Ecology and Biogeography of Pinus (Revised)

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$79.19
Publisher
Cambridge University Press
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Pages
548
Dimensions
7.18 X 9.88 X 0.97 inches | 2.49 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9780521789103

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Reviews
'To put a book like this together ... is a major task and Dave Richardson is to be congratulated with the result as are the 40 contributors ... a most welcome and beautifully executed new 'handbook' to the ecology and biogeography of Pinus ... highly recommended to all serious students and aficionados of the pines of the world.' Aljos Farjon, Commonwealth Forestry Review
'David Richardson ... has expertly edited an extremely useful manual on the genus Pinus.' S. Woodward, Forestry
'This book deserves to remain the standard reference work on the genus for many years.' John Parnell, Journal of Ecology
'The resulting book is a monumental synthesis of these topics for arguably the most important tree genus in the world.' BioScience
'... all concerned are to be congratulated upon the production of this splendid book, which should be on the shelves of all libraries covering trees and forests.' Arboricultural Journal
'This book presents a definitive view of pine ecology and biogeography. It is an essential source of reference for all those concerned with the management of natural and planted pines.' Agroforestry News
'It is something that all serious ecologists, foresters and biogeographers should read, and will no doubt be an important reference for many years to come.' B. W. van Wilgen, South African Journal of Science
'The editors, authors, Cambridge University Press and all concerned are to be congratulated upon the production of this splendid book, which should be on the shelves of all libraries covering trees and forests.' Arboricultural Journal
'... covers a wide range of topics relating to pine with sufficient depth and clarity to be of interest to the specialist and general reader alike ... [a] huge achievement.' Janice Fuller, The Holocene
'This book presents a definitive review of pine ecology and biogeography ... an essential reference for all concerned with the management of natural and planted pine forests.' Cab Abstracts