Protected Area (1)
An area is a particular part of the
world having a characteristic appearance or look that depends on [non] human
actions (18). There are in the world [un] [mere] protected areas, almost [scarcely]
protected areas,more [less] protected areas, better [worse] protected areas with
different possible states of [mis][under][top] management. [Un] Protecting is
related to keeping [un] safe against injure, damage, loss or other unpleasant
effects and/or events. [Un] protected areas arise in order to reduce [increase]
uncertainty (35). In [un] protected areas human action consists in seeing,
thinking and acting with [in] competence and [un] accountability (36).
Sometimes uncertainty originates in information deficiency that is characterized by incompleteness, imprecision, fragmentariness, partial unreliability, vagueness and contradiction, and it is called uncertainty-based information (24).
18 R. T. FORMAN & M GODRON. 1986. Landscape Ecology. New York, Wiley.
24 G. J. KLIR & BO YUAN. 1995. Fuzzy Sets and Fuzzy Logic. Prentice Hall, New Jersey.
35 T. STAPLE. 1995. Climate Change and Recreation in Nahanni Natural Park Reserve. In (a): 304-308.
36 G. MORGAN. 1998. Images of Organization. Berrett-Kochler-Sage, San Francisco(USA).