The Central and Southern Florida Project Comprehensive Review Study: Restoring the Everglades

Voss, Michael
August 2000
Ecology Law Quarterly;2000, Vol. 27 Issue 3, p751
Academic Journal
Discusses the challenges and advantages that technology and management styles will provide for the ecological restoration of the Florida Everglades. Background on the Everglades ecosystem; Structure and goals of the Central and Southern Florida comprehensive review study of the Everglades; Adaptive management in natural resource management; Conclusion.


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