The field of plant population ecology has advanced considerably in the last decade since the first edition was published. In particular there have been substantial and ongoing advances in statistics and modelling applications in population ecology, as well as an explosion of new techniques reflecting the availability of new technologies (e.g. affordable and accurate Global Positioning Systems) and advances in molecular biology. This new edition has been updated andrevised with more recent examples replacing older ones where appropriate. The books trademark question-driven approach has been maintained and some important topics such as the metapopulation concept which are missing entirely from the current edition are now included throughout thetext.Effects of soil nitrogen reduction on non-native plants in disturbed grasslands. Restoration Ecology 7: 51a55. ... Handbook of plant ecophysiology techniques, pp. ... 457a480. Taylor and Francis Group, Boca Raton, FL. Ribbens E, Silander JA, and Pacala SW (1994). Seed- ling recuitment in forests: calibrating models to ... Los Alamos National Laboratory Report LA-11733-M. Available at: alt;http:// upload.wikimedia. ... tography_canopy_manual_rich_1989.pdfagt; (accessed 29 May 2014).
|Title||:||Methods in Comparative Plant Population Ecology|
|Publisher||:||OUP Oxford - 2014-10-16|