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Academic & Professional Books  Ecology  Population & Community Ecology

Community Ecology

By: R Putman
192 pages, 36 line illus
Publisher: Chapman & Hall
Community Ecology
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This book focuses on a search for pattern in the structure, composition and dynamics of ecological communities, examining the similarities and differences in composition or structure to try and establish what factors may determine or constrain the way communities are organized in space and time.

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Ecological communities - definitions and a search for pattern; population interaction and the structure of communities; food webs and connectance; niche theory, niche packing and community structure; guilds and guild structure; species composition and the assembly of communities; a question of equilibrium; species diversity; stability.

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By: R Putman
192 pages, 36 line illus
Publisher: Chapman & Hall
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A textbook for an advanced undergraduate course, explaining how to analyze the ecology at the level of whole communities. |o Book News |d May 1994
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