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Hardcover. No jacket. Superficial marks and light scores on boards. Sticker mark on rear board. Leading corners, edges and spine ends are lightly bumped and worn. Spine head and upper leading corners are nicked. Pages are clean and contents are clear throughout. Binding is sound. HCW. Buchnummer des Verkäufers
Inhaltsangabe: Red Data Books (RDB) covers a group of lower plants which are extremely vulnerable to change in the British countryside. The impacts of air pollution, Dutch elm disease, intensification of agriculture and over-tidying of woodlands are covered. There are 177 data sheets describing appearance, distribution, ecology, threats and conservation requirements. The photographs show selected species and habitats.
Über den Autor: Currently a Reader in the Department of Landscape Architecture at Sheffield University, Oliver Gilbert has almost 30 years of teaching and research experience within universities. He first became aware of lichens whilst working as a botanist at Malham Tarn Field Centre, which led him to complete a PhD in the subject of lichens and air pollution. He has a special interest in applied and urban ecology, and is the author of numerous research papers and books. He was elected an honorary member of the British Lichen Society in 1996.
Titel: Red Data Books of Britain and Ireland: ...
Verlag: Joint Nature Conservation Committee