By: J Luken
260 pages, B/w photos, figures
Plant community management is often carried out without applying what is known about succession - the tendency of plant communities to change through time.
This text outlines a general model of successional management and then applies it to a variety of management techniques, examining their long-term effects on community development. A useful, practical book for those involved in the management of natural resources, and for theoretical ecologists.
...a mine of information on many different habitats and types of organism an so it will be of interest and use to most conservationists... British Ecological Society Bulletin; ...short readable book..up-to-date conceptual framework..may be the best in textbook form since the..book by Miles..provides much practical advice..rarely are managers given such a proper foundation for the practical advice they are given..There is a great deal of wisdom in this little book..Altogether..is a very successful essay at applying ecological theory. TREE
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