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Ecology

Ecology

ISBN 9780199757459
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Publisher Oxford University Press
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"This text is a welcome departure from the ecology textbooks that are long on case studies and short on unifying ideas and concepts that carry through the chapters from adaptation to global ecology. In a very accessible and engaging style, Krohne has written a concise summary of ecological science, its organizing ideas and modern applications." --Susan Schwinning, Texas State University - San Marcos "This is a strong, comprehensive ecology text that does an excellent job infusing evolutionary approaches to the analysis and understanding of ecological problems." --Inna Sokolova, University of North Carolina at Charlotte "The author uses multiple examples of human impacts, which tie the course to environmental science, making this text a strong interdisciplinary tool." --Marc Milne, University of North Carolina at Greensboro "This is the best book I've seen that interprets ecology as a science of connections among the disciplines of evolution, genetics, and environmental physiology." --Keith S. Summerville, Drake University "Students who read this text will open their eyes to the world around them. It sets the foundation to train students to be scientists." --Jennifer Zettler, Armstrong Atlantic State University "The evolutionary perspective sets this book apart from other texts." --Stephen Sumithran, Eastern Kentucky University
Overview
"This text is a welcome departure from the ecology textbooks that are long on case studies and short on unifying ideas and concepts that carry through the chapters from adaptation to global ecology. In a very accessible and engaging style, Krohne has written a concise summary of ecological science, its organizing ideas and modern applications." --Susan Schwinning, Texas State University - San Marcos "This is a strong, comprehensive ecology text that does an excellent job infusing evolutionary approaches to the analysis and understanding of ecological problems." --Inna Sokolova, University of North Carolina at Charlotte "The author uses multiple examples of human impacts, which tie the course to environmental science, making this text a strong interdisciplinary tool." --Marc Milne, University of North Carolina at Greensboro "This is the best book I've seen that interprets ecology as a science of connections among the disciplines of evolution, genetics, and environmental physiology." --Keith S. Summerville, Drake University "Students who read this text will open their eyes to the world around them. It sets the foundation to train students to be scientists." --Jennifer Zettler, Armstrong Atlantic State University "The evolutionary perspective sets this book apart from other texts." --Stephen Sumithran, Eastern Kentucky University

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