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The Environmental Impact of Burrowing Animals and Animal Burrows

Series: Symposia of the Zoological Society of London Volume: 63

Edited By: PS Meadows and A Meadows

384 pages, 6 b/w photos, 44 figs

Oxford University Press

Hardback | Feb 1992 | #14688 | ISBN: 0198546807
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This interesting volume examines the impact of burrowing animals on the environment, over a wide range of taxa - ants, beetles, wood-borers, nematodes, fish, rabbits, badgers - paying equal attention to terrestrial and aquatic habitats. It is an important subject, as burrowing activities play a vital role in soil fertility, plant abundance and distribution, and soil and sediment stability.

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