This series provides illustrated guides to the plants, animals, ecology, conservation and management of a wide range of different habitats. The series will build to a library of eight unique practical guides for use in the field as well as for general study. All books in the series contain
* illustrated species boxes featuring typical plants and animals
* a glossary of key terms
* practical exercises
* attractive illustrations including colour photos.
See below for the first three titles in this series.
By Michael B.K. Darkoh, Apollo Rwomire
December 20, 2018
This title was first published in 2003. Based on a blend of knowledge and perspectives from a variety of disciplines this volume examines the human-environment interaction in Africa, with a focus on the economic, social and political processes that generate environmental change and problems in this...
By Mark Maier, Jennifer Imazeki
April 30, 1999
Now updated for web-based research, the third edition of The Data Game introduces students to the collection, use, and interpretation of statistical data in the social sciences. Separate chapters are devoted to data in the fields of demography, housing, health, education, crime, the national ...
By Mark Frater, Helen J. Read
August 04, 1999
Woodland habitats explores the history and ecology of British woodland and explains why they a re such a valuable resource. It examines the wide range of different types of woodland habitats and the typical species that live within them. It offers a practical guide to all the key woodland issues ...
By Elizabeth Price
February 21, 2003
Grasslands are everywhere: agricultural land, playing fields and road verges; but while species-poor, intensively managed grasslands are widespread, colourful semi-natural grasslands and heathlands, buzzing with life, are scarce. These semi-natural habitats are ancient, cultural landscapes, which ...
By Alan F. Fielding, Paul F. Haworth
July 22, 1999
Upland Habitats presents a comprehensive illustrated guide to the habits wildlife and conservation of Britains last wilderness areas. These include: heather moors, sheep walk deer forest, blanket bogs, montane and sub-montane forests. The book examines the unique characteristics of uplands and the ...
By C. Philip Wheater
June 21, 1999
The author presents an illustrated and practical guide to the wide range of urban habitats and the flora and fauna that live within them. The important conservation and management issues presently being faced within our towns and cities are examined.Topics of concern to the conservationalist or ...