A collection of 27 articles from the journal American Scientist in which researchers explain their...
A collection of 27 articles from the journal American Scientist in which researchers explain their personal approaches and perspectives toward solving ecological problems. Intended primarily as a supplementary reader for courses in ecology or environmental science for either majors or non-majors. Explores major issues in the adaptations and strategies of organisms, species interactions, communities and ecosystems, and ecosystem management. Highly illustrated, mostly in color. No index. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.