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Animals in Primary Succession: The Role of Fauna in Reclaimed Land

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Edited By: JD Majer

512 pages, 16 b/w photos, 62 tables, line diagrams

Cambridge University Press

Hardback | Sep 1989 | #4836 | ISBN: 0521334004
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About this book

With the increase in reclamation and restoration of land disturbed by man to its original natural state, much importance has been placed on the influence of the fauna in the success of the reclamation. This book presents a series of case studies plus a review of current literature on the subject.


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