Ecology and Conservation of Great Plains Vertebrates
Fritz L. Knopf, Fred B. Samson
Springer, Jan 1, 1997 - Nature - 320 pages
The Great Plains prairie, historically the largest single terrestrial ecosystem in North America, is now also its most threatened. Ecology and Conservation of Great Plains Vertebrates relates changes in grassland ecosystems to the ecology of vertebrate animals inhabiting the prairie.
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