Biodiversity in Agroecosystems
Edited by Wanda Williams Collins and Calvin O Qualset
This book shows how biodiversity can be thought of not only as the rich make-up of a great number
of related and competing species within an ecologically defined community, but also as the robust
behaviour and resilience of those species over time and as the endurance of their eco-community.
This book brings to the fore new research on biodiversity in agricultural ecosystems at both micro
and macro levels, previously available only in journals and proceedings papers.
Hardcover 352 ISBN 9781566702904
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