Edited By: Jean-Luc E Cartron, Gerardo Ceballos and Richard Stephen Felger
496 pages, 34 halftones, 66 line illus
This book describes the biodiversity and biogeography of northern Mexico, documents the biological importance of regional ecosystems and the impacts of human land use on the conservation status of plants and wildlife. It should become the standard source document for the conservation status of species and ecosystems in this region, which is of unusual biological interest because of its high biodiversity and highly varied landscape and biological zonation.
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