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Vegetation Processes in the Pelagic: A Model for Ecosystem Theory

Series: Excellence in Ecology Volume: 9

By: Colin S Reynolds(Author), Otto Kinne(Editor)

369 pages, 71 b/w illustrations, 10 tables

Ecology Institute

Hardback | Jan 1997 | #50113 | ISBN-13: 9783946729099
Availability: In stock
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About this book

Recipient of the 1994 ECI prize in limnetic ecology. This book reflects Colin Reynolds' unusually wide-ranging research interests – from pelagic in situ processes to unifying ecological concepts; from descriptions of pelagic vegetation to ecosystem dynamics; from assemblage structures and functions to cellular and molecular levels of organization. The heart of the book is the search for answers to the question: What can the pelagic microscopic vegetation teach us about general properties of living systems?


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