736 pages , John Wiley & Sons , 2009-06-22 Plant ecology is the scientific study of the factors influencing the distribution and abundance of plants. This benchmark text, extremely well received in its first edition, shows how pattern and structure at different levels of plant organization--from ecophysiology through population dynamics to community structure and ecosyst...[Read More]
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304 pages , Routledge , 2010-10-28 The first edition of Public Policies for Environmental Protection contributed significantly to the incorporation of economic analysis in the study of environmental policy. Fully revised to account for changes in the institutional, legal, and regulatory framework of environmental policy, the second edition features updated chapters on th...[Read More]
401 pages , Routledge , 2004 Sustainable development is the new mantra, but what does it mean "on the ground", in how people relate to their physical environment and across landscapes? This book aims to offer fresh insights into sustainable development by looking at it from a range of geographical perspectives. Building on existing theory, it demonstrates geography's uni...[Read More]
313 pages , IOS Press , 1998 Each contributor to this publication was asked to examine how molecular genetic tools have contributed to their specific areas of consideration. To increase the practical utility of the book, a summary of software that is available for the anaylsis of data in molecular ecology is included.