2 edition of Functioning and dynamics of natural and perturbed ecosystems found in the catalog.
Functioning and dynamics of natural and perturbed ecosystems
European Ecological Congress (6th 1992 Marseille, France).
Summaries in French.
|Statement||Denise Bellan, Gilles Bonin, Christian Emig editors ; organisé par European ecological federation & Société française d"écologie.|
|Contributions||Bellan-Santini, Denise, Bonin, Gilles, Emig, Christian, European Ecological Federation., Société française d"écologie.|
|LC Classifications||QH540 .E8 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 819 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||819|
|ISBN 10||2743000406, 1898298378|
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