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eBook Farming and Birds in Europe: The Common Agricultural Policy and its Implications for Bird Conservation ePub

by Deborah J. Pain,Michael W. Pienkowski

  • ISBN: 0125442807
  • Category: Biological Sciences
  • Subcategory: Math Science
  • Author: Deborah J. Pain,Michael W. Pienkowski
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Academic Press (November 5, 1996)
  • Pages: 436
  • ePub book: 1784 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1589 kb
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  • Rating: 4.3
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Start by marking Farming And Birds In Europe: The Common . Potential changes in the Common Agricultural Policy are considered in terms of how they have been and can be tailored to benefit birds and wildlife through such initiatives as the new Agri-Environment Regulation.

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Pain, Deborah J. Pienkowski, . Lookup at Google Scholar. Farming and birds in Europe: the common agricultural policy and its implications for bird conservation. Pain, Deborah . Deborah J. Pain and James Dixon - Europe's changing farmed landscapes, Clive Potter - The evolution of the Common Agricultural Policy and the incorporation of environmental considerations, Nigel Robson - Priorities for bird conservation in Europe: the importance of the farmed landscape, Graham Tucker -Extensive grazing and raptors in Spain, Jose A. Donazar, et al.

Introduction to farming and birds in Europe, . Pain, J. Dixon; Europe's changing farmed landscapes, C. Potter; the evolution of Common Agricultural Policy and the incorporation of the environmental considerations, N. Robson; priorities for bird conservation in Europe - the importance of the farmed landscape, G. Tucker; extensive grazing and raptors in Spain, . Tella, C. Campian; cereal farming, pesticides and grey partidges, D. Potts; the Spanish Dehesas - a diversity in land-use and wildlife, M. Diaz, P. Campos, .

In: Pain DJ, Pienkowski MW (eds) Farming and birds in Europe: the common agricultural policy and its implications for bird conservation. Academic Press, London, pp 236–268Google Scholar. Lubbe SK, de Snoo GR (2007) Effect of dairy farm management on Swallow Hirundo rustica abundance in The Netherlands.

Debbie Pain, Mike W. Pienkowski. Farming is the single largest land-use in Europe

Debbie Pain, Mike W. Farming is the single largest land-use in Europe. However, until relatively recently, the conservation importance of farmlands went unrecognized. Furthermore, much of the special value of farmlands has been lost or degraded as a result of unprecedented rate of development of new and aggressive land management techniques.

The Common Agricultural Policy and Its Implications for Bird Conservation. by Michael W. There's no description for this book yet. Published January 1997 by Academic Press.

Birds and pastoral agriculture in Europe. Birds and Farming in Europe: The Common Agricultural Policy and Its Implications for Bird Conservation Deborah J. Pain Michael W. Proceedings of the second European forum on birds and pastoralism, Isle of Man, 26–30 okt. 1990. Scottish Chough Study Group, Argyll and Joint Nature Conservation Committee, Peterborough.

In this unique book an international cast of authors highlight all aspects of the problems associated with farming and bird conservation

In this unique book an international cast of authors highlight all aspects of the problems associated with farming and bird conservation. Discussion ranges from the socio-political pressures on farm policy to the effects of management on a variety of bird species throughout the more and less developed parts of the European Union.

for bird conservation. Published by Academic Press, 1997

for bird conservation. Published by Academic Press, 1997. The third-placed Birds of the West Indies received criticism for its profligate use of space, with whole plates devoted to a single bird, and a facing blank page (apart from the caption), regarded as a luxury in what would be used by many as. Best bird book of the year 1999. a field guide, but there was praise for the emphasis given to conservation aspects. This is a splendid new guide to the birds of a fascinating, dispersed archipelago.

Farming and Birds in Europe: The Common Agricultural Policy and Its Implications for Bird Conservation. Birds and pastoral agriculture in Europe. Proceedings of the second European forum on birds and pastoralism Isle of Man 26-30 okt. Academic Press London. amp; Mustoe S. (2000): Bird census techniques. Scottish Chough Study Group Argyll and Joint Nature Conservation Committee Peterborough. Kleijn D. & van Zuijlen . 2004): The conservation effects of meadow bird agreements on farmland in Zeeland The Netherlands in the period 1989-1995. Biological Conservation 117: 443-451.

In this unique book an international cast of authors highlight all aspects of the problems associated with farming and bird conservation. Discussion ranges from the socio-political pressures on farm policy to the effects of management on a variety of bird species throughout the more and less developed parts of the European Union. Potential changes in the Common Agricultural Policy are considered in terms of how they have been and can be tailored to benefit birds and wildlife through such initiatives as the new Agri-Environment Regulation. Farming and Birds in Europe addresses the need for policy efforts to focus on both the concerns of conservation and sensible farm production in a timely manner. An opportunity not to be missed is at hand, and this book provides much of the importance in seeing that a sensible conclusion is reached, both for the needs of the farmer and consumer and for the birds and wildlife of the European countryside. Key Features* Provides a detailed, up-to-date account of n Common Agricultural Policy and Bird Conservation* Important resource for aid in developing land use policy* Includes an integrated approach to policy making