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By: RE Grumbine
294 pages, Figs
Using the fate of the endangered grizzly bear in the Pacific Northwest - the `ghost bear' - to explore the causes and effects of species loss and habitat destruction, the author presents a clear introduction to the biodiversity crisis and to the science of conservation biology.
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