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Environmental Values related to fish and wildlife landsAuthor(s): David N. Bengston
Source: Human dimensions of natural resource management : emerging issues and practical applications; 2000 February 1-3; St. Paul, MN. BRD-2000-1. St. Paul MN : Cooperative Park Studies Program, University of Minnesota, Department of Forest Resources : 126-132.
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Station: North Central Research Station
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DescriptionTHe purpose of this paper is to provide an overview of key concepts related to environmental values and their importance for public land managers. The following section defines environmental values and discusses their relationship to environmnetal attitudes and beliefs. This is followed by presentation of a broad system for classifying environmental values and understanding the distinct ways in which people value nature. A final section discusses some recommendations for future research related environmnetal values.
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CitationBengston , David N. 2000. Environmental Values related to fish and wildlife lands. Human dimensions of natural resource management : emerging issues and practical applications; 2000 February 1-3; St. Paul, MN. BRD-2000-1. St. Paul MN : Cooperative Park Studies Program, University of Minnesota, Department of Forest Resources : 126-132.
Keywordsenvironmental values, public land managers, nature
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