By: Stanley I Dodson
434 pages, 24 col plates, 50 b/w photos, 250 line illus, figs
Introductory textbook which attempts to convey the enthusiams that a practising ecologist has for the field. To relay this, the field is split into six separate concept-based subdisciplines - landscape, physiological, ecosystem, population, community, and behavioural. In each, the key areas of analysis are discussed.
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