Edited By: Alan Cooper and James Power
343 pages, Figs, tabs, maps
Examines the dispersal of organisms within and between habitat patches, and how land uses interact with dispersal processes to determine species distributions. Mainly concerned with understanding the effects and consequences of habitat fragmentation on plant and animal species populations, the spread of pests in agricultural landscapes, and the ecology of species of conservation value.
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