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by Carolyn M. King,Roger A. Powell,Consie Powell

Author: Carolyn M. King,Roger A. Powell,Consie Powell
Subcategory: Biological Sciences
Language: English
Publisher: Oxford University Press; 2 edition (October 12, 2006)
Pages: 464 pages
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King and Powell offer a comprehensive reference on weasles and stoats in a manner that will appeal to scientists . Carolyn M. King is Senior Lecturer at the University of Waikato.

King and Powell offer a comprehensive reference on weasles and stoats in a manner that will appeal to scientists, naturalists, and laypeople alike. Roger A. Powell is a Professor Zoology at North Carolina State University.

by Carolyn M. King (Author), Roger A. Powell (Author), Consie Powell (Illustrator) & 0 more. King and Powell offer a comprehensive reference on weasles and stoats in a manner that will appeal to scientists, naturalists, and laypeople alike. ISBN-13: 978-0195300567. Carolyn King is a Senior Lecturer at the University of Waikato. Roger Powell is a Professor of Zoology at North Carolina State University.

Organized natural history" became one of the roots of the science of ecology in the 1920s and by the 1960s scientists had begun to study the biology of weasels with all the critical, objective advantages of modern theory and equipment

Organized natural history" became one of the roots of the science of ecology in the 1920s and by the 1960s scientists had begun to study the biology of weasels with all the critical, objective advantages of modern theory and equipment. Now thoroughly revised, this book will continue to be the main one-stop reference for professionals.

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1990, Michener 2000, King and Powell 2007 Coulet des Roches is a natural karst trap in Southern France.

1990, Michener 2000, King and Powell 2007. Winter ecology of the North American badger (Taxidea taxus jeffersonii) in the Cariboo region of British Columbia. Coulet des Roches is a natural karst trap in Southern France. Its infilling dates back to the end of the Pleniglacial (Last Glacial Maximum, LGM) and the end of the Tardiglacial (Last Glacial, LG).

Organized natural history" became one of the roots of the science of ecology in the 1920s and by the 1960s scientists had begun to study the biology of weasels Field naturalists have observed the activities of weasels for centuries

Organized natural history" became one of the roots of the science of ecology in the 1920s and by the 1960s scientists had begun to study the biology of weasels Field naturalists have observed the activities of weasels for centuries. Their descriptions were often accurate but sometimes misinterpreted the animals' behaviors and underlying explanations for those behaviors.

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Carolyn M. Powell, Consie Powell. Field naturalists have observed the activities of weasels for centuries. Their descriptions were often accurate but sometimes misinterpreted the animals' behaviors and underlying explanations for. Organized natural history" became one of the roots of the science of ecology in the 1920s and by the 1960s scientists had begun to study the biology of weasels with all the critical, objective advantages of modern theory and equipment. King and Roger A. Powell. This book tells the stories of these animals in both words and artwork, using a mixture of descriptions, analysis and anecdote

Carolyn M. Weasels are the most common and the least known of the world's carnivores. In predatory power they rival any of the big cats; indeed, gram for gram they are much stronger than any lion. But they are small and hard to see in the wild, and they can live their secret lives alongside people who never guess that they are there. This book tells the stories of these animals in both words and artwork, using a mixture of descriptions, analysis and anecdote. It describes how the weasels fit into their own environments, yet also cause serious conservation damage in New Zealand.

Field naturalists have observed the activities of weasels for centuries. Their descriptions were often accurate but sometimes misinterpreted the animals' behaviors and underlying explanations for those behaviors. "Organized natural history" became one of the roots of the science of ecology in the 1920s and by the 1960s scientists had begun to study the biology of weasels with all the critical, objective advantages of modern theory and equipment. Until the first edition of this book appeared in 1989 no one had attempted to explain these results to non-specialist naturalists. Now thoroughly revised, this book will continue to be the main one-stop reference for professionals. But both kinds of knowledge are brought together here-- observations for the traditional naturalist and rigorous measurements and interpretations for modern scientists, integrated into a single, readable account. This new edition provides a comprehensive summary of the extensive advances over the last 15 years in our knowledge of these fascinating animals. A new U.S.-based co-author reshapes the content to be more U.S.-centric. Stories about North America trappers and backwoodsmen interacting with weasels replace some (not all) of the previous stories about English gamekeepers. These changes permeate the book, so readers familiar with the first edition will recognize some material, but will find a lot that is new. Much less reliable European information quoted in the first edition was there at the time when no better information was available. Now a new NZ chapter focuses on predation problems of the species introduced to that country. This edition, much more than a simple update, is now truly an international treatment and a more valuable resource.