522 pages, 114 b/w photos, 105 b/w illustrations, 44 tables
Natural Woodland describes how woodlands grow, die and regenerate in the absence of human influence, and the structures and range of habitats found in natural woods. The underlying theme is that natural woodlands should form a basis for forest management, policies and practices. George Peterken compares the ecology of both North American and European forests, to produce a fascinating account of woodland natural history for all those concerned with woodland management and ecology.
It would be hard to overemphasise the importance of this book to temperate ecologists; no-one concerned with woodland, and few involved with other habitats, can afford to be without it.
- Peter D. Moore, Biologist
"This is an excellent text coming from one of our leading woodland ecologists and deserves to be read by everyone with an interest in woodland ecology."
- British Ecological Society TEG News
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