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Distribution Ecology

From Individual Habitat Use to Species Biogeographical Range

Cassini, Marcelo Hernán

2013, XII, 219 p. 74 illus., 1 illus. in color.

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  • This book brings together a set of approaches to the study of individual-species ecology based on the analysis of spatial variations of abundance
  • Combines theoretical issues with technical developments such as mapping distributions
  • Addresses the limitations that still exist in understanding the relationships between scales and the importance of distribution ecology in determining key factors that affect species conservation status

Content Level » Graduate

Keywords » Individual-species ecology - adaptive behavior - ecological scales - habitat theory - species distribution

Related subjects » Ecology

Table of contents 

Part I: Concepts and definitions.- 1. Concepts and DefinitionsPart II: Levels within species.- 2. Distribution of individuals.- 3. Distribution of aggregations.- 4 Distribution of societies.-  5. Distribution of subpopulations .- 6 Distribution of populations.- 7. Distribution of species.- Part III: Levels outside species.- 8. Distribution of species assemblages.- Part IV: Applications.- 10. Distribution ecology in conservation biology.- 11. Distribution ecology in animal production.- Part V: Conclusions and prospects.- 12. Conclusions

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