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Conservation of Faunal Diversity in Forested Landscapes

Series: Conservation Biology, Vol. 6

DeGraaf, R.M., Miller, R.I. (Eds.)

1996

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This book focuses on changing forests worldwide, bringing together the knowledge of conservation scientists on the influence of environmental change on forest fauna. - CAB Abstracts; This book highlights the status of key vertebrates inhabiting the world's forests and the past and current effects that environment change exerts upon these populations. - Natural Areas Journal; ...it is up-to-date and dynamic in its approach and offers many suggestions about how things might be approached. This is a useful and timely book and will be well recieved by both ecologists and forest management practitioners. - Journal of Animal Ecology.

 

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