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National Parks

Management and Conservation

Edited by Mohd Nazip Suratman

Universiti Teknologi MARA

The rapid fragmentation and habitat change in natural environments have created a need for management and conservation, which will ensure areas are protected from anthropogenic interference. These protected areas are necessary to provide adequate location for biodiversity conservation, environmental monitoring, and scientific research where a complete understanding of the natural process and full protection of ecosystems can be attained. This book highlights various approaches for managing and conserving protected areas in temperate and tropical regions to respond to some pressing global challenges today. It is divided into five main sections, viz., protected area management, fish and wildlife conservation, biodiversity conservation, ecotourism and recreation, and local community participation. The book enhances the understanding of the important roles national parks play in the environment and society.

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National ParksManagement and ConservationEdited by Mohd Nazip Suratman

Published: May 16th 2018

DOI: 10.5772/intechopen.69940

ISBN: 978-1-78923-125-0

Print ISBN: 978-1-78923-124-3

Copyright year: 2018

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2057 Total Chapter Downloads

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1. Introductory Chapter: Conserving Biodiversity in Protected Areas

By Mohd Nazip Suratman

182

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2. Protected Areas and Regional Development: An Austrian Case Study

By Grazia Withalm and Michael Getzner

158

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3. Development Vision of Protected Areas in the Republic of Croatia: National Park “Krka” as a Trend Leader

By Ivan Martinić and Drago Marguš

177

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4. Transboundary Cooperation: The Best Way to Share Common Responsibility for Future

By Zdenka Křenová and Pavel Kindlmann

137

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5. Challenges in the Management of Plitvice Lakes National Park, Republic of Croatia

By Maja Vurnek, Andrijana Brozinčević, Krešimir Čulinović and Anđelko Novosel

196

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6. Establishment of Management Plan by Sighting Reports of Asiatic Black Bears (Ursus thibetanus): A Case Study in Oze National Park, Central Japan

By Yukihiko Hashimoto and Tomohito Anrui

185

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7. Genotoxic Biomarkers in Fishes of the Chapada Das Mesas National Park, Brazil

By Layla Karolyne Dourado Stragliotto, Fernanda Silva da Paz, Dannielle Silva da Paz, Ligia Tchaicka, Raimunda Nonata Fortes Carvalho Neta and Debora Batista Pinheiro Sousa

156

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8. A Centennial Path Towards Sustainability in Spanish National Parks: Biodiversity Conservation and Socioeconomic Development (1918-2018)

By David Rodríguez-Rodríguez and Javier Martínez-Vega

130

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9. Biomass and Carbon Stocks Estimation of Lowland Dipterocarp, Riparian and Hill Dipterocarp Forests in Pahang National Park, Malaysia

By Nor Farika Zani, Mohd Nazip Suratman, Adzmi Yaacob and Nazlin Asari

173

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10. The Roles of Interpretation in the Management of National Parks in South Africa

By Kevin Mearns and Elricke Botha

188

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11. Light Intensity and Soil Compaction as Influenced by Ecotourism Activities in Pahang National Park, Malaysia

By Mohamad Danial Md Sabri, Mohd Nazip Suratman, Abd Rahman Kassim, Nur Hajar Zamah Shari, Shamsul Khamis and Mohd Salleh Daim

187

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12. Policy and Related Issues Pertaining Community Participation in the Management of Protected Area (PA): A Case of Pahang National Park, Malaysia

By Ahmad Naqiyuddin Bakar

188

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