By: Graeme Caughley and Anne Gunn
460 pages, Illus, tabs, figs, maps
Describes the theory and methods for the diagnosis and treatment of species extinctions and declines. The authors draw on examples of past extinctions and evaluate previous efforts at diagnosis and recovery with brief case studies. While the emphasis is on the role of ecology in helping endangered species, the impact of humans is explored with discussion of species harvesting and of treaties and legislation.
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