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Connecticut Wildlife Biodiversity, Natural History, and Conservation

By: Geoffrey A Hammerson
560 pages, Illus
Connecticut Wildlife
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Provides an exhaustive overview of the ecosystems of Connecticut, its plants and animals, and the ecological links among the state's wildlife and their habitats - from butterflies to red foxes, jellyfish to double-crested cormorants, poison ivy to phytoplankton. It carefully traces Connecticut's daily, seasonal, annual, and long-term cycles, which range from the dynamics of natural communities to patterns of reproduction and behaviour in major groups of organisms. Whether looking at individual species or broad ecosystems, Hammerson' s conservationist perspective shines in Connecticut Wildlife.

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Geoffrey A. Hammerson, Research Zoologist with NatureServe and The Nature Conservancy since 1985, also teaches ecology and natural history at Wesleyan University. He has served as an endangered species consultant with the Connecticut Department of Environmental Protection and is a member of the Haddam Wetlands Commission. He is the author of Amphibians and Reptiles in Colorado (1999) and coauthor of Precious Heritage: The Status of Biodiversity in the United States (2000) and Tidewaters of the Connecticut River (2001).
By: Geoffrey A Hammerson
560 pages, Illus
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