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Annals

The Year in Ecology and Conservation Biology

Edited by Edited by Richard S. Ostfeld and William H. Schlesinger (Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies, Millbrook, New York)
The Year in Ecology and Conservation Biology

Published: March 2011

Volume 1223

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As in past installments of “The Year in Ecology and Conservation Biology” series, this year’s volume contains a diverse collection of timely reviews in conservation biology and scientific, policy, and management implications, including reviews in the following areas: ecosystem services provided by bats; emerging indirect and long-term road salt effects on ecosystems; environmental ethics and human ecology; environmental impacts of mountaintop mining valley fill operations for aquatic ecosystems of the Central Appalachians; urban biodiversity, patterns and mechanisms; anthropogenic impacts on marine ecosystems in Antarctica; understanding the role of co-factors in driving amphibian losses; tropical forest ecosystems and unsustainable hunting.