480 pages, 65 black & white illustrations
This volume emphasizes that space and spatial features are essential considerations in ecology in terms of both theory and practice. It also discusses the mathematical challenges in advancing the role of space in ecology. Exploring emerging challenges in spatial ecology, the book covers bioeconomics and space, scale and the structure of landscapes in spatial ecology, epidemiology from the perspective of spatial ecology, community structure in space, and the evolutionary aspects of spatial ecology. It also describes the evolution of the species, ranges and phyllogeography, and stochastic approaches to spatial problems.
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