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Record #191146:

National Antarctic programs and their impact on the environment / J. Jabour.

Title: National Antarctic programs and their impact on the environment / J. Jabour.
Author(s): Jabour, J.
Date: 2009.
Publisher: Berlin: Springer
In: Health of Antarctic wildlife : a challenge for science and policy. (2009.),
Abstract: Describes nature and scope of government operations in Antarctica and sub-Antarctic Islands, and growing non-government tourism industry, to provide context for estimating overall size and impression of human footprint, and degree to which human activity might pose risk to health of Antarctic wildlife. Suggests that insufficient information makes meaningful judgement impossible, and that national operators could adopt site-specific guidelines for their stations to include environmental codes of conduct, long-term monitoring programmes, agreed terminology, and fine-scale maps as part of future mandatory Antarctic Treaty measure.
Notes:

In: Health of Antarctic wildlife : a challenge for science and policy / Knowles R. Kerry, Martin J. Riddle, eds.

Keywords: 502 -- Environmental issues.
504.05 -- Environmental damage.
504.064.2 -- Environmental impact assessment.
504.064.36 -- Environmental monitoring.
341.24 -- Treaties, international: Antarctic Treaty System (ATS).
796.51.7 -- Tourism.
H1 -- Zoology: general.
(*7) -- Antarctic regions.
(*78) -- Sub-Antarctic islands.
SPRI record no.: 191146

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