Publisher: The University of Chicago Press, 1996.
Condition: As new.
1996. Hardcover without dust jacket. Minor shelf wear. As profound threats to ecosystems increase worldwide, ecologists must move beyond studying single communities at a single point in time. All of the dynamic, interconnected spatial and temporal processes that determine the distribution and abundance of species must be understood in order to develop new conservation and management strategies.This volume is the first to integrate mathematical and biological approaches to these crucial topics.Item #R1412091