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Bioregional planning : an alternative framework for improved biodiversity conservation?
thesisposted on 2008-01-01, 00:00 authored by Renae Marie. Clark
The study investigated the appropriateness of bioregional planning as a preferential framework for better integrating land-use planning and natural resource management and found it may be appropriate in Victoria for improved biodiversity conservation. Main issues impeding wider implementation include poor Government coordination and historic cultural attitudes between the two professions.