Concepts of Ecology (Concepts of Modern Biology Series)

 
9780131660090: Concepts of Ecology (Concepts of Modern Biology Series)

This text explores the significant concepts of modern ecology using a minimum of jargon and only basic/simple mathematics. KEY TOPICS: Focuses on the development of four major concepts—including their historical background: energy flow; nutrient cycles; population ecology; and community ecology. Contains coverage of abiotic factors— including air, insolation, precipitation, soils, nutrients, ionizing radiation, and fire; energy flow (with increased emphasis on decomposition); nutrient cycling; population ecology; and community ecology. Updates material on applied ecology/human ecology and ecological ethics.

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Ideal for those studying ecology for the first time -- whether or not they've had a first-year course in biology, this text explores the significant concepts of modern ecology using a minimum of jargon and only basic/simple mathematics.

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Edward.J. Kormondy
Published by Prentice-Hall (1969)
ISBN 10: 0131660098 ISBN 13: 9780131660090
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