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LARGE-SCALE ECOLOGY AND CONSERVATION BIOLOGY   1994
Edited by
P.J. Edwards
R.M. May
N.R. Webb

1.  The effects of spatial scale on ecological questions and answers

2.  Historical development of alternative communities in a hemlock-
    hardwood forest in northern Michigan, USA

3.  Animal distributions: patterns and processes

4.  Spatial distribution of marine organism: patterns and processes

5.  Metapopulations and conservation

6.  Conserving insect habitats in heathland biotopes: a question of scale

7.  Declining farmland bird species: modelling geographical patterns
    of abundance in Britain

8.  Scale and patterns of community structure in Amazonian forests

9.  Harvesting species of different lifespans

10. Blanket bogs in Great Britain: an assessment of large-scale pattern
    and distribution using remote sensing and GIS 

11. Tsetse distribution in Africa: seeing the wood and the trees 

12.  Monitoring species performance of common dominant plant species

13.  An investigation into methods for categorizing the conservation
     status of species

14.  Turning conservation goals into tangible results: the case of the
     spotted owl and old-growth forests

15.  The ecological component of economic policy 

16.  Translating ecological science into practical policy

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