6 edition of African Rain Forest Ecology and Conservation found in the catalog.
May 1, 2001
by Yale University Press
Written in English
|Contributions||William Weber (Editor), Lee J. T. White (Editor), Amy Vedder (Editor), Lisa Naughton-Treves (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||608|
A comprehensive popular account of the ecology and utilization of West and Central African rain forests, including possibilities and prospects for their protection, and emphasizing their enormous biological diversity. The text is liberally supplied with black and white and colour photographs, and with diagrams, figures, maps and tables. The titles of the chapters indicate the coverage: Europe Cited by: Moved article back to "African forest elephant" I've moved this article—again—to "African forest elephant". The previous capitalization is just plain wrong. Neither of those words is a proper noun. This is in keeping with the standard practice here. Please don't move the article back again. +ILike2BeAnonymous , 30 January (UTC).
Ecology of an African Rain Forest. Logging in Kibale and the Conflict between Conservation and Exploitation Thomas T. Struhsaker University Press of Florida, 15 NW 15th Street, Gainesville, FL xxu + pp (hardcover). $ ISBN Google Scholar; Download referencesCited by: 1. White, Lee & Oates, JohN. (). New data on the history of the plateau forest of Okomu, southern Nigeria: an insight into how human disturbance has shaped the African rain forest. RESEARCH LETTER. Global Ecology and Biogeography. 8. - /jx. Voir plus Voir moinsTitle: Global Environmentalist.
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‘This book is the most comprehensive and useful resource available for understanding the challenges of conservation biology, as well as for learning as much as possible about the ecology and conservation of the African rain forest.”—Natalia M.
Belfiore, Journal of Mammology. "A unique book that is likely to become a benchmark for those who wish to save the rain forests through sustainable logging practices.
Its uniqueness lies in the author's collection of long-term data (up to 25 years) on both plants and animals in the same site, the Kibale forest in UgandaCited by: Written by conservation scientists and practitioners based in the African rain forest, the book offers a multidisciplinary perspective that integrates many biological and social sciences.
Early chapters trace the forces--from paleoecological factors to recent human actions--that have shaped the African forest environment.5/5(1). Buy African Rain Forest Ecology and Conservation (): An Interdisciplinary Perspective: NHBS - Edited By: William Weber, Lee JT White, Amy Vedder and.
"A unique book that is likely to become a benchmark for those who wish to save the rain forests through sustainable logging practices. Its uniqueness lies in the author's collection of long-term data (up to 25 years) on both plants and animals in the same site, the Kibale forest in Uganda.
Written by conservation scientists and practitioners based in the African rain forest, the book offers a multidisciplinary perspective that integrates many biological and social sciences.
Early chapters trace the forces - from paleoecological factors to recent human actions - that. [Book Review: African Rain Forest Ecology and Conservation: An Interdisciplinary Perspective] Article in The Quarterly Review of Biology 77(4) December with 8 Reads. The African context --past present trends in the African Rain Forest --the forest ecosystem --humans and the forest --applied research and management --conclusion.
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Published: (). Bradley C Bennett, "African Rain Forest Ecology and Conservation: An Interdisciplinary Perspective. Edited by William Weber, Lee J T White, Amy Vedder, and Lisa Naughton‐Treves," The Quarterly Review of Biol no. 4 (December ): Ecology of an African rain forest: logging in Kibale and the conflict between conservation and exploitation.
[Thomas T Struhsaker] "A unique book that is likely to become a benchmark for those who wish to save the rain forests through sustainable logging practices. Conservation Research in the African Rain Forest: A Technical Handbook as it is referred to throughout this book, is the south of the Lake Tumba down to the Kwa-Kasai River and bordered in the.
The book starts by introducing the variety of rain forest plants, fungi, microorganisms, and animals, emphasising the spectacular diversity that is the motivation for their conservation. The central chapters describe the origins of rain forest communities, the variety of rain forest formations, and their ecology and by: Tobias J.
Lanz; African Rain Forest Ecology and Conservation: An Interdisciplinary Perspective. Edited by William Weber, Lee J. White, Amy Vedder, and LisaAuthor: Tobias J. Lanz. African Forest Conservation African Forest Conservation Swaine, M. BOOK REVIEWS Ecology, Vol.
83, No. 4 Ecology, 83(4),pp. – q by the Ecological Society of America Several authors review previous research but take the op- Weber, William, Lee J. White, Amy Vedder, and Lisa portunity to add the latest ﬁndings. The African forest elephant (Loxodonta cyclotis) is one of the two living African elephant is native to humid forests in West Africa and the Congo is the smallest of the three living elephant species, reaching a shoulder height of m (7 ft 10 in).
Both sexes have straight, downpointing tusks, which erupt when they are 1–3 years : Mammalia. Ecology of the Zanzibar Red Colobus Monkey, Colobus badius kirkii (Gray, ), in comparison with other red colobines F.
Omari; The socioecology of interspecific associations among the monkeys of the Mwanihana rain forest, Tanzania: a biogeographic. “Carnivore Minds is a pure delight and a magnificent achievement. "The book is intended for a broad audience of readers of popular science and academics alike, and the wonderful narrative style will appeal to readers of all types African Rain Forest Ecology and Conservation.
An Interdisciplinary Perspective. Edited by William. Rain forest ecology - Africa.; Rain forest conservation - Africa. Contents. Machine derived contents note: ix PREFACE ; William Weber and Amy Vedder ; Xiii ACKNOWLEDGMENTS ; Part I. The African Context ; 3 i. The African Rain Forest: Climate and Vegetation ; LeeJ.
T White ; 30 2. Human Dimensions of the African Rain Forest. Relics of the former Pan-African rain forest survived here, the study of which provides a unique insight into tropical evolutionary processes.
This book brings together research on the animals, plants and geography of this intriguing residual forest, and highlights the need for effective management practices to conserve its exceptional.
The first edition of Tropical Rain Forests: an Ecological and Biogeographical Comparison exploded the myth of ‘the rain forest’ as a single, uniform entity. In reality, the major tropical rain forest regions, in tropical America, Africa, Southeast Asia, Madagascar, and New Guinea, have as many differences as similarities, as a result of their isolation from each other during the evolution.
It's raining where Jessi and Squeaks live, so they decided to bust out some books and read up on a special kind of forest where it rains almost every day! .They are the gardeners of the forest - keystone species in the ecology of African and Southeast Asian forests, dispersing seeds, creating light gaps and pruning branch-tips whilst feeding.
Their habitat comprises two of the planet's three major tropical forest blocks .