Series: British Ecological Society Symposium Volumes Series Volume: 30
Edited By: PJ Grubb and JB Whittaker
480 pages, 68 illus
Documents how ecology has emerged from being a predominantly descriptive subject to one with a more substantial theoretical framework underpoinned by evidence from experiments. In this advance, improved technology has undoubtedly played a most significant role - few ecologists could operate without a computer to hand and many branches of the subject require very sophisticated instrumentation.
Paperback re-issue, originally pulished by Blackwell in 1989.
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