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There is much public concern about threats to global biodiversity. Industrial pollution, changes in agricultural practices and climate change, are all having a direct impact on biodiversity. In this book the Editors provide a broad view of the many threats to global biodiversity imposed by human-induced changes and an overview of the policy responses required to combat them. This excellent text includes the work of some 44 authors and offers a solid description of the current understanding of threats to biodiversity with a range of illustrative examples - a valuable point of reference for ecologists, environmental scientists, and students as well as, policymakers and all other environmental professionals.

 
A. D. Watt, R. H. W. Bradshaw, J. Young, D. Alard, T. Bolger, D. Chamberlain, F. Fernández-González, R. Fuller, P. Gurrea, K. Henle, R. Johnson, Z. Korsós, P. Lavelle, J. Niemelä, P. Nowicki, M. Rebane, C. Scheidegger, J. P. Sousa, C. Van Swaay and A. Vanbergen
Copyright Year:2007
Print ISBN: 978-0-85404-251-7
PDF eISBN: 978-1-84755-765-0
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