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More details. EVOLUTIONARY ECOLOGY ACROSS THREE TROPHIC LEVELS
Goldenrods, Gallmakers, & Natural Enemies
by Warren G. Abrahamson & Arthur E. Weis
1997, 456 pages, 88 b/w illustrations. Presents results of more than 25 years of study in plant-insect interactions. Centers on the ecology and evolution of interactions among a host plant (Solidago), parasitic insect (Eurosta solidaginis [Dip... more details
 
3767A * Abrahamson, Evolutionary Ecology 3 Trophic Levels

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More details. STREAM ECOLOGY
Structure and Function of Running Waters, second edition
by J. David Allan & María M. Castillo
2007, 436 pages, charts, diagrams. This comprehensive text has been extensively revised and updated from the successful first edition. It is accessible to students with only modest backgrounds in ecology and aquatic sciences. A central theme is that... more details
 
3551C Allan, Stream Ecology, 2nd edition

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More details. GREEN PHOENIX
Restoring the Tropical Forests of Guanacaste, Costa Rica
by William Allen
2001, 310 pages, six b/w plates, b/w illustrations, maps. Inspiring environmental success story in which Costa Rican and American scientists volunteers attempted to save tropical forests in northwestern Costa Rica. Despite the widely held belief that... more details
 
9452B Allen, Green Phoenix Restor.Trop.Rainfor, Paperback

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More details. MOLECULAR MARKERS, NATURAL HISTORY AND EVOLUTION
second edition
by John C. Avise
2004, 541 pages, 137 illustrations, tables. Addresses the many applications for genetic markers (from polymorphic proteins and DNA) from perspectives of population biology, behavioral ecology, organismal evolution, and phylogeny. Discusses history of... more details
 
9546C * Avise, Molecular Markers, 2nd edition

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More details. WILD SOLUTIONS
How Biodiversity Is Money in the Bank
by Andrew Beattie & Paul R. Ehrlich
2001, 239 pages, 40 illustrations. Eminent ecologists describe Earth's biological diversity, showing essential role of natural systems in protecting basic lifesupport systems. Discusses species providing ecosystem services that maintain air and wate... more details
 
9411 *Beattie, Wild Solutions

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More details. ECOLOGY OF NORTH AMERICA
by Eric G. Bolen
1998, 448 pages, 150+ b/w photos, illustrations, graphs, maps. Non-mathematical introduction to natural environments offers biome-based approach to interactions of plant and animal communities of the U.S. and Canada. Covers tundra; boreal forest;... more details
 
3724 * Bolen, Ecology of North America, hardcover

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More details. MIMICRY AND THE EVOLUTIONARY PROCESS
Lincoln Brower, editor
1988, 127 pages, 4 color plates, b/w figures. This book covers the research of six investigators whose studies of mimicry integrate diverse behavioral, ecological, genetic, and systematic data. Topics include: avian predation on the monarch butterf... more details
 
9658 Brower, Mimicry and the Evolutionary Process

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More details. THE FORGOTTEN POLLINATORS
by Stephen L. Buchmann & Gary Paul Nabhan
1997, 292 pages, b/w drawings. Consider this: Without interaction between animals and flowering plants, the seeds and fruits that make up nearly eighty percent of the human diet would not exist. More than any other natural process, plant-pollinator r... more details
 
3806B Buchmann, Forgotten Pollinators, Paper

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More details. INVERTEBRATES AS WEBMASTERS IN ECOSYSTEMS
D. C. Coleman & P. F. Hendrix, editors
2000, 350 pages, b/w photos, drawings, tables, charts. Reviews and assesses role of invertebrates in terrestrial and terrestrially dominated (i.e., lower-order stream) ecosystems. Focuses on invertebrates as an organizing function and “webmasters” in... more details
 
4151 * Coleman, Invertebrates as Webmasters

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More details. STREAMS
Their Ecology and Life
by Colbert E. Cushing & J. David Allan
2001, 366 pages, color photos, b/w illustrations, maps. This book explains the basics of stream ecology in four parts. The first part describes ecological processes and interactions that take place in streams and rivers, including dynamic aspects, ab... more details
 
9644 Cushing, Streams,Their Ecology & Life

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More details. A RESOURCE-BASED HABITAT VIEW FOR CONSERVATION:
Butterflies in the British Landscape
by Roger L. H. Dennis
2010, 406 pages, color photos, color & b/w diagrams, tables, graphs. This book introduces a novel approach to the understanding of habitats based on resources and conditions required by organisms and their access to them, a quantum shift from simplis... more details
 
3574 Dennis, Resource-Based Habitat View for Cons

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More details. ECOLOGY
by Stanley I. Dodson, et al.
1998, 448 pages, 16 pages of color plates, 300 illustrations. Concentrates on ideas and techniques that separate different concept-based approaches to the study of ecology. Covers theory, technology, and practical applications of six unique concepts ... more details
 
3686 Dodson, Ecology, Hardcover

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More details. ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT STATEMENTS
A Comprehensive Guide to Project and Strategic Planning
by Charles H. Eccleston
2000, 346 pages, diagrams, tables. This outstanding, one-stop guide focuses on the Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) not merely as a document to be prepared, but as a process and framework for the planning of programs and projects. It presents str... more details
 
9816 Eccleston, Environmentl Impact Statements

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More details. THE ECOLOGY OF INVASIONS BY ANIMALS AND PLANTS
by Charles S. Elton
2000 reissue of 1958 classic, 181 pages, 42 b/w photos, maps. This was the first book on invasion biology, and is still the most cited. It sounded an early warning about environmental catastrophes. A leading cause of extinction of native animals and ... more details
 
9263 Elton, Ecology Invasion by Animals & Plants

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More details. Designing Field Studies for Biodiversity Conservation
by Peter Feinsinger
2001, 212 pages, b/w photos, tables, drawings. This book offers a comprehensible, pracical guide to using scientific inquiry in conservation work. In an engaging and accessible style, the author melds concepts, methods, and intellectual tools into a ... more details
 
9861 Feinsinger, Designing Field Studies Biodiversity

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