By: HR Delcourt and PA Delcourt
242 pages, 101 illus
The increasing interest in recent years in vegetation history, long term climatic changes and the development of biotic communities has resulted in a substantial growth in the literature and has provided an incentive for scientists to use paleoecology concepts to clarify contemporary ecological issues. The authors examine the validity of space for time substitution in studies of plant succession, the individualistic nature of species migrations and invasions of pre-existing communities following major environmental change, and the applications of Quaternary ecology to predicting biotic responses to future global climatic change.
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