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By: Mark A Burgman and David B Lindenmayer
388 pages, Illus, tabs
Provides an introduction to the principles of conservation biology with a focus on the Australian biota, using mostly Australian examples to illustrate key points, and to provide information on some of the quantitative methods and analytical and statistical procedures that are important in detecting and solving conservation problems.
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