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A valuable manual for field workers in ecology.
Only 1 left in stock (more on the way). A valuable manual for field workers in ecology. J Burger, Rutgers, CHOICE, October 2003
This book will be invaluable to lecturers teaching field courses and students undertaking project work in ecology. Each chapter will focus on an ecological technique. It will have an introductory section that describes the ecological principles and theory. His wide-ranging interests include community dynamics, evolutionary theory, and the taxonomy of ostracods. He is a director of the ecological consultancy Pisces Conservation Ltd and lectures at the University of Oxford. Библиографические данные.
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Practical Methods in Ecology isan introductory manual of methods used by ecologists to collect and analyze data. Aimed at students with little practical or computational experience, it is an ideal text for university and senior high school students on field trips or taking courses in field ecology. Based on the classic textbook by Southwood, Ecological Methods, it begins with a discussion on planning of field work, followed by a brief overview of the statistical tests that can be used to analyze the data.
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Practical Methods in Ecology. ISBN: 978-1-405-10244-5 February 2003 Wiley-Blackwell 172 Pages.
Each chapter will focus on an ecological technique. It will havean introductory section that describes the ecological principlesand theory. This will then be followed by example applications.These will focus on three most common habitats where teachers takestudents for fieldwork; the seashore, ponds and lakes, fields andwoodland.Gives specific worked examples from the main ecosystems usedfor undergraduate study - seashore, lakes/ponds, field andwoodland.Only introductory text specifically focused on fieldtechniques.Great 'how-to' guide that will show student exactly how tocarry out each method.Only text to emphasise the principles behind the techniques -taking a methods based approach rather than a taxonomic approach(eg chapters split into population measures, biodiversity measures,species richness measures rather than methods for invertebrates,methods for mammals, methods for birds etc).Greater emphasis on the equipment involved - how to make it,where to buy it.Good references to further reading and advancedtechniques.
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