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Ecology

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  • Lime-trees and Basswoodsby Donald Pigott

    Cambridge University Press 2012; US$ 116.00

    Analyses the biology, ecology and geographical distribution of lime trees, using extensive field data to clarify their notoriously confusing taxonomy. more...

  • Environmental Governanceby Karl Hogl; Eva Kvarda; Ralf Nordbeck

    Edward Elgar Publishing 2012; US$ 40.00

    Environmental policy making has become an experimental field for new modes of governance. This timely book focuses on three prominent characteristics of new governance arrangements: the broad participation of non-state actors, the attempt to improve vertical and horizontal coordination, and the effort to integrate different types of expertise in an... more...

  • Late Cretaceous/Paleogene WANT Terrestrial Biota and its Intercontinental Affinitiesby Marcelo Reguero; Francisco Goin; Carolina Acosta Hospitaleche; Sergio Marenssi; Tania Dutra

    Springer 2012; US$ 49.95

    One of the most intriguing paleobiogeographical phenomena involving the origins and gradual sundering of Gondwana concerns the close similarities and, in most cases, inferred sister-group relationships of a number of terrestrial and freshwater vertebrate taxa, e.g., dinosaurs, flying birds, mammals, etc., recovered from uppermost Cretaceous/ Paleogene... more...

  • The Iowa Lakeside Laboratoryby Michael J. Lannoo

    University of Iowa Press 2012; US$ 19.00

    Imagine a place dedicated to the long-term study of nature in nature, a permanent biological field station, a teaching and research laboratory that promotes complete immersion in the natural world. Lakeside Laboratory, founded on the shore of Lake Okoboji in northwestern Iowa in 1909, is just such a place. In this remarkable and insightful book,... more...

  • Stalking the Wild Sweetgrassby Robert J. Dufault

    Springer 2012; US$ 49.95

    Stalking the Wild Sweetgrass: Domestication and Horticulture of the Grass Used in African-American Coiled Basketry is concerned with the historical domestication of sweetgrass, the main construction/structural grass used in the three century old African-American tradition of coiled basketry in South Carolina. During the plantation era in southern agriculture,... more...

  • Bogs of the Northeastby Charles W. Johnson; Ian Worley; Meredith Edgcomb Young

    University Press of New England 2000; US$ 24.99

    CHARLES W. JOHNSON, Vermont State Naturalist from 1978 to 2000, is an experienced field researcher on birds, mammals, reptiles and amphibians, and plant communities. He has written articles for Vermont Life magazine and for the Vermont Agency of Natural Resources, and he is an editorial consultant for the Smithsonian Guides to Natural America. He is... more...

  • Invasive and Introduced Plants and Animalsby Ian D. Rotherham; Robert A. Lambert

    Taylor and Francis 2012; US$ 59.95

    There have been many well-publicized cases of invasive species of plants and animals, often introduced unintentionally but sometimes on purpose, causing widespread ecological havoc. Examples of such alien invasions include pernicious weeds such as Japanese knotweed, an introduced garden ornamental which can grow through concrete, the water hyacinth... more...

  • Phytosociology of the Beech (Fagus) Forests in East Asiaby Sandro Pignatti

    Springer 2013; US$ 129.00

    This book describes the mountain forests of East Asia (Korea, Japan, China and Taiwan), the tree layers of which contain different species of the genus Fagus. The vegetation is primarily deciduous in the northern regions, whereas in South China evergreen trees can also be found: a total of 21 plant communities are described, with data on species... more...

  • The Once and Future Worldby J.B. Mackinnon

    Random House of Canada 2013; US$ 21.00

    From one of Canada's most exciting writers and ecological thinkers, a book that will change the way we see nature and show that in restoring the living world, we are also restoring ourselves.  The Once and Future World began in the moment J.B. MacKinnon realized the grassland he grew up on was not the pristine wilderness he had always believed... more...

  • Ecology for Nonecologistsby Frank R. Spellman

    Government Institutes 2007; US$ 37.99

    Written for anyone who works with chemicals or has a general interest in ecology, this book examines the interrelationship of life forms in our environment and provides straightforward explanations about the complicated interactions among nature and humans. Emphasizing basic concepts, definitions, and descriptions, the author presents illustrative... more...