285 pages , Oxford University Press, USA , 1998 Islands, being discrete, internally quantifiable, numerous, and varied entities, provide us with natural laboratories for developing theories and models of how evolution works. Work on evolution on islands has a long-established biogeographical pedigree, stretching back to the work of Darwin and Wallace, and generating idea...[Read More]
269 pages , Princeton University Press , 1972 First published in 1972 and now available for the first time in paperback, this book is the summation of the life work of one of the most influential scientists of our time. Of permanent interest in this history and philosophy of science, it is also frequently cited in the current ecological literature and is still up-to-date...[Read More]
244 pages , Routledge , 2015-10-23 Across the globe, political movements opposing privatisation, enclosures, and other spatial controls are coalescing towards the idea of the â€˜commonsâ€™. As a result, struggles over the commons and common life are now coming to the forefront of both political activism and scholarly enquiry. This book advances academic debates ...[Read More]
This group is a continuation of Florida Botany and Florida Botany II. The discussion of the Flora of Florida and posting of photographs is
encouraged....it is not simply a group to identify plants...there are other groups for that...nor is it a group to answer questions as to cultivated plants...there are groups for that also...please keep the content relevant to our natural flora.
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348 pages , OECD Publishing , 2012-10-11 This book examines the economic impacts of government investments in renewable energy on rural areas and how such investment can bring the greatest benefit to those areas.