Landscape Ecology of Small Mammals by Gary W. Barrett, John D. Peles, I. Hanski
By Gary W. Barrett, John D. Peles, I. Hanski
Small mammals could be considered as first-class matters to check suppositions approximately inhabitants development migration and copy, and, particularly, on how the complicated actual constitution of our surroundings impacts the ecology of populations and groups. In different phrases, those small mammal reports might help formulate panorama ecological ideas. This ebook summarizes loads of experimental paintings at the spatial ecology of small mammals. the sphere has entered an exhilarating level with numerous new innovations (such as GIS and platforms modeling) changing into on hand. prime individuals describe and study the main famous case reports and supply new insights into how panorama styles and procedures have had an effect on small mammals and the way small mammals have, in flip, affected panorama constitution and composition.
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