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by T. O'Riordan,Timothy O'Riordan,R. Kerry Turner
Author: T. O'Riordan,Timothy O'Riordan,R. Kerry Turner
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons Ltd (November 30, 1983)
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PDF On Jul 1, 1984, Tim Bayliss-Smith and others published Progress in Resource Management and Environmental Planning, Volume . In this book, first published in 1990, Judith Rees considers the spatial distribution of resource availability, development and consumption, and the distribution of resource-generated wealth and welfare. Showing that there are no simple answers, she analyses the complex interactions between economic forces, administrative structures and political institutions essential reading for upper-level students in geography, environmental planning, economics and resource management.
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Published November 30, 1983 by John Wiley and Sons Ltd.
Resources and environmental management: some fundamental concepts and definitions. In: O'Riordan, T. and Turner, . Environmental management implications of intensive forestry practices in an indigenous forest ecosystem: a case study from south-western Australia. eds),Progress in Resource Management and Environmental Planning, Vo., pp. 117–151. Resource development and environmental stress: environmental impact assessment and beyond in Australia and Canada.
Timothy and Jonathan O'Riordan on Future Earth. Progress in Resource Management and Environmental Planning. O'Riordan, . Turner, R. (ed. Predicting a Billboard Music Hit with Shazam Data - Cait O'Riordan. Environmental Sciences - Animation (UEA). His work on European environmental policy and risk management is summarised in several volumes.
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