By Donald L. Sparks
- Maintains the top influence issue between serial courses in agriculture
- Presents well timed stories on vital agronomy matters
- Enjoys a long-standing attractiveness for excellence within the box
Read Online or Download Advances in Agronomy: 124 PDF
Best ecology books
The plant fossil checklist shows that the genus Metasequoia used to be generally dispensed during the Northern Hemisphere from the early overdue Cretaceous to the Plio-Pleistocene. this day the genus has reduced in size to at least one species with nearly 5,000 mature members in southeastern China’s Xiahoe Valley. This e-book distills the present realizing of the biology, ecology and body structure of fossil and dwelling Metasequoia, present study instructions and difficulties that stay unresolved.
The book offers an up to date account of mangrove forests from Asia, including recovery concepts, and the administration standards of those ecosystems to make sure their sustainability and conservation. All features of mangroves and their conservation are significantly re-examined. The book is divided into three sections proposing the distribution and standing of mangrove ecosystems in Asia, the demanding situations they're dealing with, their matters and possibilities, and the administration thoughts for his or her conservation.
This name contains a variety of Open entry chapters. With expanding worldwide urbanization, the environments and ecologies of towns are usually seemed to endure. whereas pollutants and destruction of eco-friendly house and species might happen, towns additionally stay a part of ordinary platforms. towns offer ordinary procedures important for survival for people and different dwelling organisms in city parts.
- Mimicking Nature's Fire: Restoring Fire-Prone Forests In The West
- Soay Sheep: Dynamics and Selection in an Island Population
- Envisioning Nature, Science, and Religion
- Algen, Quallen, Wasserfloh: Die Welt des Planktons (German Edition)
Additional resources for Advances in Agronomy: 124
Advances in Agronomy: 124 by Donald L. Sparks