Ecology of Arctic Environments: 13th Special Symposium of the British Ecological Society (Symposia of the British Ecological Society)

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Issues currently affecting the Arctic's environment are highlighted in this important review. After providing a background on the soils and periglacial processes of the Arctic, and the role of microbial and plant communities in ecosystem function, subsequent chapters consider the relationship between individual Arctic species and their environment, particularly in the context of climate and ecosystems. The book concludes with chapters concentrating on man's impacts on the Arctic environment.

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Leading ecologists discuss the issues currently affecting the Arctic's environment in this important review. Early chapters provide a background to the soils and periglacial processes of the Arctic, and to the role of microbial and plant communities in ecosystem function. The following chapters consider the relationship between individual arctic species and their environment, particularly in the context of climate, whilst a further chapter draws together terrestrial and aquatic ecosystems. The book concludes with chapters concentrating on man's impacts on the arctic environment.

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Dr Sarah Woodin, PhD, is a lecturer in the Department of Plant and Soil Science, University of Aberdeen.

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