Ecology, Genetics, and EvolutionEdited by
- Ilkka Hanski
- Michael Gilpin
Paperback, 512 Pages
Published: March 1997
Imprint: Academic Press
"The primary value of this book lies in its self-conscious exploration of a paradigm under which ecological and evolutionary models have proliferated without substantial empirical tests."
"...represents an important transformation in the way we think about dynamics of populations, their dispersal and persistence. ...there is something in here for everyone interested in the subject. A particular aspect of the book is the attempt to connect the disciplines of population biology and landscape ecology. This is long overdue and represents a significant step in the progression towards workable models. ...very stimulating and relevant to my interest in conservation genetics."
--BRITISH ECOLOGICAL SOCIETY BULLETIN