Quantitative Ecology introduces and discusses the principles of ecology from populations to ecosystems including human populations, disease, exotic organisms, habitat fragmentation, biodiversity and global dynamics. The book also reformulates and unifies ecological equations making them more accessible to the reader and easier to teach.
Lehman, Clarence; Loberg, Shelby; Clark, Adam.
Quantitative Ecology: A New Unified Approach.
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