By: E David Ford
564 pages, 60 figs, 30 tabs
Aims to help those undertaking ecological research to develop a critical attitude to approaching a scientific problem and constructing a procedure for assessment, providing a framework for understanding methodological issues which assists with the effective definition and planning of research.
'The author is to be congratulated on a challenging and educational text which should become required reading by scientists.' Paul Adam, Journal of Vegetation Science '... should be owned, read thoroughly, discussed, and consulted frequently by every graduate student and ecological researcher ... should be required reading by anyone planning an ecological research project, or planning to advise one.' Penny S. Reynolds, Ecology '... a clear and readable exposition on the nature of science and research and how one can join the wonderful search for knowledge.' Dan Binkley, Forest Science
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