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  • Author:
    Philip Dearden,Rick Collins
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    Oxford University Press, Canada; 3rd Revised edition edition (October 2, 2008)
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Philip Dearden is Professor of Geography at the University of Victoria. He is a member of the World Commission on Protected Areas of IUCN and has been active in the planning and management of protected areas in many different countries, especially in Asia.

Philip Dearden is Professor of Geography at the University of Victoria.

The legislation governing protected areas in Ontario, Canada, had not been significantly revised in more than half . This paper discusses recent legislative changes that guide the planning and management of protected areas in Ontario, Canada.

The legislation governing protected areas in Ontario, Canada, had not been significantly revised in more than half a century – since its introduction in 1954. During this time, the number of protected areas under the jurisdiction of the Government of Ontario increased from eight to 631 sites, now covering approximately 94,000 km2 or 9% of the province.

The purpose of this paper is to discuss . The Greater Vancouver area of Canada has a long history of regional planning and governance going back to the 1940s.

In book: Parks and protected areas in Canada: Planning and management. Cite this publication. Vancouver Island University. University of Victoria. The purpose of this paper is to discuss . water resources planning and management practice and policy over the last several decades and to predict its evolution over the next twenty years.

This collection provides a timely look at park management and planning in Canada by bringing together scholars from the fields of geography and recreation studies as well as officials in Canada's public service and non-governmental organizations.

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Canadian Journal of Political Science/Revue canadienne de science politique. Volume 27 Issue 2. Parks and. Canadian Journal of Political Science/Revue canadienne de science politique. Parks and Protected Areas in Canada: Planning and ManagementPhilip Dearden and Rick Rollins, eds. Toronto: Oxford University Press, 1993, pp. xiv, 336. Michael Doherty (a1).

496 pages, Figs, tabs. Publisher: Oxford University Press. This collection provides a timely look at park management and planning in Canada by bringing together scholars from the fields of geography and recreation studies as well as officials in Canada's public service and non-governmental organizations. Protected Areas Theory; 7. Visitor Planning and Management; 8. The Role of Interpretation; PART 4: PUTTING IT TOGETHER; 9. Managing the National Parks; 10. Banff Bow Valley; 11. Northern Protected Areas and Parks; 12. Park Tourism and Ecotourism; 13.

Divided into sections dealing with theoretical approaches and their application, case studies, and the larger themes in park management and planning such as the role of Aboriginal peoples in policy development, this volume provides a comprehensive overview of contemporary issues related to park and protected space management in Canada.

Parks and Protected Areas. Dearden, Phillip and Rick Rollins. Instructor: Philip Dearden Class Time: M, Th 1000 – 1130 Location: Office Hours: M, Th 3-. 0 Office: David Turpin Building B356 Phone: 250 721 7335 E-Mail: pdeardence. Parks and Protected Areas in Canada: Planning and Management.

Dearden, . M. Bennett, J. Johnston, Trends in Global Protected Area Governance 1992-2002. Governance Principles for Protected Areas in the 21st century. Institute On Governance in collaboration with Parks Canada and Canadian International Development Agency, Ottawa. In: Environmental Management, Volume 36, July 2005, pp 89–100. Phillips, . Turning ideas on their head – the new paradigm for protected areas, pages 1-28 in Jaireth, H. and D. Smyth, Innovative Governance, Ane Books, Delhi, 2003.

This collection provides a timely look at park management and planning in Canada by bringing together scholars from the fields of geography and recreation studies as well as officials in Canada's public service and non-governmental organizations. Divided into sections dealing with theoretical approaches and their applications, case studies, and the larger themes in park management and planning, such as the role of Aboriginal peoples in policy development, this volume provides a comprehensive overview of contemporary issues related to park and protected space management in Canada.