Edited By: Joel Cracraft and Francesca T Grifo
311 pages, Figs, tabs, maps
Covers the full scope of global biodiversity and its decline, from threatened marine life and extinction of many mammals in the modern era to the implications of biodiversity loss for human health, agricultural productivity and the economy.
[A] generally well-integrated volume that achieves both depth and breadth on the complex subject matter... this book illuminates a vital nexus where attention is urgently needed. -- Nina-Marie Lister Environments
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