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Paginationvii, 183 p. table., diag.
Number of Pages183
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Open LibraryOL14781301M

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Mayer, - Animal communities - pages. Charles Elton was one of the founders of ecology, and his Animal Ecology was one of the seminal works that defined the field. In this book Elton introduced and drew together many principles still central to ecology today, including succession, niche, food webs, and the links between communities and ecosystems, each of which he illustrated with well-chosen examples/5.

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Four specializations of ecology that emerged during the late s – plant ecology, animal ecology, limnology, and marine ecology – persisted throughout the s, but other specializations also arose, most notably population ecology and ecosystem ecology (Figure 21).Population ecology focused primarily on animals, but both plant and animal ecologists developed ecosystem ecology.

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