4 edition of Biodiversity in land-inland water ecotones found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited by Jean-Bernard Lachavanne and Raphaëlle Juge.|
|Series||Man and the biosphere series ;, v. 18|
|Contributions||Lachavanne, J. B., Juge, Raphaëlle., International Association of Theoretical and Applied Limnology. Congress|
|LC Classifications||QH541.15.E27 B56 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xviii, 308 p. :|
|Number of Pages||308|
|ISBN 10||9231033522, 1850707359|
|LC Control Number||96033108|
The location and persistence of surface water (inland and coastal) is both affected by climate and human activity 1 and affects climate 2,3, biological diversity 4 and human wellbeing 5, 1 day ago Biodiversity is important to humans for many reasons. Biodiversity is also considered by many to have intrinsic value—that is, each species has a value and a right to exist, whether or not it is known to have value to humans. The biodiversity book by the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO; Morton & Hill ) describes 5 core (and interacting) values that
1 THE LANDSCAPE OF SOURCE WATER PROTECTION. In degraded river and lake basins, the ability of terrestrial and freshwater ecosystems to sustain biodiversity is typically reduced, and ecosystem services can be compromised (Sala et al., ).Changes to land cover (e.g. the reduction of natural forests, grasslands, and wetlands) and land uses across the globe are implicated as major sources of Ecotones have been studied in the past four decades in an ecological context and in recent years are receiving increasing attention in the context of biodiversity conservation. Various studies have shown that species richness and abundances tend to peak in ecotonal areas,
This book should be of interest to higher level undergraduate and graduate students of biology, ecology, geography, forestry, agronomy, landscape architecture and planning, sociology, economy, history, archeology, anthropology; and also to land managers, educators and :// Biodiversity in pakistan and muslim country Land degradation jeopardizes livelihoods of over 1 billion people. • More than 50% of the world’s wetlands have been drained, populations of inland water and species have declined by 50% between and
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[J B Lachavanne; Raphaëlle Juge; International Association of Theoretical and Applied Limnology. Congress;] -- Philosophers, writers and scientists, from cell biologists to ecologists, have long recognized the special nature of boundaries and interface areas of all :// studying the patterns and regulating factors of biodiversity Land-inland water ecotones have to receive more attention in 25 the future Key biodiversity-related questions 27 Objectives of this book 30 Acknowledgements 33 References 33 IX.
Biodiversity in land-inland water ecotones 2. DYNAMICS OF DIVERSITY AND ITS EXPRESSION In book: Biodiversity in land-inland water ecotones, Chapter: Chapter 7 Amphibian diversity and land-water ecotones, Publisher: UNESCO and Parthenon Publishing Group, Editors: J.B.
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Kluwer Academic Publishers. Hydrobiology Wetlands often occur as ecotones (transition zones) between dryland and a water body (e.g., along the margins of lakes, ponds, reservoirs, rivers, and streams or in channels of sluggish or intermittent streams and rivers; Figure 1).Low-lying lands in these locations may be frequently flooded during high-water periods.
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ebook access is temporary and does not include ownership of the ebook. Only valid for books with an ebook › Life Sciences › Ecology. This paper discusses the ecotone concept as applied to land-water interfaces, and highlights important characteristics and functions of ecotones. Attention is drawn to the relevance and importance of ecotones to the conservation and managenent of tropical inland waters, under-scoring the need for investigations of ecosystem processes in these Role of land/inland water ecotones in landscape management and restoration.
Paris: UNESCO, © (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Robert J Naiman; H Décamps; Frédéric Fournier; :// We analyzed the distributional pattern of species and environmental gradients across inland water-land palm ecotones (morichals) of the Orinoco lowlands to increase comprehension of the nature of ecotone heterogeneity.
A total of 91 species (53 genera and 45 families) with aboveground phytomass > g dry mass were recorded. Detrented canonical correspondence analysis (DCCA) indicated that Ecotones are created because of abrupt changes in environmental conditions.
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