By: Charles S Elton
209 pages, 8 b/w photos, 13 figs
Reprint of Elton's classic work that defined the field. In the original, Elton introduced and drew together many principles still central to ecology today, including succession, niche, food webs, and the links between communities and ecosystems, each of which he illustrated with well-chosen examples. Here, ecologists Leibold and Wootton have provided new introductions to each chapter, placing Elton's ideas in historical and scientific context. They trace modern developments in each of the key themes Elton introduced, and provide references to the most current literature.
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