Management of Nature Reserves of Canada
This book was written by Xuegong Xu et al. and was published by Peking University Press in 2000. The book introduces the functions of Canada’s nature reserves. including ecological, educational, scientific research, economic, cultural and spiritual. It also explains the basic concepts of Canada’s nature reserves management and ten general principles: ecological integrity and commemorative integrity, leadership and services, new protected areas, education and display, relationship between humans and the environment, research and science, appropriate excursions, public participation, collaboration and cooperation, and responsibilities and obligations.