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Edited by Lowman, Margaret; Nadkarni, Nalini M.; Foreword by Lovejoy, Thomas E., III
This text describes forest canopies: how they are constructed; how they function; what kind of organisms live there and how they influence one another; what sort of processes operate there; and how humans interact, currently and potentially, both as visitors and students of this ...ecosystem.Read more
Edited by Diamond, A. W.; Lovejoy, Thomas E., III
Contains 21 papers which deal with the status of tropical forest birds in regions throughout the world and the conservation action needed to guarantee their long-term future.
By Prance, Ghillean T.; Lovejoy, Thomas E., III
Edited by Peters, Robert L.; Lovejoy, Thomas E., III
Discusses the consequences of global warming for ecosystems by describing the responses of plants and animals to previous climate changes, interactions between various environmental components and synergisms between climate change and human activities such as deforestation.
Edited by Primack, Richard B.; Lovejoy, Thomas E., III
This collection of essays includes an overview of the timber industry in southeast Asia and a comparison of tropical rainforests there with those in other part of the world. It also describes plant and animal communities of the region and discusses the efforts made to preserve th...em.Read more
Edited by Lovejoy, Thomas E., III; Lee, Hannah
In the past, climate changes have had dramatic repercussions, including large numbers of extinctions and extensive shifts in species ranges.
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