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Anonymous
06-17-2004, 04:14 PM
From: Thu Yen Mac tmac@blackwellpub.com
Date: 04/04/02
Time: 12:19 PM


I am writing to let you know that Monitoring Plant and Animal Populations, written by Caryl L. Elzinga, Daniel W. Salzer, John W. Willoughby, and James P. Gibbs is now available for sale at 20% off original list price!

Monitoring Plant and Animal Populations By Caryl L. Elzinga, Daniel W. Salzer, John W. Willoughby, and James P. Gibbs


Monitoring Plant and Animal Populations is a thorough overview of monitoring issues. It is designed for field biologists and land managers with a modest statistical background as well as students preparing for careers in resource management. The authors have written a practical text that includes concrete guidelines for ecologists to follow as they design a statistically defensible monitoring program for natural populations and communities.

AUDIENCE: ? As a primary text for courses on ecological monitoring for natural resource management ? For supplementing courses on population and community monitoring taught in biology, ecology, botany, wildlife management, and environmental science departments ? For professional field biologists, ecologists, botanists, resource managers, trainers, researchers, and policy makers in governmental and private resource management organizations


January 2001 Paperback; 360 pages ISBN: 0-632-04442-X $58.95 Discount Price: $47.16

Response Code for discount: ELZI02

Ordering Information:

To order Monitoring Plant and Animal Populations, please go to: <http://blackwellscience.com/> and use the promotion code, ELZI02 when filling out the order form, or call Blackwell Publishing at 1- 800-216-2522


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Thank you, Thu Yen Mac Blackwell Publishing, Boston, MA - Oxford, UK <tmac@blackwellpub.com>