Dynamics of Nutrient Cycling and Food Webs

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In all fields of science today, data are collected and theories are developed and published faster than scientists can keep up with, let alone thoroughly digest. In ecology the fact that practitioners tend to be divided between such subdisciplines as aquatic and terrestrial ecology, as well as between popula- tion, community, and ecosystem ecology, makes it even harder for them to keep up with all relevant research. Ecologists specializing in one sub- discipline are not always aware of progress in another subdiscipline that ...

Dynamics of Nutrient Cycling and Food Webs 1991, Springer, London, England

ISBN-13: 9780412298400

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