6 edition of Earthworm ecology and biogeography in North America found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
|Statement||edited by Paul F. Hendrix.|
|Contributions||Hendrix, Paul F.|
|LC Classifications||QL391.A6 E26 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||244 p. :|
|Number of Pages||244|
|LC Control Number||94023801|
American earthworms from north of the Rio Grande - a species checklist (2nd edition). COE, YNU. Retrieved on 13th Dec, ; James, S.W. (). Systematics, biogeography and ecology of earthworms from eastern, central, southern and southwestern USA. in P. Hendrix (ed.) Earthworm Ecology and Biogeography in North America, pp. 29– Introduction. North American forests are affected by multiple stressors including land use change, pollution, loss of predators, species invasions, and climate change (Wiegmann and Waller , Dávalos et al. ).To preserve forest biodiversity and ecosystem function, we must disentangle individual and combined effects of stressors to implement the best conservation and management.
Reynolds, J.W. The earthworm family Sparganophilidae (Annelida, Oligochaeta) in North America. Megadrilogica 3: Reynolds, J. W. The status of exotic earthworm systematics and biogeography in North America. Pages , in P. F. Hendrix, editor. Ecology and biogeography of earthworms in North America. No. Earthworms are native to the United States, says Melissa McCormick, ecologist at the Smithsonian Environmental Research Center, but the earthworms in some northern parts of the country.
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This book is the first comprehensive review and analysis of the state of understanding of earthworm biogeography and ecology in North America. Topics of in-depth discussion include earthworm systematics, biogeography and ecology, influences on soil structure and ecosystem nutrient dynamics, and implications for ecosystem by: This book is the first comprehensive review and analysis of the state of understanding of earthworm biogeography and ecology in North America.
Topics of in-depth discussion include earthworm systematics, biogeography and ecology, influences on soil structure and ecosystem nutrient dynamics, and implications for ecosystem management. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: pages: illustrations, maps ; 25 cm: Contents: Status of exotic earthworm systematics and biogeography in North America --Systematics, biogeography, and ecology of nearctic earthworms from Eastern, Central, Southern, and Southwestern United States --Native earthworms of the Pacific Northwest: an ecological overview.
Earthworm Ecology and Biogeography in North America by Hendrix, Paul F. CRC Press. Fine with no dust jacket. Hardcover. Laminated hardcover. Tiny bump to spine head else fine, appears unread. ; X X inches. Since the publication of the highly-successful first edition of Earthworm Ecology, there were two international symposia and an increased number of publications on the subject, demanding a revision of the book that addresses the most rapidly developing areas of earthworm research.
Earthworm Ecology, Second Edition updates the most comprehensBook Edition: 2nd Edition. DOI link for Earthworm Ecology. Earthworm Ecology book. Edited By Clive A. Edwards. Edition 2nd Edition. chapter 4. 12 Pages. The Status of Earthworm Biogeography, Diversity, and Taxonomy in North America Revisited with Glimpses into the Future.
TABLE Regional Earthworm Surveys in North : Clive A. Edwards. Earthworms and earth history / S. James --The status of earthworm biogeography, diversity, and taxonomy in North America revisited with glimpses into the future / John W. Reynolds --Factors affecting earthworm abundance in soils / J.P.
Curry --Earthworm biology and ecology--a case study: the genus Octodrilus Omodeo, (Oligochaeta. Since the publication of the highly-successful first edition of Earthworm Ecology, there were two international symposia and an increased number of publications on the subject, demanding a revision of the book that addresses the most rapidly developing areas of earthworm research.
Earthworm Ecology, Second Edition updates the most comprehensive Reviews: 1. Paul F. Hendrix, Patrick J. Bohlen, Exotic Earthworm Invasions in North America: Ecological and Policy Implications: Expanding global commerce may be increasing the likelihood of exotic earthworm invasions, which could have negative implications for soil processes, other animal and plant species, and importation of certain pathogens, BioScience, Vol Issue 9, SeptemberPages Lumbricus terrestris and L.
rubellus co‐occur in the same habitats but differ in ecology and use as fishing bait. Both species were sampled in five transects ranging from the east to the west coast of northern North America, including major dispersal barriers, three different climate zones, and bait shops near sampling locations.
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Reynolds, J.W. The status of exotic earthworm systematics and biogeography in North America. In Hendrix, P.F. (ed.), Ecology and Biogeography of Earthworms in North America. 1. Introduction. Earthworm density and activity are influenced by factors such as food quality and quantity (Lee,Edwards and Bohlen,Curry, ), soil temperature and moisture (Berry and Jordan,Wever et al., ) and soil structure and texture (Nuutinen et al.,Baker and Whitby, ).The relationship of earthworm activity to soil physical and chemical properties.
Conservation Biol – Hendrix, P. () Earthworm Ecology and Biogeography in North America. Lewis Publishers, Boca Raton. Hendrix P. F, Bohlen, P. () Exotic earthworm inva- sions in North America: Ecological and policy implica.
1 The Status of Exotic Earthworm Systematics and Biogeography in North America (from Reynolds,J.W. In EarthwormecologyandbiogeographyinNorthAmerica,Hendrix,P.F.
Earthworm Ecology by Clive A. Edwards,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. After revolutionizing our understanding of life on Earth, Charles Darwin studied earthworms.
Inhe published his last scientific book, a treatise on earthworms ([ 1 ]) whose sales at the time rivaled those of On the Origin of Species. Nearly years later, enthusiasm for earthworms persists, fueled by the recognition of their importance in terrestrial systems as different.
The invasion of north temperate forests by exotic species of earthworms is an important issue that has been overlooked in the study and management of these forests. We initiated research to address the hypothesis that earthworm invasion will have large consequences for nutrient retention and uptake in these ecosystems.
In this special feature of Ecosystems, we present five papers describing. Freshwater Algae of North America: Ecology and Classification, Second Edition is an authoritative and practical treatise on the classification, biodiversity, and ecology of all known genera of freshwater algae from North America.
The book provides essential taxonomic and ecological information about one of the most diverse and ubiquitous groups of organisms on earth. James SW () Systematics, biogeography, and ecology of Nearctic earthworms from eastern, central, southern and southwestern United States.
In: Hendrix PF (ed) Earthworm ecology and biogeography in North America. Lewis Publishers, Boca Raton, FL, pp 29– Google Scholar.
There is a wonderful symmetry to Charles Darwin's (–) formal interest in earthworms. His first paper described the activities of earthworms and was the central theme of his presentation to the Geological Society in (Darwin ), 22 years before On theOrigin of species by means of natural selection (Darwin ), and his last book, a monograph on the formation of mould through.
Ecology ( Invasive lumbricid earthworms in North America—Different life histories but common dispersal? Journal of Biogeography () Earthworms accelerate the biogeochemical.Earthworm Ecology and Biogeography in North America.
CRC Press. pp. 53– ISBN Jordan, Sarah Foltz (). "Species Fact Sheet: Oregon giant earthworm (Driloleirus macelfreshi)" (PDF). The Xerces Society for Invertebrate Conservation.
Smith, Frank (). "New North American species of earthworms of the family Megascolecidae".