By: Takuya Abe (Editor), Simon A Levin (Editor), Masahiko Higashi (Editor), Edward O Wilson (Introduction By)
294 pages, 75 illustrations, 14 tables
Despite acknowledgment that loss of living diversity is an international biological crisis, the ecological causes and consequences of extinction have not yet been widely addressed. In honor of Edward O. Wilson, winner of the 1993 International Prize for Biology, an international group of distinguished biologists bring ecological, evolutionary, and management perspectives to the issue of biodiversity. The roles of ecosystem processes, community structure and population dynamics are considered in Biodiversity: An Ecological Perspective. The goal, as Wilson writes in his introduction, is "to assemble concepts that unite the disciplines of systematics and ecology, and in so doing to create a sound scientific basis for the future management of biodiversity."
- Introduction (by E. Wilson)
- Ecological Causes of Biodiversity
- Evolutionary Causes of Biodiversity
- Biodiversity and Ecological Complexity
- Biodiversity and Ecological Function
- Management for Biodiversity Conservation
- Conclusion (by S. Levin)
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