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Ecological Gradient Analyses in a Tropical Landscape

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Series: Ecological Bulletins Volume: 54
By: Grizelle González(Editor), Michael R Willig(Editor), Robert B Waide(Editor)
252 pages, colour photos, colour & b/w illustrations, colour maps, tables
Ecological Gradient Analyses in a Tropical Landscape
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  • Ecological Gradient Analyses in a Tropical Landscape ISBN: 9781118659328 Hardback Nov 2013 Out of Print #206108
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Ecological Gradient Analyses in a Tropical Landscape contains a comprehensive analysis of ecological gradients in the Luquillo Mountains of Puerto Rico. This tropical island setting comprises six ecological life zones and is ideal for studying environmental gradients given dramatic differences in temperature and precipitation that are associated with a rise in elevation from sea level to more than 1000 m over a distance of 10-15 km. Chapters in Ecological Gradient Analyses in a Tropical Landscape cover climatic (e.g., precipitation and energy), abiotic (e.g., nutrients, carbon stores soil characteristics and biogeochemistry), and biotic (e.g., microbes, plants, and animal biodiversity) patterns and responses to gradients.

These original and synthetic research findings should be of considerable interest to all concerned with understanding the importance of environmental gradients in molding the structure and functioning of ecological systems and to those dedicated to managing or conserving complex tropical ecosystems in light of global change.

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Out of Print
Series: Ecological Bulletins Volume: 54
By: Grizelle González(Editor), Michael R Willig(Editor), Robert B Waide(Editor)
252 pages, colour photos, colour & b/w illustrations, colour maps, tables
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