How will patterns of human interaction with the earth's
eco-system impact on biodiversity loss over the long term--not in
the next ten or even fifty years, but on the vast temporal scale be
dealt with by earth scientists? This volume brings together data
from population biology, community ecology, comparative biology,
and paleontology to answer this question.
Subjects: Ecology & Evolutionary Biology
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