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Principles of conservation biology

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Published by Sinauer Associates in Sunderland, MA .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Conservation biology

  • Edition Notes

    Rev. ed. of: Principles of conservation biology / Gary K. Meffe. 2nd ed. 1997.

    StatementMartha J. Groom, Gary K. Meffe, C. Ronald Carroll.
    ContributionsMeffe, Gary K., Carroll, C. Ronald 1941-, Meffe, Gary K.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQH75 .M386 2005
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3402100M
    ISBN 100878935185
    LC Control Number2005016894

    The text is richly illustrated, and concludes with an extensive glossary and bibliography. To make matters worse, there are many times when the same information e. Lastly, because the architectural fabric has to function as a structure, resisting its own dead weight and applied live loadings, there are further differences between the practice of architectural and museum conser- vation. Conservationpractitioners, policy-makers, and the wider general public eager tounderstand more about important environmental issues will also findthis book invaluable.

    Review and Tips from Bio 1B. Another useful resource: Authoritative multidisciplinary research guides, including annotated bibliographies and encyclopedia entries. In surface waters, excess algal production is a major concern. Some conservation biologists call this one "the Concervation biology bible".

    By comparing alternative projects, the one with the highest NPV has the highest net benefits. During the later stages of eutrophication the water body is choked by abundant plant life due to higher levels of nutritive compounds such as nitrogen and phosphorus. Guest essays and case studies provide a diversity of perspectives and real world examples add insight and provoke discussion. Contrast with ex situ conservation. The present condition of the building or object must also be recorded. It is part of the implicit market approach.


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Ex-situ conservation, on the other hand, involves protection outside of an organism's natural habitat, such as on reservations or in gene banks, in circumstances where viable populations may not be present in the natural habitat. See also discounting and net present value.

In some countries, reliance may have to be placed on oral traditions, which should be recorded verbatim and included in the dossier created for each object or building. For example, if allele A is dominant over a, then genotypes AA and Aa will have the same phenotype.

The techniques used depend upon the conditions of climate to which cultural property is likely to be subjected.

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Also, the effect of adjoining habitat types on populations in the edge ecotone, often resulting in more species in the edge than in either habitat alone. Similar Books.

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The functional size of a population, in a genetic sense, based on numbers of actual breeding individuals and the distribution of offspring among families.

The book is richly illustrated, and chapters are complemented with annotated reading lists and questions designed to stimulate thought and class discussions. However, it entails some loss of essential cultural values and the generation of new envirorunental risks.

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Concerns for biodiversity loss covers a broader conservation mandate that looks at ecological processes, such as migration, and a holistic examination of biodiversity at levels beyond the species, including genetic, population and ecosystem diversity.

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