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The Terrestrial Biosphere Environmental Change, Ecosystem Science, Attitudes and Values

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By: Stephen Trudgill
299 pages, Figs, tabs
The Terrestrial Biosphere
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Covers both scientific and sociological aspects of ecosystem management, explaining ecosystem processes, soil development and vegetation responses to climate. Also includes a discussion on the response of soils and vegetation to human impact.

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1. Introduction 2. Ecology for People 3. Are There Any Guiding Principles from Ecological Science? 4. The Conceptual Basis 5. Ecosystems, Society and Environmental Change 6. Concepts of Soil 7. Soils and Environmental Change 8. Wilderness Ecosystems 9. Managed Ecosytems 10. Domesticated Ecosystems 11. Built Ecosystems 12. Conclusions

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By: Stephen Trudgill
299 pages, Figs, tabs
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