By Rodrigo Gámez Lobo,Maarten Kappelle,Thomas E. Lovejoy
In Costa Rican Ecosystems, Maarten Kappelle brings jointly a set of the world’s most appropriate specialists on Costa Rican ecology—outstanding scientists comparable to Daniel H. Janzen, Jorge Cortés, Jorge A. Jiménez, Sally P. Horn, Robert O. Lawton, Quírico Jiménez M., Carlos Manuel Rodríguez, Catherine M. Pringle, and Eduardo Carrillo J., between others—to provide the 1st accomplished account of the variety, constitution, functionality, makes use of, and conservation of Costa Rica’s ecosystems. that includes a foreword and introductory comments through well known leaders in biodiversity technology and ecological conservation, Thomas E. Lovejoy and Rodrigo Gámez Lobo, as well as chapters highlighting the geology, soils, and weather of Costa Rica, in addition to the ecosystems of its terrestrial, freshwater, and marine habitats, and together with formerly unpublished details on Isla del Coco, this gorgeous color-illustrated e-book can be a necessary reference for educational scientists, scholars, traditional background courses, conservationists, educators, park guards, and viewers alike.
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