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Invertebrate Conservation and Agricultural Ecosystems

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Part of Ecology, Biodiversity and Conservation

  • Author: T. R. New, La Trobe University, Victoria
  • Date Published: April 2005
  • availability: In stock
  • format: Hardback
  • isbn: 9780521825030

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  • This book serves as an introduction to invertebrate conservation biology for agriculturists and to crop protection for conservation biologists. Demonstrating how the two disparate fields may interact for greater collective benefit, it draws on recent literature to reveal how invertebrate conservation in highly altered landscapes may be promoted and enhanced.

    • Provides the first detailed synthesis of more integrated or holistic management to promote invertebrate conservation in agroecosystems without unduly compromising priorities of any party
    • Broad overview of difficulties and priorities of invertebrate conservation in agricultural ecosystems, and how conservation may be harmonised increasingly with agricultural production
    • Designed for pest managers/agriculturists to appreciate better the aims of conservation biologists, and for conservation biologists to appreciate better the constraints and priorities of agricultural producers
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    "In my opinion, conservationalists must work directly with farmers and other agricultural managers to educate them on the importance of these small and often disregarded species and work together to protect them. Invertebrate Conservation and Agricultural Ecosystems is a great step in that direction."
    Scott Hoffman Black

    "I am confident that this text will be a central reference for anyone working in, or interested in, both conservation and agriculture. I hope it will captivate others with the challenges and opportunities that await them."
    John Losey, BioScience

    "Many researchers and practitioners in the fields of ecology and pest management will find Invertebrate Conservation and Agricultural Ecosystems to be worthwhile reading. It may also be useful as a textbook in conservation biology or an advanced ecology course, as assigned reading in a graduate colloquium, and as supplemental reading for a landscape ecology class. With its numerous examples and up-to-date citations, the book makes a useful reference and deserves to be on the bookshelves of applied ecologists who are working to devise, test, and implement agricultural practices that combine sound pest management with the preservation of invertebrate biodiversity."
    Louis S. Hesler, Entomological Society of America

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    Product details

    • Date Published: April 2005
    • format: Hardback
    • isbn: 9780521825030
    • length: 368 pages
    • dimensions: 235 x 158 x 23 mm
    • weight: 0.732kg
    • contains: 68 b/w illus. 54 tables
    • availability: In stock
  • Table of Contents

    1. Introduction: agricultural ecosystems and conservation
    2. Agriculture and biodiversity: the place of invertebrates
    3. Agriculture: effects on invertebrate diversity and conservation
    4. Agricultural disturbances: diversity and effects on invertebrates
    5. Biological control and invertebrate conservation
    6. Cultural aspects of pest management
    7. Extending beyond cropping areas
    8. Field margins and landscape ecology
    9. Pasture management and conservation
    10. Toward more holistic management for invertebrates
    References
    Index.

  • Author

    T. R. New, La Trobe University, Victoria
    Dr Tim New is Reader and Associate Professor in Zoology at La Trobe University, Melbourne. He has broad interests in insect conservation, systematics and ecology, and has published extensively on these topics with more than 350 research papers and more than 20 books. In 2003 he was awarded the Marsh Christian Trust Award for insect conservation by the Royal Entomological Society. Dr New is currently Editor-in–Chief of Journal of Insect Conservation.

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