Edited By: RGH Bunce and DC Howard
Published in Association with the Institute of Terrestrial Ecology
Reviews the fundamental, but still little understood processes whereby plant and animal species disperse through space and over time. The mechanisms of dispersal are complex and varied so the book adopts a thematic perspective, reviewing first general principles, then describing surveys of major botanical and zoological groups, primarily, but not exclusively, in agricultural environments. An important ecological text.
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