides economical methods to estimate the local impact of parks and water features on property values. Shows the influence of the "proximate principle" on urban park development from the early 1800s.
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Recreation Facility Management

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Sport First Aid, 4th Ed.

By Melinda Flegel

Newly revised and updated to reflect the latest research and best practices put forth by the American Heart Association and the American Safety and Health Institute, Sport First Aid provides coaches with detailed action steps for the care and prevention of more than 110 athletic injuries and illnesses. Also featured are the most recent guidelines for using CPR, the Heimlich maneuver, and AEDs as well as the latest information on controlling bleeding and treating concussions. An expanded section on anabolic steroids assists coaches in recognizing the effects of performance enhancers and in educating their athletes on the dangers of steroid use.

A Human Kinetics book

2008 • 328 pages • softcover

ISBN 978-0-7360-7601-2

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Survival Guide for Coaching Youth Basketball

By Keith Miniscalco and Greg Kot

Survival Guide for Coaching Youth Basketball provides new coaches with the most relevant tools for teaching, coaching, and developing young hoops prodigies at all talent levels. The book covers every vital detail, from team goals and player evaluations to in-game coaching tips. It walks coaches through simple, player-pleasing drills and spells out the key techniques that players need to develop. The proven practice plans reduce coaches' prep time and ensure fun and lively tune-up sessions every practice. And the simple offensive plays and defensive sets all but guarantee confident coaches for the season's first tip-off.

A Human Kinetics book

2009 • 184 pages • softcover

ISBN 978-0-7360-7383-7

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Survival Guide for Coaching Youth Soccer

By Lindsey Blom and Tim Blom

Survival Guide for Coaching Youth Soccer sheds the complex approach taken by many manuals in favor of giving inexperienced coaches the most relevant tools for teaching, coaching, and developing young players. The book hits every vital detail, from establishing team goals to using in-match coaching tips. It walks coaches through 60 simple, player-pleasing drills and spells out the key techniques their players need to develop. The proven practice plans reduce the coaches' prep time and ensure fun and lively tune-up sessions every practice. The book also presents tips on preparing for game day, how not to overcoach, and creating a fun, positive environment.

A Human Kinetics Book

2009 • 256 pages •softcover

ISBN 978-0-7360-7732-3

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The Noble Experiment

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The Young Supervisor's Guide to Communicating Effectively

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The Young Supervisor's Guide to Effective Supervision

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Transformational Leadership

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Transformational Leadership Intensive

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Turfgrass and Landscape Irrigation Water Quality

Turfgrass and Landscape Irrigation Water Quality: Assessment and Management

By R.R. Duncan, R.N. Carrow & M.T. Huck

With the increased use of alternative irrigation water sources on turfgrass and landscape sites, their management is becoming more complex and whole ecosystems-oriented. Yet few turfgrass managers have received formal training in the intricacies of irrigation water. Turfgrass and Landscape Irrigation Water Quality: Assessment and Management provides a comprehensive, science-based review of irrigation water quality. The book examines field problems in a logical manner, provides clear scientific explanations, and offers detailed practical information for resolving each specific problem in an environmentally sustainable manner.

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2008 •: 400 pages • hardcover

ISBN: 9781420081930

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Urban Wildlife Management

Urban Wildlife Management

By C.E. Adams, K.J. Lindsey & S.J. Ash

The first comprehensive text to examine the issues that have led to the need for human-wildlife interface management strategies, Urban Wildlife Management focuses not only on ecological matters, but also incorporates the political, economic, and societal issues. Synthesizing hundreds of journal articles with countless other sources, the book organizes a wealth of material under five subject areas: urban landscapes, urban ecosystems, urban habitats and hazards, sociopolitical issues, and special management considerations. Exploring the changing landscape of wildlife management, the authors offer a historical perspective and take a closer look at current trends and future directions.

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2005 • 328 pages • hardcover

ISBN: 9780849396458

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