The Kingdom of Rarities : The Story of America's Eastern National Forests

By (author) Dinerstein, Eric

"The Kingdom of Rarities" presents a new context for understanding rarity and its implications, both for our understanding of how the natural world works and for what it can teach us about protecting biodiversity during a time of large-scale environmental change. Using cutting-edge science from remote outposts around the world, award-winning author Eric Dinerstein animates the key questions that scientists are asking themselves about why some species are so abundant and others not. What are the rarest species and why are they most likely to be found in certain types of environments? Which species have always been rare, and which have only recently been made rare? Which should we seek to protect most? Throughout, Dinerstein explores rarity as a central principle within conservation biology, advancing both our understanding of the natural world and inspiring the creation of new tools and technologies that can help us add to our knowledge and design more effective conservation strategies. He focuses on real-time threats to biodiversity, from climate change to habitat fragmentation, and draws on his long and distinguished scientific career to illuminate the concept of rarity for readers across the spectrum of scientific knowledge.

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書名 The Kingdom of Rarities : The Story of America's Eastern National Forests
著作者等 Dinerstein, Eric
書名別名 The Story of America's Eastern National Forests
出版元 Island Press
刊行年月 2013.01.22
ページ数 336p
大きさ H231 x W155
ISBN 9781610911955
言語 英語
出版国 アメリカ合衆国
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