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Editors: Burk, A.R.
Book Description:
Ecology is the study of the interrelationships between organisms and their environment, including the biotic and abiotic components. There are at least six kinds of ecology: ecosystem, physiological, behavioral, population, and community. Specific topics include: Acid Deposition, Acid Rain Revisited, Biodiversity, Biocomplexity, Carbon Sequestration in Soils, Coral Reefs, Ecosystem Services, Environmental Justice, Fire Ecology, Floods, Global Climate Change, Hypoxia, and Invasion. This new book presents new research on ecology from around the world.

Table of Contents:
Preface;

Chapter 1. Response of Forest Ecosystems to Variable Disturbance Severity; pp. 1-27
(Joseph Mascaro and Stefan Schnitzer, The University of Wisconsin Milwaukee).

Chapter 2. Analytical Models of Forest Dynamics in Stable Environment; pp. 29-97
(Georgy P. Karev, Center for Ecology and Productive of Forests of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia).

Chapter 3. Quercus ilex L. and Pinus halepensis Mill. Post Fire Forest Stands Improve Growth after Thinning Treatments as a Consequence of a Better Availability of N; pp. 99-139
(Lopez-Serrano and Francisco R. et al., Universidad de Castilla-LaMancha, Spain).

Chapter 4. Changes of Low Molecular Weight Organic Acids, Soil Organic Matter, Nitrogen Transformation and Microbial Populations in Rhizospere and Bulk Soils in a Temperate Rain Forest; pp. 141-165
(Ming K. Wang and Po Neng Chiang et al., National Taiwan University, Taiwan).

Chapter 5. Modelling Heavy Metal Reduction in a Constructed Wetland; pp. 167-186
(D.J. Walker and T.M. Daniell et al., The University of Adelaide, Australia).

Chapter 6. Positive and Negative Effects: Exotic Spartina alterniflora in China; pp. 187-204
(Pei Qin and Jine Liu et al., Nanjing University, China).

Chapter 7. Economic Analysis of Local Global Threats to Caribbean Coral Reefs; pp. 205-254
(Herman S.J. Cesar, DA Arnhem, Netherlands and Pieter J.H. van Beukering)

Index.

   Binding: Cloth
   Pub. Date: 2006
   ISBN: 1-59454-662-2
   Status: AV
  
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