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Editors: Burk, A. R.
Book Description:
Biological diversity, or "biodiversity," refers to the variety of all life on earth, and the complex relationships among living things, and between living things and their environment. Biodiversity includes genetic variety, species diversity, and variability in communities, ecosystems and landscapes. Biodiversity sustains the environments in which we live and on which our lives and those of every other living creature on Earth depend. Thanks to biodiversity, we are able to obtain such necessary goods as food, clothing, medicine, and fuel. Equally important are the ecosystem services that biodiversity provides, such as clean air and drinkable water. Conservation scientists have identified a number of universal threats to biodiversity: habitat loss and degradation, invasive species, pollution, overpopulation, overexploitation and consumption, and global climate change. This new book examines critical issues in this field from researchers around the globe.

Table of Contents:
Preface;

Chapter 1 - Australian Tropical Reptile Species: Ecological Status, Public Valuation, Attitudes to their Conservation and Commercial Use; pp. 1-40
(Clem Tisdell et al., The University of Queensland, Australia);

Chapter 2 - Change Under Climate Change – A Strategy to Strengthen Australian Ecosystems; pp. 41-80
(Jan-Olafg Meynecke, University of Lüneburg, Germany);

Chapter 3 - Contaminated Zone Around a Nickel-Copper Smelter: A Death Trap for Birds and Mammals?; pp. 81-99
(Mikhail V. Kozlov et al., University of Turku, Finland);

Chapter 4 - Disparate Stakeholder Management of Wildlife Issues in the Southern Greater Yellowstone Area; pp. 101-116
(Lynne Koontz, U.S. Geological Survey and Dana Hoag, Colorado State University);

Chapter 5 - The Importance of Low-Intensity Farming Systems for Fauna, Flora and Habitats Protected Under the European “Birds” and “Habitats” Directives: Is Agriculture Essential for Preserving Biodiversity in the Mediterranean Region?; pp. 117-145
(Francisco Moreira et al., Instituto Superior de Agronomia, Portugal);

Chapter 6 - The Function of Non-Crop Habitats for Sustainable Pest Control in Agroecosystems; pp. 147-170
(F.J.J.A. Bianchi, Alterra Green World Research, The Netherlands and W. van der Werf, Wageningen University, The Netherlands);

Chapter 7 - Impacts of Multi-Nutrient Fertilization with other Nutrients on Understory Vegetation Ca and P Concentrations and the Ca/P Ratio; pp. 171-192
(Curtis L. VanderSchaaf, Virginia Tech University);

Index

   Binding: Hardcover
   Pub. Date: 2005
   ISBN: 1-59454-385-2
   Status: AV
  
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