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Hypertext Book in Biodiversity and Conservation



An on-line text book describing the origin, nature and value of biological diversity, the threats to its continued existence, and approaches to preserving what is left
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Website: http://darwin.bio.uci.edu/~sustain/bio65/Titlpage.htm
   


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An on-line text book on Biodiversity and Conservation, including hundreds of links to sites giving more detailed information and up-to-date coverage of contemporary issues and pending legislation.TABLE OF CONTENTSChapter 1: INTRODUCTION, HISTORY OF LIFE Chapter 2: THE AGE OF MAMMALS Chapter 3: EXTINCTION AND DEPLETION FROM OVER-EXPLOITATION Chapter 4: WHALING AND FISHING Chapter 5: OVEREXPLOITATION THREATENING LIVING SPECIES Chapter 6: GLOBAL PATTERNS OF BIODIVERSITY Chapter 7: VALUES OF BIODIVERSITY Chapter 8: ENDANGERED SPECIES PROTECTION Chapter 9: EXOTIC INTRODUCTIONS Chapter 10: FORESTS AND DEFORESTATION Chapter 11: ENDANGERED AQUATIC HABITATS Chapter 12: ISLANDS Chapter 13: PROTECTED AREAS Chapter 14: HABITAT POLLUTION Chapter 15: CAPTIVE BREEDING AND REINTRODUCTION Chapter 16: HUMAN POPULATION GROWTH


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