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The Work of Nature

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The lavish array of organisms known as "biodiversity" is an intricately linked web that makes the Earth a uniquely habitable plane. In this book, a noted science writer examines the threats posed to humans by the loss of biodiversity and explains key findings from the ecological sciences. It is the first book of its kind to clearly explains the practical consequences of declining biodiversity of ecosystem hjealth and function and, consequently, on human society.

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The Work of Nature
1997, Island Press, Washington, DC

ISBN-13: 9781559635196

4th edition

Hardcover

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