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|Title:||Is managed recreational use compatible with effective habitat and wildlife occurrence in urban open space corridor systems?|
|Keywords:||Corridor development and management|
|Source:||Briffett, C. (2001). Is managed recreational use compatible with effective habitat and wildlife occurrence in urban open space corridor systems?. Landscape Research 26 (2) : 137-163. ScholarBank@NUS Repository. https://doi.org/10.1080/01426390120045427|
|Abstract:||The extent to which urban open space corridors meet recreational, habitat and wildlife needs is highly dependent on the degree to which the interactive effects of these uses are identified and incorporated into planning, design and management decisions. For managers who aim to enhance compatibility between people and wildlife, the challenge is to bridge the gap between established practice and a more multi-functional approach. Ultimately the aim should be to put in place an enlightened and sympathetic management regime that supports indigenous biodiversity maintainable at an acceptable cost and is compatible with providing sufficient access to cater for a wide range of recreational activities. Principles relating to site evaluation and corridor management are discussed in the context of a case study in Singapore.|
|Source Title:||Landscape Research|
|Appears in Collections:||Staff Publications|
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