Some of the world's most advanced work on biodiversity is being carried out deep in the jungles of Papua New Guinea by a team including local tribes-people. Novotny's entertaining, engaging...
Where do camels belong? In the Arab world may seem the obvious answer, but they are relative newcomers there. They evolved in North America, retain their greatest diversity in South...
How the study of ecology and evolution can fortify us against disaster and war.
By explaining the many ways in which insects avoid becoming a meal for a predator, and the ways in which predators evade their defensive strategies, this book conveys an essential...
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Michael Begon; Robert W. Howarth
Essentials of Ecology presents introductory ecology in an accessible, state-of-the-art format designed to cultivate the novice student's understanding of, and...
David Huddart; Tim Stott
Presents an integrated model of the geological, atmospheric, oceanographic and biological Earth systems operating today. Gives an holistic overview of how the interacting systems have created the changing nature of...
A photographic celebration of Clattinger Farm, probably the finest remaining traditional hay meadow in Britain.
How do ecological and evolutionary factors maintain the balance of diverse species (including humans) in an ecosystem? With examples ranging from Bhutan to California, Christopher Wills explains the processes. He...
At the close of the last Ice Age - right as the first humans reached the Americas - a whole menagerie of giant beasts vanished forever. In Once and Future...
New in the bestselling, wildly popular Evil Genius series, this book is filled with slightly wicked projects that reduce waste, recycle, and convert end-results into items of value to be...
John I. Spicer
Biodiversity: A Beginner's Guide combines the most up-to-date scientific thought with a genuine passion for the natural world. John Spicer explores the causes behind the current crisis in biodiversity, and...
Charles R. Sheppard
Coral reefs are among the most biodiverse of ecosystems. In this Very Short Introduction, Charles Sheppard tells the fascinating story of how and where coral reefs are formed and the...
The C&C framework, which has been pioneered and advocated by GCI at the United Nations over the past decade, is based on the thesis of aEquity & Survivala. It seeks...
Adrian Levy; Cathy Scott-Clark
The Kashmir Kidnapping that changed the face of modern terrorism.
The author's Gaia theory, the idea that our planet is a living, self-regulating system, has transformed the way we see our planet and what is now happening to it. In...
Jo Smith; Pete Smith
Environmental Modelling: An Introduction shows how modelling can be used to explain experimental observations, and how these observations - and data gathered - can be extrapolated to explain novel situations...