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The Species-Area Relationship Theory and Application

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By: Thomas J Matthews(Editor), Kostas A Triantis(Editor), Robert J Whittaker(Editor)
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  • The Species-Area Relationship ISBN: 9781108701877 Paperback Oct 2020 Available for pre-order : Due Oct 2020
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The species-area relationship (SAR) describes a range of related phenomena that are fundamental to the study of biogeography, macroecology and community ecology. While the subject of ongoing debate for a century, surprisingly, no previous book has focused specifically on the SAR. This volume addresses this shortfall by providing a synthesis of the development of SAR typologies and theory, as well as empirical research and application to biodiversity conservation problems. It also includes a compilation of recent advances in SAR research, comprising novel SAR-related theories and findings from the leading authors in the field. The chapters feature specific knowledge relating to terrestrial, marine and freshwater realms, ensuring a comprehensive volume relevant to a wide range of fields, with a mix of review and novel material and with clear recommendations for further research and application

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