Biotic Interactions and Global Change by Joel G. Kingsolver

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Two aspects of global change - landscape fragmentation and climate change - may have major effects on life on earth. These topics are currently receiving considerable attention from scientists, politicians and the public. However, absent from most discussions is an appreciation that ecological interactions among organisms as well as evolutionary responses will certainly influence biological responses to global change. This book explores how an understanding of such ecological and evolutionary interactions will be essential to forecasting the biological consequences of global change.

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Published December 1, 1992 by Sinauer Associates Inc. 480 pages
Genres: Nature & Wildlife, Science & Math. Non-fiction