4 edition of Experimental ecology found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited by William J. Resetarits, Jr., Joseph Bernardo.|
|Contributions||Resetarits, William J., Bernardo, Joseph, 1963-|
|LC Classifications||QH541.24 .E955 2001|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvii, 470 p. :|
|Number of Pages||470|
This book assembles perspectives from ecologists using a wide range of experimental approaches, ranging from laboratory microcosms to manipulations of entire ecosystems, to assess the strengths and the limitations of experimentation in answering fundamental ecological questions. (source: Nielsen Book . Ecology: The Experimental Analysis of Distribution and Abundance by Charles J. Krebs () by Charles J. Krebs | 1 Jan out of 5 stars
Abstract. ELLENBERG, gives a comprehensive synopsis of the indicator values of about 2, plant species in the western part of Central Europe. With regard to the main environmental factors their so-called ecological % behavior has been briefly expressed by figures representing a scale of nine degrees. Scaling Relations in Experimental Ecology Book Description: This book discusses the impact of recent advances in the theory of "scaling relationships" and identifies critical issues that must be considered if experimental results are used to understand the temporal and spatial scales of actual ecosystems.
These Reviews discuss topics that may be rather dispersed in the literature, but with a high degree of relevance to experimental marine ecology. Monographs are comprehensive and integrated studies (up to pages) that represent a detailed synthesis and in-depth interpretation of results. Get this from a library! Scaling relations in experimental ecology. [R H Gardner;] -- Annotation This book discusses the impact of recent advances in the theory of "scaling relationships" and identifies critical issues that must be considered if experimental results are used to.
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Experimental ecology has since developed rapidly, and ecologists have carried out sophisticated manipulative experiments in terrestrial, marine, and freshwater habitats.
Experimental Experimental ecology book is an edited volume with 22 contributions from the leaders of experimental ecologyFormat: Paperback. Experimentation is a dominant approach in contemporary ecological research, pervading studies at all levels of biological organization and across diverse taxa and habitats.
Experimental Ecology assembles an eminent group of ecologists who synthesize insights from these varied sources into a cogent statement about experimentalism as an analytical paradigm, placing experimentation within the larger framework of ecological 5/5(1). Throughout the book, Krebs thoroughly explains the application of Experimental ecology book concepts in ecology while reinforcing these concepts with research references, examples, and interesting end-of-chapter review questions.
Thoroughly updated, the book includes new chapters on disease ecology (15) and the human impact on ecosystem health (28).5/5(1). Experimental Ecology assembles an eminent group of ecologists who synthesize insights from these varied sources into a cogent statement about experimentalism as an analytical paradigm, placing experimentation within the larger framework of ecological investigation.
Reflecting the way ecologists actually practice, the book emphasizes the role of experiments in testing ecological ideas and This best-selling majors ecology book continues to present ecology as a series of problems for readers to critically analyze/5.
Book Description. Experiments in ecology require careful planning to produce data that can be used correctly in statistical tests. Analysis of variance is an important set of tests which allow attention to be focussed on details of experimental design, such as the effect of different fertilizer by: This book discusses the impact of recent advances in the theory of "scaling relationships" and identifies critical issues that must be considered if experimental results are used to understand the temporal and spatial scales of actual ecosystems.
This book, first published indescribes how to design ecological experiments from a statistical basis using analysis of variance, so that we can draw reliable conclusions.
The logical procedures that lead to a need for experiments are described, followed by an introduction to simple statistical by: Experimental ecology of the feeding of fishes Unknown Binding – January 1, Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App.
Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device required.5/5(1). Ecology: The Experimental Analysis of Distribution and Abundance, Sixth Edition builds on a clear writing style, historical perspective, and emphasis on data analysis with an updated, reorganized discussion of key topics and two new chapters on climate change and animal : On-line Supplement.
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Ecology: the experimental analysis of distribution and abundance by Charles J. Krebs; 16 editions; First published in ; Subjects: Biogeography, Ecology, Population biology, Methodology, Écologie, Méthodologie, Ecology. Ecology: The Experimental Analysis of Distribution and Abundance.
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1 Star Brand: Columbia University Press. A First Course in Design and Analysis of Experiments Gary W. Oehlert University of Minnesota. Experimental Design for the Life Sciences equips you with the skills you need to effectively design experiments, making this essential aspect of the research process readily understandable.
It demonstrates how good experimental design relies on clear thinking and biological understanding, not mathematical or statistical by: Community Ecology, 2nd Edition. Author(s): Peter J. Morin; This book introduces the reader to a balanced coverage of concepts and theories central to community ecology, using examples drawn from terrestrial, freshwater, and marine systems, and focusing on animal, plant, and microbial species.
Peter Morin is a leading experimental. Ecology is the study of intricate interactions among living and nonliving things and their environment. Designing ecology experiments might sound overwhelming. But ecology embraces many fascinating areas of science, including ecosystems, animal behavior, populations and physiological ecology.
Assembles perspectives from ecologists using a wide range of experimental approaches, ranging from laboratory microcosms to manipulations of entire ecosystems, to. The Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology provides a forum for experimental ecological research on marine organisms in relation to their areas include studies that focus on biochemistry, physiology, behavior, genetics, and ecological theory.
The main emphasis of the Journal lies in hypothesis driven experimental work, both from the laboratory and the field. Chaos in Ecology will explain how simple beginnings result in complicated results.
Chaos in Ecology is the inaugural volume of Theoretical Ecology Series. The authors of this volume have employed data from a proven model system in population dynamics. As a result, this book will be of interest to anyone interested in the ecology of populations.Ecology: the experimental analysis of distribution and abundance | Krebs, Charles J.
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[William J Resetarits; Joseph Bernardo;] -- Experimentation is now a dominant approach in ecology, pervading studies at all levels of biological organization and across diverse taxa and habitats.
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