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Urban Ecology

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    Book Overview
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    Chapter 1 Human Domination of Earth’s Ecosystems
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    Chapter 2 Humans as the World’s Greatest Evolutionary Force
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    Chapter 3 Urbanization
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    Chapter 4 Urban Ecology as an Interdisciplinary Field: Differences in the use of “Urban” Between the Social and Natural Sciences
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    Chapter 5 The Growth of the City: An Introduction to a Research Project
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    Chapter 6 On the Early History of Urban Ecology in Europe
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    Chapter 7 Urban Ecological Systems: Linking Terrestrial Ecological, Physical, and Socioeconomic Components of Metropolitan Areas
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    Chapter 8 Integrated Approaches to Long-Term Studies of Urban Ecological Systems
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    Chapter 9 Integrating Humans into Ecology: Opportunities and Challenges for Studying Urban Ecosystems
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    Chapter 10 Sealing of Soils
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    Chapter 11 Producing and Consuming Chemicals: The Moral Economy of the American Lawn
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    Chapter 12 Streams in the Urban Landscape
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    Chapter 13 The Urban Climate – Basic and Applied Aspects
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    Chapter 14 Global Warming and the Urban Heat Island
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    Chapter 15 A Retrospective Assessment of Mortality from the London Smog Episode of 1952: The Role of Influenza and Pollution
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    Chapter 16 Heat Waves, Urban Climate and Human Health
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    Chapter 17 The City as a Subject for Ecological Research
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    Chapter 18 Ecosystem Processes Along an Urban-to-Rural Gradient
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    Chapter 19 House Sparrows Rapid Evolution of Races in North America
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    Chapter 20 On the Role of Alien Species in Urban Flora and Vegetation
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    Chapter 21 Socioeconomics Drive Urban Plant Diversity
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    Chapter 22 Fauna of the Big City – Estimating Species Richness and Abundance in Warsaw Poland
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    Chapter 23 Island Biogeography for an Urbanizing World How Extinction and Colonization May Determine Biological Diversity in Human-Dominated Landscapes
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    Chapter 24 A Long Term Survey of the Avifauna in an Urban Park
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    Chapter 25 Biodiversity in the Argentinean Rolling Pampa Ecoregion: Changes Caused by Agriculture and Urbanisation
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    Chapter 26 Does Differential Access to Protein Influence Differences in Timing of Breeding of Florida Scrub-Jays (Aphelocoma coerulescens) in Suburban and Wildland Habitats?
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    Chapter 27 Creating a Homogeneous Avifauna
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    Chapter 28 Towards a Mechanistic Understanding of Urbanization’s Impacts on Fish
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    Chapter 29 Bat Activity in an Urban Landscape: Patterns at the Landscape and Microhabitat Scale
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    Chapter 30 Urbanization and Spider Diversity: Influences of Human Modification of Habitat Structure and Productivity
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    Chapter 31 Social Science Concepts and Frameworks for Understanding Urban Ecosystems
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    Chapter 32 The Iceberg and the Titanic: Human Economic Behavior in Ecological Models
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    Chapter 33 Forecasting Demand for Urban Land
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    Chapter 34 Characteristics, Causes, and Effects of Sprawl: A Literature Review
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    Chapter 35 Urban Ecological Footprints: Why Cities Cannot be Sustainable—and Why They are a Key to Sustainability
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    Chapter 36 Health, Supportive Environments, and the Reasonable Person Model
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    Chapter 37 Relationship Between Urban Sprawl and Physical Activity, Obesity, and Morbidity
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    Chapter 38 Megacities as Global Risk Areas
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    Chapter 39 Why Is Understanding Urban Ecosystems Important to People Concerned About Environmental Justice?
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    Chapter 40 The Struggle to Govern the Commons
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    Chapter 41 Modeling the Urban Ecosystem: A Conceptual Framework
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    Chapter 42 Scientific, Institutional, and Individual Constraints on Restoring Puget Sound Rivers
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    Chapter 43 Toward Ecosystem Management: Shifts in the Core and the Context of Urban Forest Ecology
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    Chapter 44 What Is the Form of a City, and How Is It Made?
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    Chapter 45 What Should an Ideal City Look Like from an Ecological View? – Ecological Demands on the Future City
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    Chapter 46 Land Use Planning and Wildlife Maintenance
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    Chapter 47 Terrestrial Nature Reserve Design at the Urban/Rural Interface
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    Chapter 48 Restoration of Fragmented Landscapes for the Conservation of Birds: A General Framework and Specific Recommendations for Urbanizing Landscapes
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    Chapter 49 Steps Involved in Designing Conservation Subdivisions: A Straightforward Approach
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    Chapter 50 Beyond Greenbelts and Zoning: A New Planning Concept for the Environment of Asian Mega-Cities
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Title
Urban Ecology
Published by
Springer US, January 2008
DOI 10.1007/978-0-387-73412-5
ISBNs
978-0-387-73411-8, 978-0-387-73412-5
Authors

Marzluff, John M

Editors

John M. Marzluff, Eric Shulenberger, Wilfried Endlicher, Marina Alberti, Gordon Bradley, Clare Ryan, Ute Simon, Craig ZumBrunnen

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Geographical breakdown

Country Count As %
United States 7 <1%
Brazil 5 <1%
Sweden 5 <1%
France 3 <1%
Portugal 2 <1%
China 2 <1%
Indonesia 1 <1%
Australia 1 <1%
Germany 1 <1%
Other 13 2%
Unknown 691 95%

Demographic breakdown

Readers by professional status Count As %
Student > Ph. D. Student 146 20%
Student > Master 145 20%
Researcher 91 12%
Student > Bachelor 82 11%
Student > Doctoral Student 40 5%
Other 130 18%
Unknown 97 13%
Readers by discipline Count As %
Environmental Science 202 28%
Agricultural and Biological Sciences 156 21%
Social Sciences 58 8%
Engineering 39 5%
Earth and Planetary Sciences 31 4%
Other 109 15%
Unknown 136 19%