Invertebrates as Webmasters in Ecosystems

Invertebrates as Webmasters in Ecosystems
Publisher: CABI | ISBN: 085199394X | edition 2000 | File type: PDF | 352 pages | 7,8 mb

The purpose of this book is to review and assess our current understanding of invertebrates in terrestrial and terrestrially-dominated (i.e. lower-order stream) ecosystems. It emphasises the centrality of the activity of invertebrates, which influence ecosystem function far out of proportion to their physical mass in a wide range of situations, particularly at the interface between land and air (litter/soil), water and land (sediments) and in tree canopies and root/soil systems. Consisting of 16 chapters by authors from the USA, Canada, Europe and Australia, the book is essential reading for ecologists and invertebrate biologists.

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