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Title The management of insects in recreation and tourism [electronic resource] / edited by Raynald Harvey Lemelin.
Publication Info. Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2012.
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Description 1 online resource.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Machine generated contents note: List of contributors; 1. Introduction / Raynald Harvey Lemelin; Part I. Human-Insect Encounters: 2. Minding insects: scale, value, world / Adam Dodd; 3. The philosophical and psychological dimensions of insects: tourism, horror and the negative sublime / Jeff Lockwood; 4. Tiger beetles: lessons in natural history, conservation, and the rise of amateur involvement / David Pearson; 5. A is for agriculture, B is for bee, C is for colony-collapse disorder, P is for pollinator parks: an A to Z overview of what insect conservationists can learn from bees / Edward M. Spevak; 6. The entomological and recreational aspects of interacting with Lepidoptera / T.R. New; 7. Dragonflies: their lives, our lives, from ponds to reserves / Michael J. Samways; Part II. Insects and Leisure: 8. Relating to aquatic insects: becoming English fly fishers / Adrian Franklin; 9. An appreciation for the natural world through collecting, owning, and observing insects / Akito Y. Kawahara and Robert M. Pyle; 10. Gardening and landscape modification: butterfly gardens / Jaret Daniels; 11. The role of edible insects in human recreation and tourism / Alan L. Yen, Yupa Hanboonsong and Arnold van Huis; Part III. Insects and Tourism: 12. Butterfly conservatories, butterfly ranches and insectariums: generating income while promoting social and environmental justice / Ko Veltman; 13. Insect festivals: celebrating and fostering human-insect interactions / Glen T. Hvenegaard, Thomas A. Delamere, Raynald Harvey Lemelin, Kathleen Brager and Alaine Auger; 14. Glow-worm tourism in Australia and New Zealand: commodifying and conserving charismatic micro-fauna / C. Michael Hall; Part IV. Conservation Frontiers: 15. May you live in interesting times: technology and entomology / Forrest Mitchell; 16. Citizen science and insect conservation / Kelsey Johansen and Alaine Auger; 17. The institutionalization of insect welfare: the cultural aspects of establishing a new organization dedicated to conserving invertebrates / Matt Shardlow; 18. Insects in education: creating tolerance for some of the world's smallest citizens / C. Ernst, K. Vinke, D. Giberson and C. M. Buddle; 19. Discovering the wilderness in parks and protected areas / Jessica J. Rykken and Brian D. Farrell; 20. Conclusion / Raynald Harvey Lemelin; Index.
Reproduction Electronic reproduction. Perth, W.A. Available via World Wide Web.
Note Description based on print version record.
Subject Insects.
Human-animal relationships.
Wildlife-related recreation.
Added Author Lemelin, Raynald Harvey, editor of compilation.
Ebooks Corporation
Related To Print version: Management of insects in recreation and tourism. Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2012 9781107012882 (DLC) 2012018837
ISBN 9781139776417 (electronic bk.)
113977641X (electronic bk.)
9781139003339 (electronic bk.)
113900333X (electronic bk.)
9781283746366 (MyiLibrary)
1283746360 (MyiLibrary)
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