Encyclopedia of Biodiversity

URL

http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/referenceworks/9780122268656

Description

The Encyclopedia of Biodiversity is a scholarly resource containing over 300 articles by leading international authors. It is a comprehensive survey of biodiversity, across taxonomic groups and ecological regions. Topics covered include agriculture, conservation and restoration, economics, environmental conditions and effects, evolution, extinctions, genetics, geographic and global issues, habitats and ecosystems, human effects and interventions, and population issues.

Subjects

Biology, Environmental Studies, Marine Biology, Oceanography, Biological, Oceanography, Physical, Science Education

Access Restrictions

UCSD Only

Access Information

"UCSD Only" resources are funded & licensed by UC San Diego Library & the University of California.

Off-campus access restricted to current UC San Diego faculty, staff & students.