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An indispensible resource for the ecologist or climatologist May 3 2005
By Casey Allen - Published on
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Combining two usually-separate fields of study is no easy task. Bonan however, takes on this arduous task and accomplishes it admirably. In thoroughly researched and well laid-out chapters, he explains the often overlooked link between climate and ecology in a straight-forward and easy-to-understand way.

Included in the book are many recent (global) climate models and how they (might) affect the world's ecology. Alongside these models, he also reviews and explains--in good detail, but easy-to-read format--every ecosystem, from soils to urban centers and leaf area index to agricultural systems.

The affects climate has on ecology, and vice-versa, is often overlooked (or down-played) in mainstream science, and (graduate) students of either (or a related) discipline would be well-advised to include this book in their library. It uses examples from not only North America (where the author resides), but from all parts of the world, further extending its applicability and value.
natural carbon sinks Feb. 13 2014
By Siobhan Brittain - Published on
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This book is excellent
The various chapters go through the mechanism s of the carbon cycle and explain the vital role plants play in storing carbon and how it cycles through the atmosphere
The only problem was some knowledge of calculus is required for some of the chapters
Overall great!
Don't buy this. March 27 2013
By Sara B. Basso - Published on
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This book first off is very poorly made. I've had it for about a month and treated it well and it's already falling apart. Pages just fall out. Definitions are not provided in the back of the book and do not do a good job explaining definitions of terms or equations within the chapters either. Doesn't provide good conceptual examples of how to apply the equations other than the direct examples which are not very helpful. Also even though it claims to be prime, took weeks to arrive. recommend not buying this book. I'm a 4th year college student who is getting a minor in climate change studies and this is by far the worst text I've had to use for any of the classes.
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a book about ecological stuffatology June 11 2014
By Mister George, III - Published on
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I work at a college where a professor told me they would like to order this book. I did. They have not complained! The outside looks nice, I am sure the content is educational and informative as well.