Advances in Ecological Research

Advances in Ecological Research

1st Edition - June 10, 1993

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  • Editors: M. Begon, Alastair Fitter
  • eBook ISBN: 9780080567082

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The six articles in this issue of Advances in Ecological Research cover a wide spectrum of ecology to ecology to munities, the discussion of vegetation change on a longer time scale, and the significance of conservation, especially in the industrialized world.S.J. Hall and D.G. Raff provide something of interest to all ecologists. Several common themes are presented in this volume including the dynamics of communities with such examples as Glacier Bat and Mount St.Helens.

Key Features

* Lively selection of review on topical subjects.


Ecologists; stustudents and researchers in conservation and plant science.

Table of Contents

  • R. del Moral and L.C. Bliss, Mecha, Mechanisms of Primary Succession: Insights Resulting from the Eruption of Mount St. Helens.
    G.M. MacDonald, Fossil Pollen Analysis and the Reconstruction of Plant Invasions.
    M. Tokeshi, Species Abundance Patterns and Community Structure.
    R. del Moral and L.C. Bliss, Mecaelli, Food Webs: Theory and Reality.
    R.H. Marrs, Soil Fertility and Nature Conservation in Europe: Theoretical Considerations and Practical Management Solutions.
    M.A. Sutton, C.E.R. Pitcairn, and D. Fowler, The Exchange of Ammonia Between the Atmosphere and Plant Communities.
    Subject Index.

Product details

  • No. of pages: 410
  • Language: English
  • Copyright: © Academic Press 1993
  • Published: June 10, 1993
  • Imprint: Academic Press
  • eBook ISBN: 9780080567082

About the Serial Volume Editors

M. Begon

Affiliations and Expertise

University of Liverpool, U.K.

Alastair Fitter

Affiliations and Expertise

University of York, U.K.

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