Table of contents
Saving Species Through Population Biology and Viability Analyses: A Morass of Math, Myth, and Mistakes?
Broad Brushes and Taxonomic Tours: Summaries of the State of the Natural World
Habitat Degradation and Ecological Restoration: Hubris, Hegemony, and Healing
When Conservation Meets the Real World of Economics, Politics, and Tradeoffs
About this book
Reflecting a new generation of conservation biologists' upper-division and graduate level conservation biology courses, as well as for individual reference, this book incorporates a number of new authors and additional chapters, covering all aspects of one of the most dynamic areas in the life sciences. Containing ten additional chapters, it includes such timely topics as ecosystem management and the economics of conservation.
biology conservation biology ecosystem population biology