7 edition of The ecology of small mammals found in the catalog.
Bibliography: p. -60.
|Statement||M. J. Delany.|
|Series||Institute of Biology"s Studies in biology ; no. 51, Institute of Biology"s studies in biology ;, no. 51.|
|LC Classifications||QL737.R6 D44|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 60 p. :|
|Number of Pages||60|
|ISBN 10||0713124733, 0713124741|
|LC Control Number||75325542|
In his book The Biology of Small Mammals, Merritt undertakes the formidable task of compiling, summarizing, and synthesizing our knowledge of small mammals, more specifically, the “adaptations that enhance survival in many different environments.” The book is divided into 4 major sections: an Introduction, followed by Part One “Modes of Feeding,” Part Two “Environmental . This volume gives a current overview of theoretical considerations and empirical findings of activity patterns in small mammals, a group in which the energetic and ecological constraints are particularly severe and the diversity of activity patterns is particularly high.
About this book. Read our interview with the series creators The Handbook of Mammals of the World (HMW) is an unprecedented, lavishly illustrated reference work for the Class series of 9 large-format volumes describes and illustrates every currently recognized mammal species, along with a detailed overview of each mammalian Family. Small Mammal Populations and Ecology in the Kings River Sustainable Forest Ecosystems Project Area1 William F. Laudenslayer, Jr.2 and Roberta J. Fargo3 Abstract Small mammals are important components of woodlands and forests. Since , we have been studying several aspects of small mammal ecology in oak woodlands in western.
Small Mammal Conservation: The Genus Martes as Case Study Mohammed Ashraf Mega vertebrates from mammalian guild often receive wholesale package of conservation attention both from socio-political and ecological spectrum. This is largely due to the human perspective based on our ecological and conservation prejudice stem from 'ramshackle and ill-conceived' mindset that large . From their largely descriptive beginnings about a half century ago, studies on the ecology of small mammals have mushroomed in number, scope, content and complexity. Rating: (not yet rated) 0 with reviews - Be the first.
Marine biological station, Gulf Coast, Fla.
Budget adjustment bill summary
Sonny Jim of Sandy Point
Complete Guide to Boat Kits and Plans 1996
Dramatic documents from the Elizabethan playhouses
Remarks on an act of Parliament, passed in the 15th year of His Majestys reign, on the credit of Vice-Admiral Sir Hugh Pallisers information
Bolton as it was..
Mary Rebecca Carroll.
MISS LIBERTY CAPER
The Ecology of small mammals: Rodents and Shrews of Arsi Highland Massifs, Ethiopia Paperback – J by Mohammed Kasso Geda (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editionsAuthor: Mohammed Kasso Geda. The ecology of small mammals (Institute of Biology's Studies in biology ; no.
51) Hardcover – January 1, Cited by: Like all branches of science, small mammal ecology has been subject to a series of fashionable approaches, one following another as tech nology penetrates previously impregnable regions.
Doubtless the future development of our science will be punctuated by wave upon wave of new endeavour in whole fields that are perhaps even yet unidentified. An ecological study on species composition, relative abundance and habitat association of small mammals and the impact of human interference on their abundance and diversity was carried out in Nechisar National Park during August, to April, A total of 25 species of small mammals were recorded from the study : Sintayehu Workeneh Dejene.
Landscape Ecology of Small Mammals th Edition by Gary W. Barrett (Editor), John D. Peles (Editor), I. Hanski (Foreword) & ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important.
ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book. Format: Hardcover. About this book Small mammals can be regarded as excellent subjects to test suppositions about population growth migration and reproduction, and, in particular, on how the complex physical structure of the environment affects the ecology of populations and communities.
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment; Ecosphere. Open access. Articles. Ecology. Vol Issue 1. Book Review. The Ecology of Small Mammals. David A. Lovejoy. Search for more papers by this author. David A.
Lovejoy. Search for more papers by this author. First published: 01 January Author: David A. Lovejoy. The Biology of Small Mammals is the first exploration of the lives of small mammals undertaken in decades.
Mammalogist Joseph F. Merritt offers an engaging, in-depth discussion about a diverse array of small mammals, from the rare Kitti’s hog-nosed bat of Southeast Asia to the bizarre aye-aye of Madagascar to the familiar woodchuck of North by: The Biology of Small Mammals is the first exploration of the lives of small mammals undertaken in decades.
Mammalogist Joseph F. Merritt offers an engaging, in-depth discussion about a 5/5(1). The Biology of Small Mammals is the first exploration of the lives of small mammals undertaken in decades. Mammalogist Joseph F. Merritt offers an engaging, in-depth discussion about a diverse array of small mammals, from the rare Kittis hog-nosed bat of Southeast Asia to the bizarre aye-aye of Madagascar to the familiar woodchuck of North America.4/5(7).
Choice Utilizing fossil records and extant small mammals, the author provides an interesting look into their physical make up and way of life. Wildlife Activist Where Dr. Merritt's book shines and separates itself from other mammalogy books is when he adds the details, examples, and colorful commentary allowing readers to share his.
Merritt outlines this book directly from his more general textbook on mammals, which limits his discussion of topics applicable to the study of small mammals specifically.
An entire section dealing. Landscape Ecology of Small Mammals Chapter January with Reads How we measure 'reads' A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract.
Buy Landscape Ecology of Small Mammals () (): NHBS - Gary W Barrett, John D Peles, Springer Nature. small mammal populations, and further reduce the availability of prey to specialist small carnivores such as weasels Mustela nivalis (L.) and stoats M. erminea (L.) (Alcock & Warsop ). The Ecology of small mammals: Rodents and Shrews of Arsi Highland Massifs, Ethiopia Paperback – July 29 by Mohammed Kasso Geda (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editionsAuthor: Mohammed Kasso Geda.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Delany, M.J. Ecology of small mammals. London: Edward Arnold, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book. About this book. Small mammals (Rodents and Insectivores) constitute % of total mammal species found in India. In spite of their abundance, this largest group among mammals has received little attention of ecologists.
This book is an endeavour to cover small mammals of the whole state. In other words, these small mammal studies can help formulate landscape ecological principles. This book summarizes a great deal of experimental work on the spatial ecology of small mammals.
The field has entered an exciting stage with several new techniques (such as GIS and systems modeling) becoming available.
About this book. The ability of small mammals to exploit environmental resources, based upon a rapid adaptation to short-term changes in population and/or the environment, as well as to a variety of local conditions, implies a strong impact upon natural resources.
1 Life-history strategies.- Introduction.- Evolution and life-history strategies.- Individual selection.- Kin selection.- Group selection.- Demographic components of life-history strategies.- Theoretical considerations.- Empirical data.- Energetic components of life-history strategies.- The evolution of food habits and food niche breadth.- The evolution of .Book Review: The Biology of Small Mammals by J.
F. Merritt Merritt J. F. The Biology of Small Mammals. Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore, Maryland. pp. ISBN Author: Gregory Hartman.Since small mammals have a large surface to mass ratio, one would expect them to quickly dehydrate and perish at high environmental temperatures.
Nonetheless, a large number of small mammal species inhabit deserts. This fascinating phenomenon is investigated by Prof. A. Allan Degen in his