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Global Ecology in Human Perspective

By: CH Southwick
392 pages, B/w photos, figs, tabs
Global Ecology in Human Perspective
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Deals with the ways humans are altering the earth, and how in turn, these changes affect human life.

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1. The Meaning and Scope of Global Ecology; 2. Properties and Components of Planet Earth; 3. The Biosphere; 4. Ecological Principles - Ecosystems; 5. Ecosystem Organization and Function; 6. Energy Flow and Trophic Structure; 7. Ecosystem Homeostasis, Succession and Stability; 8. Our Global Condition: A Clash of Concepts; 9. Global Change and Development; 10. Land Degradation; 11. Desertification; 12. Deforestation; 13. Historical Aspects of Environmental Destruction; 14. Population Ecology; 15. Human Populations; 16. World Food Supplies; 17. Air Pollution; 18. Weather and Climate Change; 19. Water Pollution and Ocean Ecology; 20. The Crisis in Biodiversity; 21. Our Human Conditions: Economics, Demography, and Health; 22. Global Patterns of Health; 23. Competition and Conflict; 24. The Ecology of War; 25. Sustainability; 26. Assessment and Agenda; 27. Prognosis

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By: CH Southwick
392 pages, B/w photos, figs, tabs
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