Key terms are printed in bold throughout the text and are defined in a glossary at the back of the book. There is an extensive bibliography at the end of the book which allows particular aspects of ecology to be pursued in more detail.
The second edition shows a number of changes over the first. The number of diagrams and photographs has been increased and some sections are now in colour. New material has been added throughout the text and examples are now taken from a greater number of countries. The most extensive changes have been to the sections on nutrient cycling, pollution, endangered species, biodiversity and conservation. Indeed, conservation is now given two chapters rather than one, with greater attention being paid to its philosophy, underlying biology, politics and practice. Despite these additions we have striven to ensure that this remains an introductory text in ecology. We hope that the book, while thorough, is readable rather than daunting.
Ecology Principles and Applications, 2nd Edition by J. L. Chapman and M. J. Reiss
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Ecology: Principles and Applications PDF
Author(s): Chapman J.L., Reiss M.J.
Publisher: CUP, Year: 1998
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