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Publisher: McGraw-Hill Higher Education
Cox, George W.
Preface Part I Basic Concepts 1 Conservation Biology: Emergence of a Discipline 2 History of Conservation 3 Populations, Communities, and Ecosystems 4 Global Biodiversity 5 Processes of Extinction Part II Terrestrial Ecosystems 6 Temperate Forests, Woodlands, and Shrublands 7 Grasslands and Tundra 8 Temperate and Tropical Deserts 9 Moist Tropical Forests 10 Tropical Savannas and Woodlands 11 Coastal Ecosystems 12 Islands Part III Special Problems of Terrestrial Ecosystems 13 Habitat Fragmentation 14 Predator Ecology and Management Part IV Aquatic Ecosystems 15 Lakes, Ponds, and Marshes 16 Rivers and Streams 17 Oceanic Ecosystems 18 Coastal Marine Ecosystems Part V Special Problems of Aquatic Ecosystems 19 Marine Mammals and Birds Part VI Special Problems at the Biosphere Level 20 Management of Exotic Species 21 Disruption of Migrations 22 Chemical Pollution 23 Global Climate Change Part VII Conservation Theory and Practice 24 Harvesting Natural Populations 25 Conserving Genetic Diversity 26 Protecting Endangered Species 27 Designing Biodiversity Preserves Part VIII Conservation and Society 28 Conservation Ethics 29 Conservation Economics and Public Policy 30 Sustainable Living in the Biosphere GlossaryCox, George W. is the author of 'Conservation Biology Concepts And Applications' with ISBN 9780073275444 and ISBN 0073275441.
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