By: Robert E Ricklefs and Gary L Miller
822 pages, Col and b/w photos, illus, figs, tabs
A popular textbook, considered amongst the most lively, comprehensive and easy-to-follow introductions of its kind ever published. The new edition takes account of the developments of the last decade, e.g. the importance of scale, the role of disturbance, the potential for restoration and the role of genetics in understanding relationships among organisms.
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