Edited By: Michael E Hochberg, Jean Clobert and Robert Barbault
316 pages, 90 line illus
Presents a unique collection of evolutionary and ecological perspectives in the study of biodiversity. The book traces past landmarks, current questions, and future trends in biodiversity research ranging from the roles of the fossil record and molecular phylogenies in untangling the genesis of diversity, to population, community, and ecosystem-level approaches in understanding patterns of species persistence.
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