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Edited By: Thomas W Pace
153 pages, b/w photos, b/w illustrations, tables
This book presents current research in the study of biodiversity conservation. Topics discussed include agricultural land-use in forest frontier areas; utilization of bovids in traditional folk medicine and their implications for conservation; conservation and management of the biodiversity in a hotspot; surface stratification of soil nutrients in no till limits nutrient availability; and, forage resources renewal and biodiversity conservation and outcomes of invasive plant-native plant interactions in North American freshwater wetlands.
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