By: Peter A Henderson
163 pages, B/w photos, illus, figs, tabs
Undergraduate textbook aimed specifically at field techniques within ecology, giving specific worked examples from the main ecosystems studied at this level - seashore, lakes and ponds, field and woodland. A `how-to' guide shows exactly how to carry out each technique and the principles behind each technique are firmly emphasised. Emphasis is also placed on the equipment involved - how to make it and where to buy it.
A valuable manual for field workers in ecology. It is well thought out, identifying common pitfalls facing novice researchers. J Burger, Rutgers, CHOICE, October 2003 "This is an excellent book...There can be few teachers and practically no students who would not benefit from consulting Henderson's book." Journal of Biological Education, Winter 2005
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