Edited By: T Okuda
628 pages, Figs, tabs, maps
The Pasoh Forest Reserve in Malaysia is one of the most species-rich ecological systems on our planet. This book compiles diverse studies of the ecology and natural history of the Pasoh Forest Reserve and focuses on six areas: Physical settings and environment; Vegetation structure, diversity, and dynamics; Plant population and functional biology; Animal ecology and biodiversity; Plant-animal interactions; and Anthropogenic impacts and forest management.
Part I: Physical Settings and Environment.- Part II: Vegetation Structure, Diversity and Dynamics.- Part III: Plant Population and Fun.- Part IV: Animal Ecology and Biodiversity.- Part V: Plant-Animal Interactions.- Part VI: Anthropogenic Impacts and Forest Management.- References: Ecologidal Studies in Pasoh Forest Reserve (1964-).- Contributors.- Index.
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