Field and laboratory methods for general ecology, Volume 1

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WCB McGraw-Hill, 1998 - Science - 273 pages
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This introductory ecology lab manual focuses on the process of collecting, recording and analyzing data, and equips students with the tools they need to function in more advanced science courses. It reflects the most current techniques for data gathering so that students can obtain the most accurate samples. Balanced coverage of plant, animal and physical elements offers a diverse range of exercises. Includes exercise on writing research reports.

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Contents

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Unit 5
20
Analysis of Habitats
27
2b Atmospheric Analysis
40
2c Substrate Analysis
46
Introduction
54
Suggested exercises
61
Selected references
85
Selected references
160
4e Predation
167
5
173
Sc Community Similarity
188
5d Ecological Succession
194
Analysis of Production
199
6b Aquatic Productivity
206
6c Aquatic Microecosystems
212

ecological measurements
87
3e Aquatic Sampling
115
Suggested exercises
122
3g Removal Sampling
128
Analysis of Populations
137
4c Population Dispersion
152
Appendix B Equivalents for Units
222
Atomic Weights of Elements
229
Z 11
234
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