Global Environmental Change
Plants Animals & Communities
By Jonathan Graves & Duncan Reavey
226 p. illus.
Global Environmental Change not only introduces the imperative subject of global environmental change, but identifies in particular, its implications for plants, animals and biological communities. This unique text explains the basics of how environmental change affects biological processes in a wide range of fields as diverse as cell biology, genetics, physiology and ecology, thus linking vital parts of the undergraduate biology syllabus. As well as providing a comprehensive introduction to the subject, a clear and impartial approach is taken on the present and future effects of environmental changes supported by results taken from the latest scientific investigations.
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