Conservation Biology: Evolution in Action

Synopsis

The main goal of this book is to encourage and formalize the infusion of evolutionary thinking into mainstream conservation biology. It reviews the evolutionary foundations of conservation issues, and unifies conceptual and empirical advances in evolutionary conservation biology. The book can be used either as a primary textbook or as a supplementary reading in an advanced undergraduate or graduate level course - likely to be called Conservation Biology or in some cases Evolutionary Ecology. The focus of chapters is on current concepts in evolution as they pertain to conservation, and the empirical study of these concepts. The balanced treatment avoids exhaustive reviews and overlapping duplication among the chapters. Little background in genetics is assumed of thereader.

Additional information

Includes content by:
  • John C. Avise
  • David H. Reed
  • Barry W. Brook
  • Julianno B. M. Sambatti
  • Eli Stahl
  • John C. Avise
  • David H. Reed
  • Barry W. Brook
  • Julianno B. M. Sambatti
  • Eli Stahl
  • Susan Harrison
  • Michele R. Dudash
  • Courtney J. Murren
  • Thomas B. Smith
  • Gregory F. Grether
  • Daniel P. Faith
  • Philippine Vergeer
  • N. Joop Ouborg
  • Andrew P. Hendry
  • Judith M. Rhymer
  • Julie R. Etterson
  • George W. Gilchrist
  • Donna G. Folk
  • Scott P. Carroll
  • Jason V. Watters
  • Elizabeth Grace Boulding
  • Craig W. Benkman
  • Thomas L. Parchman
  • Adam M. Siepielski
  • Charles W. Fox
  • Geerat J. Vermeij
  • Sonia Altizer
  • Amy B. Pedersen
  • Maile C. Neel
  • Michelle Marvier
  • Mikko Heino
  • Ulf Dieckmann
Publisher: Place of publication:
  • New York
Publication year:
  • 2008