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Author: Robert Coulson
Publisher: KEL Partners Incorporated
Keywords: ecology, landscape, basic
Number of Pages: 30
Basic Landscape Ecology is intended to be a starting point for the study of landscape ecology. The goal is to provide a contemporary synthesis of basic landscape ecological concepts with an applied interpretation. The text is divided into two sections. The first section, which consists of six chapters, is intended to provide a uniform background for students from various academic disciplines. The second section, which consists of four chapters, is intended to provide an examination of the substance of contemporary landscape ecology.
Publisher: Food & Agriculture Org.
Keywords: weeds, ecology, perennial, control, chile, santiago, december, experts, november, papers, latin, america, presented, panel
Number of Pages: 339
Importance biology and basic control of Sorghum halepense (L.) Pers; Biology and ecology of Cynodon dactylon L. Pers; Ecology, biology, physiology, morphology and importance of Cyperus esculentus L.; Ecology, biology, physiology, morphology and importance of Cyperus rotundus L.; Control of Cyperus esculentus L and Cyperus rotundus L.; Eco-physiology and control of Convolvulus arvensis L.; Biology and control of Bidens aurea (Ait.) Sherff.; New herbicides to control perennial grasses; Soil management and perennial weeds; Perennial weeds in Argentina: Diplotaxis tenuifolia, Senecio madagascarien
Author: T. Matiza
Keywords: wetlands, zimbabwe, conservation, priorities, ecology, hotel, january, airport, proceedings, seminar, harare, kentucky
Number of Pages: 169
Author: Thomas Eisner
Publisher: National Academies
Keywords: interaction, biotic, chemistry, ecology, chemical
Number of Pages: 240
This book highlights selected research areas that are contributing to advancement of the field of chemical ecology. Leading experts review the chemistry of insect defense; phyletic dmoninance; social regulation; eavesdropping, alarm, and deceit; and reproduction.
Author: Bruce A. Roundy
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Keywords: land, symposium, proceedings, restoration, arid, shrub, wild
Number of Pages: 391
An authoritative investigation of the biology & management of wildland shrubs. Focuses on the development of the science of restoration ecology. An in-depth look at the restoration & revegetation of even the most rare shrubs. Divided into six sections: overview, restoration & revegetation, ecology, genetic integrity, & management options. Dozens of charts, graphs, & photos.
Author: Clyde E. Goulden
Publisher: Academy of Natural Sciences
Keywords: natural, sciences, publication, special, academy, changing, scenes
Number of Pages: 370
This book is the result of a symposium held in Phila., PA, in April 1976, on the bicentennial of Amer. independence. It reviewed the contributions of evolution, systematics, quantitative genetics, ecology, & sociobiology to our understanding of the natural world. The papers identify fundamental shortcomings existing within each discipline. They suggest a need for an integration of these sciences & a more thorough testing within each discipline of the theory of evolution by means of natural selection. Papers are organized by theme: The Changing Scenes; The Influence of the New World on the Stud
Author: Bill Lokke
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Keywords: technology, review, science, articles, ecology, collection, industrial
Number of Pages: 55
Contains a selection of articles illustrating the beginning of an industrial ecology research program at Livermore National Laboratory. Topics addressed include: technological issues involved with the automobile, improved economic & environmental efficiency through better engineering, understanding the links between human economic activity & underlying natural systems through the development of complex models, & the direct application of technology to environmental issues. Photos. Charts & tables.