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"The subject of biological invasions is typically introduced in terms of its significance for conservation and ecosystem integrity. ??? Does the book succeed overall, in its attempt to integrate ecological theory and the study of invasions? Yes: in its strong emphasis on population and community modeling, it certainly provides the basis for an emerging integration at this level of ecology. Many of the chapters undoubtedly, stimulate a substantial improvement of the degree of integration of these fields." (Joan G. Ehrenfeld, Ecology, Vol. 88 (4), 2007)

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"The subject of biological invasions is typically introduced in terms of its significance for conservation and ecosystem integrity. a ] Does the book succeed overall, in its attempt to integrate ecological theory and the study of invasions? Yes: in its strong emphasis on population and community modeling, it certainly provides the basis for an emerging integration at this level of ecology. Many of the chapters undoubtedly, stimulate a substantial improvement of the degree of integration of these fields." (Joan G. Ehrenfeld, Ecology, Vol. 88 (4), 2007) --This text refers to the Hardcover edition.

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