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Invertebrates as webmasters in ecosystems / edited by D.C. Coleman and P.F. Hendrix

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Author:
Coleman, David C. 1938-  Search this
Hendrix, Paul F  Search this
Physical description:
xi, 336 p. : ill. ; 25 cm
Type:
Books
Date:
2000
C2000
Contents:
Food web functioning and ecosystem processes : problems and perceptions of scaling / J.M. Anderson -- Keystone anthropods as webmasters in desert ecosystems / W.G. Whitford -- Responses of grassland soil invertebrates to natural and anthropogenic disturbances / J.M. Blair, T.C. Todd and M.A. Callaham, Jr. -- Effects of invertebrates in lotic ecosystem processes / J.B. Wallace and J.J. Hutchens, Jr. -- Insects as regulators of ecosystem development / T.D. Schowalter -- Herbivores, biochemical messengers and plants : aspects of intertrophic transduction / M.I. Dyer -- Soil invertebrate controls and microbial interactions in nutrient and organic matter dynamics in natural and agroecosystems / C.A. Edwards -- Invertebrates in detrital food webs along gradients of productivity / J.C. Moore and P.C. de Ruiter -- Biodiversity of oribatid mites (Acari: Oribatida) in tree canopies and litter / V. Behan-Pelletier and D.E. Walter -- Diversity in the decomposing landscape / R.A. Hansen -- Pervasive ecological effects of invasive species : exotic and native fire ants / C.R. Carroll and C.A. Hoffman -- Soil invertebrate species diversity in natural and disturbed environments / J. Rusek -- Invertebrates and nutrient cycling in coniferous forest ecosystems : spatial heterogeneity and conditionality / T.M. Bolger, L.J. Heneghan and P. Neville -- Impacts of insects on human-dominated and natural forest landscapes / R.N. Coulson and D.F. Wunneburger -- Soil fauna and controls of carbon dynamics : comparisons of rangelands and forests across latitudinal gradients / T.R. Seastedt -- Soil processes and global change : will invertebrates make a difference? / P.M. Groffman and C.G. Jones
Topic:
Invertebrates--Ecology  Search this
Data Source:
Smithsonian Libraries
EDAN-URL:
edanmdm:siris_sil_589635