Environmental Biology

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Cambridge University Press, May 18, 2009 - Nature - 671 pages
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Environmental Biology offers a fresh, problem-solving treatment of the topic for students requiring a biology background before further study in environmental science, sustainable development or environmental engineering. It begins with an environmental theme that carries through the text, using three major case studies with a regional focus. Key foundational knowledge is introduced and developed as the text progresses, with students encouraged to integrate their accumulated learning to reach solutions. A comprehensive coverage of scientific method, including field experimentation and field techniques, is an important part of the approach. While emphasising the environmental theme, the book introduces all facets of the biology discipline, including cell biology, evolution, ecology, conservation and restoration. There are over 500 line drawings, diagrams and photos throughout, including full-colour sections, and each chapter includes summaries and comprehensive questions. The accompanying online Instructors' Resource includes multiple-choice questions, 'Test your knowledge' solutions and video footage.

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Mike Calver is Associate Professor in the School of Biological Sciences and Biotechnology at Murdoch University.

Alan Lymbery is Associate Professor of Parasitology in the School of Veterinary and Biomedical Sciences at Murdoch University.

Jennifer McComb is Emeritus Professor in the School of Biological Sciences and Biotechnology at Murdoch University.

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