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Praise for the previous edition: ""How to Do Ecology" contains much of the sage advice that good supervisors have been giving their postgraduate students for years. . . . [I]t's absolutely correct and vital information."--Robyn K. Whipp, "Austral Ecology"

Praise for the previous edition: "[A] refreshing, concise work aimed primarily at those contemplating or performing ecological research studies. The authors' approach will be equally beneficial to those in various other areas of study. . . . Highly recommended."--Choice

Praise for the previous edition: "This book is a wealth of information for beginning professionals."--Erika V. Iyengar, American Biology Teacher

Praise for the previous edition: "How to Do Ecology contains much of the sage advice that good supervisors have been giving their postgraduate students for years. . . . [I]t's absolutely correct and vital information."--Robyn K. Whipp, Austral Ecology

Praise for the previous edition: "Reading this book feels like having a good talk during a long walk in the woods with a wise and experienced advisor who really has the time to distill and share years of thinking about how ecological research works. Get it, and keep it handy, and your work will be the richer and more successful for it."--Jessica Gurevitch, Stony Brook University

"This book . . . distills the core procedural lessons of a PhD program in ecology and presents them in an engagingly written, easily digestible packet. . . . This is an enormously valuable publication, and anyone beginning or aspiring to a graduate degree in ecology really should read it."--Robert M. Pringle, Quarterly Review of Biology

"Venturing into the world of ecology can be a fulfilling, yet challenging journey. Like any journey, those best prepared, through either direct experience or having gleaned advice from their elders, will have the greatest chance of success. How to Do Ecology collates years of good advice to deliver on the latter and would be a good investment for anyone finding, or readjusting, their feet in ecological research."--Dylan Korczynskj, Austral Ecology

Praise for the previous edition: -[A] refreshing, concise work aimed primarily at those contemplating or performing ecological research studies. The authors' approach will be equally beneficial to those in various other areas of study. . . . Highly recommended.---Choice

Praise for the previous edition: -This book is a wealth of information for beginning professionals.---Erika V. Iyengar, American Biology Teacher

Praise for the previous edition: -How to Do Ecology contains much of the sage advice that good supervisors have been giving their postgraduate students for years. . . . [I]t's absolutely correct and vital information.---Robyn K. Whipp, Austral Ecology

Praise for the previous edition: -Reading this book feels like having a good talk during a long walk in the woods with a wise and experienced advisor who really has the time to distill and share years of thinking about how ecological research works. Get it, and keep it handy, and your work will be the richer and more successful for it.---Jessica Gurevitch, Stony Brook University

-This book . . . distills the core procedural lessons of a PhD program in ecology and presents them in an engagingly written, easily digestible packet. . . . This is an enormously valuable publication, and anyone beginning or aspiring to a graduate degree in ecology really should read it.---Robert M. Pringle, Quarterly Review of Biology

-Venturing into the world of ecology can be a fulfilling, yet challenging journey. Like any journey, those best prepared, through either direct experience or having gleaned advice from their elders, will have the greatest chance of success. How to Do Ecology collates years of good advice to deliver on the latter and would be a good investment for anyone finding, or readjusting, their feet in ecological research.---Dylan Korczynskj, Austral Ecology

Über den Autor und weitere Mitwirkende

Richard Karban is professor of entomology at the University of California, Davis. He is the coauthor of Induced Responses to Herbivory. Mikaela Huntzinger is assistant director of the Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning at the University of California, Davis. Ian S. Pearse is a postdoctoral associate at the Cornell Lab of Ornithology at Cornell University.

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5.0 von 5 Sternen It is a short book and would be good for a small seminar class 11. September 2014
Von John Rueter - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I'm recommending this book for my graduate and advanced undergraduate students in Environmental Science. It is very focused on what ecologists should do, i.e. the actions. It is a short book and would be good for a small seminar class.
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Excellent read, informative and helpful for striving ecologists.
5.0 von 5 Sternen I really enjoy the title of this 6. September 2015
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I really enjoy the title of this. It's not too big, which I appreciate since I carry so many books for school and out in the field. Arrived quickly and in perfect condition.
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very easy to read!
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