EcologyBy:- Begon Harper & Townsend. An introduction to Ecology
that is both inspiring and interesting to read. A continual point of
Ecology: From Individuals to Ecosystems. By:- Begon Harper &
Townsend This book very comprehensive, exploring all major
ecological concepts in great detail.
Methods By:-Southwood & Henderson. "The Ecologists Bible". An in
depth synthesis of the methods and techniques available for the study of
populations and ecosystems.
Rocky Shores. By:- Hawkins & Jones. Full of
information and easy to read - a must for any rock pool enthusiasts.
In EcologyBy:- PA Henderson - An
ideal field ecologybook - based on Southwood's book above, but more user
A Primer Of Conservation BiologyBy:- Richard B Primack. This book is a "quick" field guide to the major concepts and
problems faced in conservation biology.
Applied Biology and Natural Resource
ManagementBy:- McPherson & DeStefano. A good attempt at
bridging the gap between ecological theory and practical habitat management.
Ecological Risk AssessmentBy:-
Glenn W. Suter II. Primarily to do with effects of toxins on non-human biota. Primarily aimed at environmental
toxicologists/chemists. Very informative, but hard going if not a chemist.
NurtureBy:- Matt Ridley. A
slight deviation in that this is on the human genome and how influential are environmental factors. Re-visits this
debate in an informative and challenging manner.
BiologyBy Campbell and
Reece. A general Biology text aimed at graduates, but it is very informative, has masses of information, and
is a good read - one of the best biology books ever written. How often we forget some of the basics of the
biological systems we are trying to understand.
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