Islands Biological Diversity and Ecosystem Function /
Oceanic islands represent a set of systems in which biological diversity varies as a consequence of remoteness or size, not environment; they are also generally simpler than continental ecosystems. Islands therefore provide an opportunity to determine the direct effects of biological diversity on ec...
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Berlin, Heidelberg :
Springer Berlin Heidelberg,
|Series:||Ecological Studies, Analysis and Synthesis,