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Edited By: Peter Calow
152 pages, no illustrations
The language of ecology has changed greatly over the past decade. This dictionary provides concise, non-technical definitions of over 2,000 ecological terms, covering the complete spectrum or pure and applied ecological research. All entries are drawn from the larger Encyclopedia of Ecology and Environmental Management.
This is a very useful book which will definitely find its way to the shelves of libraries, researchers and students. Folia Geobotanica, volume 37, 2002
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