Edited By: R Miller
240 pages, Illus
Species mapping performs several key conservation functions as maps which show the distribution patterns of individual species are a vital tool for making informed judgements about conservation status and for identifying gaps in the data. This book addresses the topic and widely applicable issues related to the mapping of species.
'This is an important book on the subject [biodiversity] and a starting point to get an overview of the many different mapping techniques which have emerged recently to deal with a variety of mapping problems applied to conservation and biodiversity issues.' IBIS
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