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> Ecology in Action

Ecology in Action


Fred D. Singer, Radford University, Virginia
Published 2024


Providing students with a solid understanding of core ecological concepts while explaining how ecologists raise and answer real-world questions, this second edition weaves together classic and cutting-edge case studies to bring the subject to life. It is fully updated throughout, including two chapters devoted to climate change ecology, along with extensive coverage of disease ecology, and has been designed specifically to equip students with the tools to analyze and interpret real data. Each chapter emphasizes the linkage between observations, ideas,…

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  • Provides students with a confident understanding of the concepts and important issues through its engaging structure and rich pedagogy integrated throughout all the chapters
  • Transforms students into active ecologists by emphasizing the ecological process right from the origin of ideas, and equipping them with the tools to analyze and draw conclusions from real data
  • Engages students through its stunning imagery and personal narrative written by an experienced and passionate teacher

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