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Ecological Time Series

Edited By: TM Powell and JH Steele
496 pages, 80 line illus
Publisher: Chapman & Hall
Ecological Time Series
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  • Ecological Time Series ISBN: 9780412052019 Paperback Dec 1994 Not in stock: Usually dispatched within 2-3 weeks
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Explores time series analysis using a wide range of methods from terrestrial, marine and freshwater ecology.


Part I: Analysis and methodology. Can ecological theory cross the land-sea interface? A modern view of applied time series analysis; The great ocean conveyer; Integration of spatial analysis in long-term ecological studies; A general review of dynamical systems; Analysis of long-time series; Part II: Comparisons of scales. Physical and biological scales of variability in lakes, estuaries, and the coastal ocean; Ecological variability at the land-sea interface; Scales of variability in the Central Pacific; Temporal variability in the North Atlantic; Planning long-term vegetation studies at landscape scales; Comparisons of ecological time series; Part III: Processes and principles. The problem of pattern and scale in ecology; Long-term environmental change; Physical dynamics and ecological processes: The North Atlantic model; Long-term trends in an Arctic ecosystem; Epidemiological approaches in ecological modelling; The invisible present; Ecological processes in time series.

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Edited By: TM Powell and JH Steele
496 pages, 80 line illus
Publisher: Chapman & Hall
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