By: William A Calder
352 pages, Figs
This book discusses the natural-historical relevance of documenting body size in relation to the conservation of biological diversity. It considers quantitative data and makes predictions for a host of biological functions and dimensions. The text covers the biological consequences of body size, how body mass correlates with extinction, animal metabolism and environmental challenges, and much more.
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