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'I really enjoyed some of the case studies … understanding deterministic decline and its cure represents the greatest challenges to conservation biology. However, Clarke and Young show that understanding small-population processes might help maintain populations until 'the patient' can be cured.' Ken Norris, Biologist

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This book provides a detailed introduction to the genetic and demographic issues relevant to the conservation of fragmented populations and presents two sets of case studies, one on animals, the other on plants, which illustrate a variety of approaches to examine long-term population viability.

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New knowledge in the biology of fragmentedpopulations 6 Mar. 2001
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This book is a very important contribution to the understanding of the fragmented populations including forest trees. It will help to know more about the viability and survival of species under deforested and human affected environments. Provides new updated biological information to help in the management of fragmented forests.
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