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The Year in Ecology and Conservation Biology (3)

Edited by Edited by Richard S. Ostfeld (Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies) and Alison G. Power (Cornell University)
The Year in Ecology and Conservation Biology (3)

Published: August 2014

Volume 1322

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This seventh installment of The Year in Ecology and Conservation Biology review series presents scholarly discussions on pesticide poisoning of Africa's wildlife; resource depletion, pollen coupling, and the ecology of mast seeding; the economics of restoration; the ecosystem approach to fisheries; inclusion of costs in conservation planning; contending with uncertainty in conservation management decisions; and fine- and coarse-filter conservation strategies in a time of climate change.