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Series: British Ecological Society Symposium Volumes Series Volume: 35
Edited By: PJ Edwards, RM May and NR Webb
384 pages, 85 illus
One of the fundamental issues raised when attempting to answer some of the key ecological / environmental issues of today, is whether we can make ecological predictions at a scale appropriate to the problems being addressed. This important text seeks to determine the nature of the processes, and the adequacy of ecological concepts and models; to address the practical problems of working at large scales, and the tools that are available; and finally to consider the social, economic and political issues associated with the application of ecological ideas in decision making and policy.
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