Distribution and Abundance III. Researcher Profiles at the beginning of each part emphasize the historical development of ecology by highlighting the people who helped build the discipline. Selected figures have new a design feature that highlights key information, interpretations, or questions. Introduction to the Science of Ecology 2. Population Parameters and Demographic Techniques 9.
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Selected topics have been reorganized and condensed in response to feedback from professors and students. Predation and Competition Analyzing Geographic Distributions 5. Writing in clear, jargon-free languagethe author incorporates a strong research base, presenting theory and data in parallel so students can evaluate how well the theory fits reality. Disease and Parasitism He has published three ecology textbooks including Ecology: Behavioral Ecology and Chapter Factors That Limit Distributions I: Books a la Carte for Ecology: In addition to teaching ecology for 40 years, he works extensively on the population of rodents in Northern Canada, the United States, and Australia, trying to understand the mechanisms behind population fluctuations.
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Ecology: The Experimental Analysis of Distribution and Abundance, 6th Edition
We don't recognize your username or password. Reflecting the way ecologists actually practice, the new edition emphasizes the role of experiments in testing ecological ideas and discusses many contemporary and controversial problems related to distribution and abundance. A set of problems and questions after each chapter further motivates thinking.
New to This Edition. The work is protected by local and international copyright laws and is provided solely for the use of instructors in teaching their courses and assessing student learning. Extensive revisions have been made to chapters on conservation biology Chapter 17community organization, and primary production Chapter Population Parameters and Demographic Eoclogy streamlines material from Chapters 9 and 10 of the Fifth Edition, and Chapter 5 and Chapter 6 have also been reorganized to summarize concepts from Chapters 4 to 7 of the Fifth Edition.
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