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2009, ISBN: 9781444312317

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Community ecology: the study of the patterns and processes involving two or more species - has developed rapidly in the last two decades, driven by new and more sophisticated research techniques, advances in mathematical theory and modeling, and the increasing pressure on the environment wrought by humans. Once a purely descriptive science, it is now one of the most forward-looking areas of. Community ecology: the study of the patterns and processes involving two or more species - has developed rapidly in the last two decades, driven by new and more sophisticated research techniques, advances in mathematical theory and modeling, and the increasing pressure on the environment wrought by humans. Once a purely descriptive science, it is now one of the most forward-looking areas of scientific inquiry. Morin skillfully guides the reader through the main tenets and central concepts of community ecology - competition, predation, food webs, indirect effects, habitat selection, diversity, and succession. In an attempt to introduce the reader to the most balanced coverage possible, Morin includes examples drawn from both the aquatic and terrestrial realm and from both plant and animal species. Balancing theory with experimentation and drawing on exciting new studies to complement the historical foundations of the discipline, he also stresses that both the empirical and theoretical approaches are necessary to drive ecology foward into the new millenium. The final chapter on applied community ecology ably demonstrates how community ecological processes have a wide environmental relevance. Although in its infancy, the application of community ecology to emerging problems in human-dominated ecosystems could mitigate problems as diverse as management strategies for important diseases transmitted by animals and the restoration and reconstruction of viable communities. Required reading for all students and practitioners interested in community phenomena, Community Ecology marks an important contribution to the development of this protean discipline. The first serious textbook for a decade on one of the keystone subdisciplines of ecology. Broad taxonomic and habitat coverage. Section on implications of community ecology for environmental issues. eBooks, Science & Geography~~The Environment~~Applied Ecology, Community Ecology~~EBook~~9781444312317~~Peter J Morin, , Community Ecology, Peter J Morin, 9781444312317, Wiley, 04/13/2009, , , , Wiley

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Community ecology: the study of the patterns and processesinvolving two or more species - has developed rapidly in the lasttwo decades, driven by new and more sophisticated researchtechniques, advances in mathematical theory and modeling, and theincreasing pressure on the environment wrought by humans. Once apurely descriptive science, it is now one of the mostforward-looking areas of. Community ecology: the study of the patterns and processesinvolving two or more species - has developed rapidly in the lasttwo decades, driven by new and more sophisticated researchtechniques, advances in mathematical theory and modeling, and theincreasing pressure on the environment wrought by humans. Once apurely descriptive science, it is now one of the mostforward-looking areas of scientific inquiry. Morin skillfully guides the reader through the main tenets andcentral concepts of community ecology - competition, predation, food webs, indirect effects, habitat selection, diversity, andsuccession. In an attempt to introduce the reader to the most balancedcoverage possible, Morin includes examples drawn from both theaquatic and terrestrial realm and from both plant and animalspecies. Balancing theory with experimentation and drawing onexciting new studies to complement the historical foundations ofthe discipline, he also stresses that both the empirical andtheoretical approaches are necessary to drive ecology foward intothe new millenium. The final chapter on applied community ecology ably demonstrateshow community ecological processes have a wide environmentalrelevance. Although in its infancy, the application of communityecology to emerging problems in human-dominated ecosystems couldmitigate problems as diverse as management strategies for importantdiseases transmitted by animals and the restoration andreconstruction of viable communities. Required reading for all students and practitioners interestedin community phenomena, Community Ecology marks an importantcontribution to the development of this protean discipline. The first serious textbook for a decade on one of the keystonesubdisciplines of ecology. Broad taxonomic and habitat coverage. Section on implications of community ecology for environmentalissues. eBooks, Science & Geography~~The Environment~~Applied Ecology, Community Ecology~~EBook~~9781444312317~~Peter J Morin, , Community Ecology, Peter J Morin, 9781444312317, Wiley, 04/13/2009, , , , Wiley

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Community ecology: the study of the patterns and processesinvolving two or more species - has developed rapidly in the lasttwo decades, driven by new and more sophisticated researchtechniques, advances in mathematical theory and modeling, and theincreasing pressure on the environment wrought by humans. Once apurely descriptive science, it is now one of the mostforward-looking areas of scientific inquiry. Morin skillfully guides the reader through the main tenets andcentral concepts of community ecology - competition, predation,food webs, indirect effects, habitat selection, diversity, andsuccession. In an attempt to introduce the reader to the most balancedcoverage possible, Morin includes examples drawn from both theaquatic and terrestrial realm and from both plant and animalspecies. Balancing theory with experimentation and drawing onexciting new studies to complement the historical foundations ofthe discipline, he also stresses that both the empirical andtheoretical approaches are necessary to drive ecology foward intothe new millenium. The final chapter on applied community ecology ably demonstrateshow community ecological processes have a wide environmentalrelevance. Although in its infancy, the application of communityecology to emerging problems in human-dominated ecosystems couldmitigate problems as diverse as management strategies for importantdiseases transmitted by animals and the restoration andreconstruction of viable communities. Required reading for all students and practitioners interestedin community phenomena, Community Ecology marks an importantcontribution to the development of this protean discipline. * * The first serious textbook for a decade on one of the keystonesubdisciplines of ecology. * Broad taxonomic and habitat coverage. * Section on implications of community ecology for environmentalissues. Community Ecology eBooks > Fremdsprachige eBooks > Englische eBooks > Sach- & Fachthemen > Biologie PDF 13.04.2009 eBook, John Wiley & Sons, .200

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Community ecology: the study of the patterns and processes involving two or more species - has developed rapidly in the last two decades, driven by new and more sophisticated research techniques, advances in mathematical theory and modeling, and the increasing pressure on the environment wrought by humans. Once a purely descriptive science, it is now one of the most forward-looking areas of scientific inquiry. Morin skillfully guides the reader through the main tenets and central concepts of community ecology - competition, predation, food webs, indirect effects, habitat selection, diversity, and succession.In an attempt to introduce the reader to the most balanced coverage possible, Morin includes examples drawn from both the aquatic and terrestrial realm and from both plant and animal species. Balancing theory with experimentation and drawing on exciting new studies to complement the historical foundations of the discipline, he also stresses that both the empirical and theoretical approaches are necessary to drive ecology foward into the new millenium.The final chapter on applied community ecology ably demonstrates how community ecological processes have a wide environmental relevance. Although in its infancy, the application of community ecology to emerging problems in human-dominated ecosystems could mitigate problems as diverse as management strategies for important diseases transmitted by animals and the restoration and reconstruction of viable communities.Required reading for all students and practitioners interested in community phenomena, Community Ecology marks an important contribution to the development of this protean discipline.The first serious textbook for a decade on one of the keystone subdisciplines of ecology.Broad taxonomic and habitat coverage.Section on implications of community ecology for environmental issues.; EPUB \ Frank H. T. Rhodes; Scientific, Technical and Medical > Biology, life sciences > Life sciences: general issues > Ecologi, Wiley

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Community ecology: the study of the patterns and processesinvolving two or more species - has developed rapidly in the lasttwo decades, driven by new and more sophisticated researchtechniques, advances in mathematical theory and modeling, and theincreasing pressure on the environment wrought by humans. Once apurely descriptive science, it is now one of the mostforward-looking areas of scientific inquiry. Morin skillfully guides the reader through the main tenets andcentral concepts of community ecology - competition, predation,food webs, indirect effects, habitat selection, diversity, andsuccession. In an attempt to introduce the reader to the most balancedcoverage possible, Morin includes examples drawn from both theaquatic and terrestrial realm and from both plant and animalspecies. Balancing theory with experimentation and drawing onexciting new studies to complement the historical foundations ofthe discipline, he also stresses that both the empirical andtheoretical approaches are necessary to drive ecology foward intothe new millenium. The final chapter on applied community ecology ably demonstrateshow community ecological processes have a wide environmentalrelevance. Although in its infancy, the application of communityecology to emerging problems in human-dominated ecosystems couldmitigate problems as diverse as management strategies for importantdiseases transmitted by animals and the restoration andreconstruction of viable communities. Required reading for all students and practitioners interestedin community phenomena, Community Ecology marks an importantcontribution to the development of this protean discipline. * * The first serious textbook for a decade on one of the keystonesubdisciplines of ecology. * Broad taxonomic and habitat coverage. * Section on implications of community ecology for environmentalissues. Community Ecology eBook PDF 13.04.2009 eBooks>Fremdsprachige eBooks>Englische eBooks>Sach- & Fachthemen>Biologie, John Wiley & Sons, .200

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9781444312317
ISBN (ISBN-10): 1444312316
Date de parution: 2009
Editeur: Wiley, J
432 Pages
Langue: eng/Englisch

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ISBN/EAN: 1444312316

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