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Winner of the 1996 ECI Prize for terrestrial ecology, the book begins by describing field situations in northern England and short-term reductionist experiments on isolated system parts. It proceeds towards increasingly more complex assemblages, pointing out that short-term, small-scale studies are unlikely to allow useful predictions about global-change effects.
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