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Kologie

Author : Thomas M. Smith
ISBN : 3827373131
Genre : Ecology
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Populations, ecosystems, species interactions, community.
Category: Ecology

Kleine Vogelkunde Ostafrikas

Author : Nicholas Drayson
ISBN : 9783644306912
Genre : Fiction
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Ein bezaubernder Liebesroman, den man mit einem Lächeln zuklappt Mr. Malik ist ein warmherziger, schüchterner Mann mit einem großen Geheimnis: Er ist bis über beide Ohren verliebt in Rose, die Leiterin der örtlichen Gruppe von Vogelbeobachtern. Während er noch überlegt, wie er die Dame seines Herzens als Begleiterin zum jährlichen Nairobi Hunt Ball gewinnen kann, trifft der charmante Draufgänger Harry Khan in der Stadt ein. Auch er hat bald ein Auge auf Rose geworfen und möchte sie ebenfalls zum Ball einladen. Da schreiten die Gentlemen aus Mr. Maliks Club ein und schlagen den beiden Rivalen eine Wette vor ... «Selten war ein Buch auf so charmante Art witzig wie dieses.» Frankfurter Neue Presse
Category: Fiction

Sustaining Life

Author : Eric Chivian
ISBN : 9780199721207
Genre : Medical
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The Earth's biodiversity-the rich variety of life on our planet-is disappearing at an alarming rate. And while many books have focused on the expected ecological consequences, or on the aesthetic, ethical, sociological, or economic dimensions of this loss, Sustaining Life is the first book to examine the full range of potential threats that diminishing biodiversity poses to human health. Edited and written by Harvard Medical School physicians Eric Chivian and Aaron Bernstein, along with more than 100 leading scientists who contributed to writing and reviewing the book, Sustaining Life presents a comprehensive--and sobering--view of how human medicines, biomedical research, the emergence and spread of infectious diseases, and the production of food, both on land and in the oceans, depend on biodiversity. The book's ten chapters cover everything from what biodiversity is and how human activity threatens it to how we as individuals can help conserve the world's richly varied biota. Seven groups of organisms, some of the most endangered on Earth, provide detailed case studies to illustrate the contributions they have already made to human medicine, and those they are expected to make if we do not drive them to extinction. Drawing on the latest research, but written in language a general reader can easily follow, Sustaining Life argues that we can no longer see ourselves as separate from the natural world, nor assume that we will not be harmed by its alteration. Our health, as the authors so vividly show, depends on the health of other species and on the vitality of natural ecosystems. With a foreword by E.O. Wilson and a prologue by Kofi Annan, and more than 200 poignant color illustrations, Sustaining Life contributes essential perspective to the debate over how humans affect biodiversity and a compelling demonstration of the human health costs. It is the winner of the Gerald L. Young Book Award in Human Ecology Best Sci-Tech Books of 2008 for Biology by Gregg Sapp of Library Journal
Category: Medical

Serengeti Iii

Author : A. R. E. Sinclair
ISBN : 9780226760353
Genre : Science
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Serengeti National Park is one of the world’s most diverse ecosystems, a natural laboratory for ecology, evolution, and conservation, with a history that dates back at least four million years to the beginnings of human evolution. The third book of a ground- breaking series, Serengeti III is the result of a long-term integrated research project that documents changes to this unique ecosystem every ten years. Bringing together researchers from a wide range of disciplines—ecologists, paleontologists, economists, social scientists, mathematicians, and disease specialists— this volume focuses on the interactions between the natural system and the human-dominated agricultural system. By examining how changes in rainfall, wildebeest numbers, commodity prices, and human populations have impacted the Serengeti ecosystem, the authors conclude that changes in the natural system have affected human welfare just as changes in the human system have impacted the natural world. To promote both the conservation of biota and the sustainability of human welfare, the authors recommend community-based conservation and protected-area conservation. Serengeti III presents a timely and provocative look at the conservation status of one of earth’s most renowned ecosystems.
Category: Science

Africa Environment Outlook 2

Author : United Nations Environment Programme
ISBN : 9280726919
Genre : Reference
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This is the second comprehensive report on the state of Africa's environment, produced in collaboration with the African Ministerial Conference on the Environment (AMCEN). This report highlights the central position Africa's environment continues to play in sustainable development, as well as its potential to achieve progress in the implementation of the Millennium Development Goals. The report profiles Africa's environmental resources as an asset for the continent's development. It highlights the opportunities presented by the region's natural resource base to support the continent's development. It also underscores the concept of sustainable livelihoods, and the importance of the environmental initiatives in supporting them.
Category: Reference

Serengeti

Author : A. R. E. Sinclair
ISBN : 0226760294
Genre : Science
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Dynamics of the serengeti ecosystem: process and pattern; The serengeti environment; Grassland-herbivore dynamics; The eruption of the ruminants; The migration and grazing succession; Feeding strategy and the pattern of resource-partitioning in ungulates; Energy costs of locomotion and the concept of foraging radius; The dynamics of ungulate social organization; Serengeti predators and their social systems; Population changes in lions and other predators; The adaptations of scavengers; A simulation of the wildebeest population, other ungulates, and their predators; The influence of grazing, browsing, and fire on the vegetation dynamics of the serengeti; Changes in populations of resident ungulates.
Category: Science

Wildlife Ecology Conservation And Management

Author : John M. Fryxell
ISBN : 9781118348192
Genre : Science
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To understand modern principles of sustainable management andthe conservation of wildlife species requires intimate knowledgeabout demography, animal behavior, and ecosystem dynamics. Withemphasis on practical application and quantitative skilldevelopment, this book weaves together these disparate elements ina single coherent textbook for senior undergraduate and graduate students.It reviews analytical techniques, explaining the mathematical andstatistical principles behind them, and shows how these can be usedto formulate realistic objectives within an ecological framework. This third edition is comprehensive and up-to-date, andincludes: Brand new chapters that disseminate rapidly developing topics inthe field: habitat use and selection; habitat fragmentation,movement, and corridors; population viability. analysis, theconsequences of climate change; and evolutionary responses todisturbance A thorough updating of all chapters to present important areas ofwildlife research and management with recent developments andexamples. A new online study aid – a wide variety of downloadablecomputer programs in the freeware packages R and Mathcad, availablethrough a companion website. Worked examples enable readers topractice calculations explained in the text and to develop a solidunderstanding of key statistical procedures and population modelscommonly used in wildlife ecology and management. The first half of the book provides a solid background in keyecological concepts. The second half uses these concepts to developa deeper understanding of the principles underlying wildlifemanagement and conservation. Global examples of real-lifemanagement situations provide a broad perspective on theinternational problems of conservation, and detailed case historiesdemonstrate concepts and quantitative analyses. This third editionis also valuable to professional wildlife managers, park rangers,biological resource managers, and those working in ecotourism.
Category: Science

Wild Cats Of The World

Author : Charles Albert Walter Guggisberg
ISBN : 0800883241
Genre : Nature
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Describes the evolution, physical characteristics, natural habitats, geographical distribution, habits, and historical significance of thirty-seven species from the exotic Chinese desert cats to lions and tigers
Category: Nature

Earth S Landscape An Encyclopedia Of The World S Geographic Features 2 Volumes

Author : Joyce A. Quinn
ISBN : 9781610694469
Genre : Nature
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This unusual encyclopedia brings together in-depth information on more than 450 natural geographic features from around the world and offers an array of creative tools to promote critical thinking and classroom discussion. • Provides a one-stop reference for students of geography and environmental and earth sciences • Offers global coverage of diverse features, whether terrestrial, aquatic, geological, ecological, or physiographic • Includes an overview of the various kinds of landforms of the world, how they are formed, and how they continue to change over time • Explains each feature's origins and significance, as well as major environmental issues in which it's involved • Indicates the importance of features to the development of Western science and contemporary scientific thought in fields such as evolutionary biology, paleontology, plate tectonics, and climate change • Features a "Top 10s Appendix" to provoke student interest through statistics such as the tallest mountains, largest lakes, and longest rivers
Category: Nature

Fauna Norvegica

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ISBN : STANFORD:36105122119352
Genre : Zoology
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Category: Zoology