Habitat Ecology and Analysis

Autor Joseph A. Veech
en Limba Engleză Paperback – 18 ian 2021

The identification and analysis of the particular habitat needs of a species has always been a central focus of research and applied conservation in both ecology and wildlife biology. Although these two academic communities have developed quite separately over many years, there is now real value in attempting to unify them to allow better communication and awareness by practitioners and students from each discipline. Despite the recent dramatic increase in the types of quantitative methods for conducting habitat analyses, there is no single reference that simultaneously explains and compares all these new techniques. This accessible textbook provides the first concise, authoritative resource that clearly presents these emerging methods together and demonstrates how they can be applied to data using statistical methodology, whilst putting the decades-old pursuit of analyzing habitat into historical context. Habitat Ecology and Analysis is written for senior undergraduate and graduate students taking courses in wildlife ecology, conservation biology, and habitat ecology as well as professional ecologists, wildlife biologists, conservation biologists, and land managers requiring an accessible overview of the latest methodology.

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ISBN-13: 9780198829416
ISBN-10: 0198829418
Pagini: 240
Ilustrații: 37 colour line figures and 10 colour photographs
Dimensiuni: 190 x 12 x 247 mm
Greutate: 0 kg
Colecția OUP Oxford
Locul publicării:Oxford, United Kingdom


Excellent discussion material for research groups that specialize in space-use ecology and would like to explore a non-traditional perspective.

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Joseph A. Veech is Associate Professor at the Department of Biology, Texas State University, USA. He has broad research interests in the ecological and evolutionary factors that affect the distribution and abundance of species and biodiversity. A particular focus of his research concerns the over-riding importance of habitat. He is also interested in developing novel methods for the statistical analysis of ecological data, teaching those methods, andinstilling quantitative proficiency in students.