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- Rowman & Littlefield Publishers 2004; US$ 27.99
Wetlands introduces students to the natural ecological functions and policy issues of wetlands so they will have a solid understanding of why these ecosystems are necessary and why their governance remains a significant environmental challenge. Although not a comprehensive overview on wetlands, it does provide background material for a more comprehensive... more...
- UIT Cambridge Ltd. 2011; US$ 12.24
A fascinating popular science book that reveals how much we really know - and don't know - about the natural world. Explains why we need to be more concerned about ecosystems than individual iconic species such as the giant panda and gorilla. more...
- Taylor and Francis 2013; US$ 99.95
This book focuses on soil development in restoration of post?mining sites. In particular, the authors address the role of biota, including plants, microorganisms, invertebrates, and their various interactions during the process of soil formation. The book largely deals with sites created by open?cast mining, as this method represents a very destructive... more...
- UIT Cambridge Ltd. 2010; US$ 10.99
How much is really known about the species that make up the natural world? In this fascinating book, Ken Thompson explains what we do and don't understand about biodiversity. We know that most species remain undiscovered, and that biodiversity is gravely threatened by overfishing, habitat loss, pollution, and climate change. Life on Earth has previously... more...
- Taylor and Francis 2013; US$ 99.95
This book addresses the question of the double exposure of marine ecosystems, i.e. to both global climate changes and economic globalization. This book contains a short, but self sufficient mathematical introduction, the formalization in the context of Network economics of global commodity chains, with both trophic and economic processes, and a series... more...
- Bentham Science Publishers 2013; US$ 49.00
Brazil is poised to become a significant player in the field of biotechnology, internationally, by taking advantage of circumstances not available in other countries, particularly its native biodiversity. This e-book presents a concise overview of the biotechnology industry in Brazil. more...
- Hodder Education 2005; US$ 35.18
Higher Geography 2nd edition provides full coverage of Higher Geography (Part 1). Geographical methods and techniques are offered in concise and accessible language throughout, accompanied by visual summaries to clarify and expand on the text. This new edition of (the previously titled) Core Higher Geography has been fully updated and amended for the... more...
- Elsevier Science 2013; US$ 185.00
There are significant pressures from climate change and air pollution that forests currently face. This book aims to increase understanding of the state and potential of forest ecosystems to mitigate and adapt to climate change in a polluted environment. It reconciles process-oriented research, long-term monitoring and applied modeling through comprehensive... more...
- Springer 2006; US$ 199.00
An enduring controversy in evolutionary biology is the genetic basis of adaptation. Darwin emphasized "many slight differences" as the ultimate source of variation to be acted upon by natural selection. In the early 1900's, this view was opposed by "Mendelian geneticists", who emphasized the importance of "macromutations"... more...