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Systematics, Ecology and the Biodiversity Crisis

Edited By: N Eldredge

220 pages, Bw illus, figs, tabs, maps

Columbia University Press

Hardback | Jul 1992 | #16443 | ISBN: 0231075286
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With the current biodiversity crisis, the question being asked is which species can be saved, if we cannot save all? This important text provides the means for trying to answer this question. Noted systematists, palaeontologists and ecologists explore the relationship between ecology and systematics, as related to the understanding of the origin, maintenance and loss of biological diversity.

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Niles Eldredge is a Curator in the Department of Invertebrates, the American Museum of Natural History, New York. Among his recent books are The Miner's Canary: Unraveling the Mysteries of Extinction and Fossils: The Evolution and Extinction of Species. He has coauthored and edited many books, including Phylogenetic Analysis and Paleontology, Phylogenetic Patterns and the Evolutionary Process, The Myths of Human Evolution, and the Natural History Reader on Evolution, published by Columbia University Press.

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