Walter's Vegetation of the Earth by Siegmar-Walter Breckle

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Vegetation, soil and climate are the most important components of ecological systems. This long-awaited fourth edition of the well-established textbook by Heinrich Walter summarizes our knowledge of the earth's ecology and constitutes the basis for a deeper understanding of the larger interrelations on a global scale. While Walter's general concept remains unchanged, the individual chapters have been completely revised, enlarged and updated. The author's intimate knowledge of practically all classes of plants and climatic zones allows him to describe the various ecological systems in close detail. This richly illustrated textbook is a must for every student in the plant sciences.
 

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Published August 7, 2002 by Springer. 527 pages
Genres: Nature & Wildlife, Science & Math, Education & Reference. Non-fiction
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