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Tropical Environments: The Functioning and Management of Tropical Ecosystems (Routledge Physical Environment) Paperback – 28 Aug 1997


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Two conditions make tropical environments of special interest to both natural and social scientists: they cover a large proportion of the earth's total surface area; and they are home to a large proportion of the world's people, most of whom live in poverty. Read the first page
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great book! 23 July 2006
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this book is an easy-to-read, very informative book for anyone interested in what makes tropical environments different from temperate ones. An important book for dispelling of the myths associated with the tropics (such as tropical soils are infertile) and identifying knowledge gaps and limitations of current research about the tropics. What I like about the book is that it makes the effort to differentiate between the tropics and does not concentrate only on rainforests, which is what most books about the tropics tend to do. I recommend this book to all tropical ecologists and anyone interested in low latitude systems.
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