Ecological versatility and community ecology / Ralph C. Mac Nally Mac Nally, Ralph C

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Mac Nally, Ralph C
Subjects
Ecology.; Biotic communities.; Habitat (Ecology)
Summary
This book is about specialization and generalization in the use of resources and habitats. The author uses a broad ecological perspective to address three main questions. How do ecologists study variation in resource and habitat use, and what do we know from these studies? How well does existing theory account for observations, and what are the common threads between disciplines? Finally, what is the relationship between resource and habitat use? This is the first book to provide a comprehensive analysis of ecological versatility.
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31559321

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