6 edition of Ecology and economics of the Great Plains found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 197-220) and index.
|Other titles||Ecology & economics of the Great Plains|
|Statement||Daniel S. Licht.|
|Series||Our sustainable future ;, v. 10|
|LC Classifications||QH104.5.G73 L53 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 225 p. :|
|Number of Pages||225|
|LC Control Number||96027203|
Walter Prescott Webb’s The Great Plains takes a topical approach and study of the effect that the Great Plains had on those who attempted to settle it. The thesis of the book is to show how, “the Great Plains have bent and molded Anglo-American life, have destroyed traditions, and have influenced institutions in a most singular manner” (8)/5(20). Grasslands (including rangelands, pasturelands, and haylands) are the principal land resource types in the Great Plains, composing more than 50% of the land surface area. The major use of the region's grasslands is livestock grazing. The beef cattle industry is prominent in the Great Plains, making up more than 50% of the U.S. beef cow inventory.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: 1 online resource (xvii, pages) Contents: Defining and Valuing Ecosystems of the Great Plains History, Environment, and the Future of the Great Plains Ecosystems of the Great Plains: Scales, Kinds, and Distributions Valuing Ecosystems and Biodiversity --Community and Economic . Certainly, for an overview of the history of land use in the Great Plains, this book is well-suited for both economic and social historians. Notes: 1. This general result is consistent with recent work by NASA scientists (see Schubert et al. ()) who stimulated the impact of radical changes in sea surface temperatures on rainfall and wind.
The Drought Conditions Of The Great Plains Region Words | 4 Pages. Prediction of Semipermanent Drought Conditions in the Great Plains Region and the Methods Used to Derive These Predictions Introduction During the ’s, a period of severe dust storms caused great damage to the ecology and agriculture of the Great Plains region in the United States. “This solidly researched, clearly written, and cogently argued study will be of interest to agricultural, labor, economic, diplomatic, and environmental historians This book merits the attention of everyone interested in the history of the North American Great Plains and Mexico.”--Kansas History. Kansas History.
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“Ecology and Economics of the Great Plains is a well worked out proposal for the midsection of the country to restore its biodiversity while simultaneously improving the regional and national economy.”—Deborah Popper, The College of Staten Island (Deborah Popper)Cited by: “Ecology and Economics of the Great Plains is Ecology and economics of the Great Plains book well worked out proposal for the midsection of the country to restore its biodiversity while simultaneously improving the regional and national economy.”—Deborah Popper, The College of Staten Island.
"Working from an impressive, sweeping, and thorough array of facts, Licht builds a bedrock-solid argument for restoration of our country's heartland. America ought to read it, and America ought to do it."-Richard Manning, author of Grassland.
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The ecology of the Great Plains is diverse, largely owing to their great size. Differences in rainfall, elevation, and latitude create a variety of habitats including short grass, mixed grass, and tall-grass prairies, and riparian ecosystems. The Great Plains extend from Mexico in the south through the central United States to central sub-regions exist within the area.
This book provides an excellent review of its several subjects. I admire the breadth of its vision. It argues for restoration of grasslands on a meaningful scale. It is an important book and in many ways it is a good book, but the subject deserves a great book.
Considering its range, actual errors are few. The problems lie in focus, organization, and integration. The fundamental. Great Plains - Great Plains - The people and economy: The Great Plains were sparsely populated until about Spanish colonists from Mexico had begun occupying the southern plains in the 16th century and had brought with them horses and cattle.
The introduction of the horse subsequently gave rise to a flourishing Plains Indian culture. In the midth century. Abstract. The Great Plains economy slowed considerably during the s. Two broad gauges of the region’s economic performance—income growth and employment growth—both fell as the region adjusted to problems in its key economic sectors: agriculture, mining, and manufacturing.
It presents for the first time in a single volume information on the historical, economic, and cultural significance of prairies, their natural history and ecology, threats, and conservation and restoration programs currently underway.
Chapters cover: environmental history of the Great Plains ; the economic value of prairie. Great Plains Research publishes original research and scholarly reviews of important advances in the natural and social sciences with relevance to and special emphases on environmental, economic and social issues in the Great Plains.
It includes reviews of books and reports on symposia and conferences that included sessions on topics pertaining to the Great Plains. Book Reviews Ecology & Economics of the Great Plains. Daniel S. Licht. Lincoln: University ofNebraska Press, v+ pp. Maps, figures, tables, refer ences, index.
$ cloth (ISBN ). This bookprovides an excellentreview ofits several subjects. I admire thebreadthofits vision. argues for restorationofgrasslands on a.
Ecology and Conservation of Great Plains Vertebrates. Editors: Knopf, Fritz L., Samson, Fred (for lack of resources or stamina) spent a century trying to moderate the ecological dynamics of Great Plains prairies by suppressing fires, planting trees and exotic grasses, poisoning rodents, diverting waters, and homogenizing the dynamies of.
About this book. Shallow wetlands, or playas, are key ecosystems in the western Great Plains of North America. Providing irreplaceable habitat for native plants and animals, including migratory birds, they are essential for the maintenance of biotic diversity throughout the region.
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Before the invention of the combine, the binder was an essential harvesting implement that cut grain and bound the stalks in bundles tied with twine that could then be hand-gathered into shocks for threshing. Hundreds of thousands of farmers across the United States and Canada relied on binders and the twine required for the machine's s: 1.
Amitrajeet Batabyal, "Ecology and Economics of the Great Plains by Daniel S. Licht," Agriculture and Human Values, Springer;The Agriculture, Food, & Human. The Dust Bowl was a period of severe dust storms that greatly damaged the ecology and agriculture of the American and Canadian prairies during the s; severe drought and a failure to apply dryland farming methods to prevent the aeolian processes (wind erosion) caused the phenomenon.
The drought came in three waves, and –, but some regions of the High Plains. Global warming, in combination with other stressors such as habitat fragmentation, nutrient enrichment and invasive species, now seems certain to trigger extraordinary changes to the Earths ecosystems in the coming decades.
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– David M. Armstrong, Great Plains Research "The inter-relationships between vegetation, soils, topography, history and other factors are stressed throughout the book, which will surely be a valuable text both in Wyoming and in adjacent states, and which would be excellent reading for any ecologically minded visitor to the state.Ecology and Coal Resource Development, Volume One covers the proceedings of the International Congress for Energy and the Ecosystem, held at the University of North Dakota Grand Forks, North Dakota on JuneThe book focuses on the factors and considerations involved in the interrelation of ecology and coal resource development.What two facts about the ecology of the Great Plains did farmers fail to understand?
[choose 2] generally speaking the Great Plains extend from the _____ River in the south into _____ in the north, and from what is not central Texas and Oklahoma and eastern Kansas in the east to the _____ in the west.
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