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Pages: 648

Language: English

Publisher: Academic Press Inc: New edition edition (31 Aug. 1996)

By: Margaret Lowman (Editor), Nalini M. Nadkarni (Editor), Thomas E. Lovejoy (Foreword)

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For decades, researchers have been interested in the structure, function and inhabitants of forest canopies, but unfortunately, a large portion of this fascinating ecosystem was inaccessible. Recently, with the use of balloons, dirigibles, cranes, towers, suspended catwalks, and a variety of modern climbing equipment, scientists have begun to penetrate this dense foliage, allowing for a detailed, authoritative account of this enchanting world. Forest Canopies synthesizes the newly compiled data on canopy-dwelling organisms, including insects and other arthropods, lizards, birds, mammals, and, of course, the plants that both form and inhabit this unique aerial ecosystem.

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