Edited By: Robert C Szaro and David Johnston
778 pages, Figs, tabs, maps
Looks beyond the theory of biodiversity to the principles, practices, and policies needed for its conservation. It provides the scientific basis for understanding biodiversity, documents case examples of theory and concepts applied at differing scales, and examines policies that affect its conservation.
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