2 edition of Canadian national parks: today and tomorrow found in the catalog.
Canadian national parks: today and tomorrow
Conference on the Canadian National Parks: Today and Tomorrow (1968 Calgary)
|Statement||edited by J.G. Nelson and R.C. Scace. Vol.1, Introduction - Other alternatives.|
|Series||Studies in land use history and landscape change -- No.3|
|Contributions||Nelson, J. G. 1932-, Scace, R. C., National and Provincial Parks Association of Canada., University of Calgary.|
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[James Gordon Nelson; University of Waterloo. Faculty of Environmental Studies.; National and Provincial Parks Association of Canada.;].
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[J G Nelson; University of Waterloo. Faculty of Environmental Studies.;]. The Canadian National Parks: today and tomorrow. Conference II: ten years laterCited by: 3. The Canadian National Parks: today and tomorrow. Complete Title: The Canadian National Parks: today and tomorrow The Canadian National Parks, Calgary, CA, October Imprint: The Canadian National Parks: today and tomorrow.
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Author(s): Organization(s): Canada, National and Provincial Parks Association of Canada; Publication Year: Non IUCN Publication. Banff: a cultural historical study of land use and management in a national park community to CA - Banff.
Non IUCN Publication. Banff-Bow valley: at the crossroads, technical report The Canadian National Parks: today and tomorrow. Author(s): Nelson, James Gordon; Scace, R. (Robert C.) National and Historic Parks Branch, Minister of Indian Affairs and Northern Development; Publication Year.
“ The doctrine of usefulness: Natural resource and national parks policy in Canada, – ”. In The Canadian national parks today and tomorrow, Edited by: Nelson, J.G. and Scace, R.C. 94 – the Conference, The Canadian National Parks: Today and Tomorrow (Montreal: Harvest House, ).
Other works in the period surrounding the first Parks for Tomorrow include Sylvia Van Kirk, “The Development of National Park Policy in Canada's Mountain National Parks, ,” unpublished Master's thesis, University. It will also require a shift in the ruling paradigm of protected areas.
The concept of national parks as inviolate havens of untouched Nature, controlled by an all-powerful central government agency, will have to give way to concepts of conservation through careful manipulation to achieve both conservation and local human development objectives. Canadian Architectural Archives monographs: Canadian archival inventory series.
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53 – 65 and in The Canadian National Parks: Today and Tomorrow (Ed. Nelson, J. & (Scace), R. University of Calgary and National and Provincial Parks Association of Canada, Calgary, Alberta: xi + v + pp. Phil Gurski is President and CEO of Borealis Threat and Risk Consulting Ltd.
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Who are the visitors of Grosse Ile today. Tourists. Part of the Canadian National Parks system, Grosse Île was a quarantine station for the Port of Québec from to Cultural and Heritage Tourism in Canada: Opportunities, Principles and Challenges.
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