Develops a general theory to explain the facts of island biogeography which builds on the first principles of population ecology and genetics to explain how distance and area combine to regulate the balance between immigration and extinction in island populations.Develops a general theory to explain the facts of island biogeography which builds on the first principles of population ecology and genetics to explain how distance and area combine to regulate the balance between immigration and extinction in island populations.Read Less
Very Good. First edition, second printing, 1969. Clean and complete with sound square binding. No names or interior markings. No names or apparent interior markings. Three words written on the front cover.
Good. 1967 First Edition NOT ex-library. Edgewear & bumping. No dust jacket.203 pp All items shipped within 2 business days and guaranteed. Proceeds benefit the Pima County Public Library, serving the greater Tucson area.
Good. 5.5 x 8.5. Covers have minor wear, rubbing and sunning, corners and edges lightly bumped and creased, binding tight, ink writing on first page, xi + 203 pages including index, theory of the impacts of geographical isolation on the biology of plant and animal populations and ecology.
Fine. 0691088365 Excellent paperback reading copy. Pages are clean and tight. Cover is good with minor wear, such as minor chipping along edges. Buy with confidence...customer service is our TOP PRIORITY! Quick Shipping/ Free Delivery Confirmation!
"MacArthur and Wilson's is arguably the most influential book in biogeography in the last hundred years. With its emphasis on on-going processes of colonization and extinction, it provided a new framework to explain patterns in species diversity and...
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