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Long, John L.
This comprehensive reference work presents information in a systematic way on the range of introductions of mammals conducted by humans. It also provides an indication as to which have resulted in adverse consequences on the local fauna or flora. It includes details of the dates of introductions, the person or agency responsible, the source populations, the locations of release, the fate of the introductions and the impact if known, for over 300 species of mammal. Well illustrated with maps and line drawings, it will enable scientists to assess future potential introductions (or re-introductions) to avoid costly mistakes. It also provides a valuable reference for students of ecological systems management and biological conservation.Long, John L. is the author of 'Introduced Mammals of the World Their History, Distribution, and Influence' with ISBN 9780851997360 and ISBN 0851997368.
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