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The Ecological and Societal Consequences of Biodiversity Loss

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By: Michel Loreau(Editor), Andy Hector(Editor), Forest Isbell(Editor)
384 pages
Publisher: Wiley-ISTE
The Ecological and Societal Consequences of Biodiversity Loss
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The idea that changes in biodiversity can impact how ecosystems function has, over the last quarter-century, gone from being a controversial notion to an accepted part of science and policy. As the field matures, it is high time to review progress, explore the links between this new research area and fundamental ecological concepts, and look ahead to the implementation of this knowledge.

This book is designed to both provide an up-to-date overview of research in the area and to serve as a useful textbook for those studying the relationship between biodiversity and the functioning, stability and services of ecosystems. The Ecological and Societal Consequences of Biodiversity Loss is aimed at a wide audience of upper-undergraduate students, postgraduate students, and academic and research staff.

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Michel Loreau is a theoretical ecologist with broad scientific interests. He is renowned internationally for his work on the relationships between biodiversity, ecosystem functioning, stability and the sustainability of coupled human-nature systems.

Andy Hector is an experimental ecologist with an interest in biodiversity, its loss and the consequences for ecosystem functioning and stability. He works primarily with plants, focusing on grassland and forest ecosystems, and is part of the Sabah Biodiversity Experiment in Malaysian Borneo.

Forest Isbell is an ecologist who studies grasslands, forests and agroecosystems. He investigates how changes in biodiversity are altering ecosystem functioning, stability and services, considering both the costs of biodiversity loss and the benefits of restoring biodiversity.

New
By: Michel Loreau(Editor), Andy Hector(Editor), Forest Isbell(Editor)
384 pages
Publisher: Wiley-ISTE
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