Reflects the profound changes that have taken place in the science of ecology away from the more classical view of ecological processes taking place within homogenous environments, to a recognition that organisms in the real world are clumped into patchy populations - and that this heterogeneity has significant effects on ecological processes.
The examination of the most recent studies including more than one habitat and interactions between habitats, plus the significance of this approach for generalizations to other ecological mechanisms, is the subject of this important book. Mosaic Landscapes and Ecological Processes will help ecologists and conservation biologists to solve real-life problems. - Ethology, Ecology & Evolution; ...I found Mosaics Landscapes a pleasure to read...the entire enterprise comes together splendidly, offering for the first time an appreciation of the 'organism eye-view' of landscape ecology...Mosaic Landscapes offers a 'state of the art' discussion of the ecological theory... - Trends in Ecology and Evolution
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