Community Ecology,2nd Edition

Community Ecology 2nd Edition

By: Peter J. Morin
About this Book
ISBN-10: 1405124113
/ ISBN-13: 9781405124119
Edition: 2nd Edition
Format: MS Word /or PDF
Published By: Wiley-Blackwell

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Table of contents:

Preface.
Preface to the First Edition.
Part I: Communities: Basic Patterns and Elementary Processes.
1. Communities.
2. Competition: Mechanisms, Models, and Niches.
3. Competition: Experiments, Observations, and Null Models.
4. Predation and Communities. Empirical patterns.
5. Models of predation in simple communities.
6. Food Webs.
7. Mutualisms.
8.Indirect Effects.
Part II: Factors Influencing Interactions Among Species.
9. Temporal Patterns: Seasonal Dynamics, Priority Effects, and Assembly Rules.
10. Habitat Selection.
11. Spatial Dynamics.
Part III: Large-scale, Integrative Community Phenomena.
12. Causes and Consequences of Diversity.
13. Succession.
14. Applied Community Ecology.
Appendix: Stability Analysis.
Bibliography.
Index.

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