The field of plant population ecology has advanced considerably in the last...
By: David J Gibson(Author)
344 pages, B/w photos, figs, tabs
Intended to assist senior undergraduates and post-graduate students in designing their own experiments and establishing a research program in plant population ecology. Individual chapters cover facets of experimental design, statistics, experimental variables and treatments, measurements of plants and their environment, spatial pattern analysis, life tables, and modelling. Numerous citations to the current research literature are provided, and four case studies are referred to throughout the book to illustrate the use of methodology.
"A remarkable book! I expect that a whole generation of students will profit immensely from its reading."
- Marcel Rejmanek, University of California, Davis, USA
Part 1: What is plant population ecology?
1: Scope of plant population ecology
Part 2: Planning a study
2: The question and approach
3: Basic considerations in experimental design
4: Elizabeth John: Planning, choosing and using statistics
Part 3: Doing the study
5: Experimental treatments
6: Measuring individual and population parameters
7: Abiotic and biotic measurements of a plant's environment
8: Spatial patterns, life tables and modeling
Appendix: Textbook sources for detailed methods
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