By: Andrew Dobson
264 pages, Col photos, illus, maps
Beginning with a discussion of the scientific and economic principles relevant to the conservation of biodiversity, the book explores in detail the causes of extinction and the consequences of habitat loss, endangered species management, the conservation of biological communities, and the practical possibilities for sustainable use of the environment.
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