By G. A. Bradshaw, P. A. Marquet (auth.), Dr. Gay A. Bradshaw, Dr. Pablo A. Marquet (eds.)
North and South the US proportion comparable human and ecological histories and, more and more, monetary and social linkages. As such, problems with atmosphere capabilities and disruptions shape a standard thread between those cultures. This quantity synthesizes the views of a number of disciplines, reminiscent of ecology, anthropology, economic system, and conservation biology. the manager aim is to achieve an figuring out of ways human and ecological methods engage to impact surroundings features and species within the Americas. in the course of the textual content the emphasis is put on habitat fragmentation. even as, the booklet presents an outline of present concept, tools, and methods utilized in the research of environment disruptions and fragmentation.
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