Series: International Geosphere-Biosphere Programme Book Series Volume: 4
439 pages, 11 col plates, 75 figs, 20 tabs
This summary volume describes current understanding of how the world's vegetation, both natural and managed, is interacting with global environmental change. It describes both the impacts of global change on several key aspects of vegetation and the consequent feedback of these affects to further environmental change.
'Well worth a place in the library.' Bulletin of the British Ecological Society ' ! an excellent book, presenting deep information about the global change and its impact on the terrestrial biosphere in a very integral way ! I can highly recommend it as an example of a modern approach to organisation of international scientific effort in solving global problems ! Everyone, who wants to become acquainted with the current state of knowledge and with new findings concerning problems described above will be highly satisfied.' Acta Physiologiae Plantarum
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