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The Western Riverside County Multiple Species Habitat Conservation Planmitigates development effects on 146 plant and animal species byestablishing a 500,000-acre conservation reserve. This monograph examinesland-acquisition strategies and costs, revenue adequacy and potential newfunding sources, the plan's habitat-conservation goals, and whether the planhas streamlined transportation and development permitting processes.
Back and forth interplay between theory and evidence is apparent in the modeling exercises, evaluation studies, and policy design described in this book. Sustainable watershed management requires both a deep understanding of the natural processes in watersheds and of the societal processes which strongly depend on the natural watershed services.