Basic concepts of ecology
Introduction; Basic principles of ecology; Abiotic factors - the terrestrial environment; Abiotic factors - the aquatic environment; Climatology; Biotic factors; The food factor; Population ecology; Community ecology; Ecological succession; The basic environments - terrestrial areas; The basic environments - aquatic areas; Statistical procedures in ecology; The ecological outlook.
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Basic Principles of Ecology
Abiotic FactorsThe Terrestrial
Abiotic FactorsThe Aquatic Environment
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