Advances in Biodiversity
Biodiversity or biological diversity is the variety and variability of life on Earth. Biodiversity is a measure of variation at the genetic (genetic variability), species (species diversity), and ecosystem (ecosystem diversity) level. In the present book, twenty-one typical literatures about biodiversity published on international authoritative journals were selected to introduce the worldwide newest progress, which contains reviews or original researches on biodiversity. We hope this book can demonstrate advances in biodiversity as well as give references to the researchers, students and other related people.
Sample Chapter(s)
Preface (85 KB)
Components of the Book:
  • Chapter 1
    Quantifying the benefits of reducing synthetic nitrogen application policy on ecosystem carbon sequestration and biodiversity
  • Chapter 2
    Photosynthetic usable energy explains vertical patterns of biodiversity in zooxanthellate corals
  • Chapter 3
    Current trends suggest most Asian countries are unlikely to meet future biodiversity targets on protected areas
  • Chapter 4
    Renewable energy production will exacerbate mining threats to biodiversity
  • Chapter 5
    A functional vulnerability framework for biodiversity conservation
  • Chapter 6
    Win-win opportunities combining high yields with high multi-taxa biodiversity in tropical agroforestry
  • Chapter 7
    Biodiversity, environmental drivers, and sustainability of the global deep-sea sponge microbiome
  • Chapter 8
    Low level of anthropization linked to harsh vertebrate biodiversity declines in Amazonia
  • Chapter 9
    A comprehensive resource for Bordetella genomic epidemiology and biodiversity studies
  • Chapter 10
    Effective Biodiversity Monitoring Needs a Culture of Integration
  • Chapter 11
    Global agricultural trade and land system sustainability: Implications for ecosystem carbon storage, biodiversity, and human nutrition
  • Chapter 12
    Plant biodiversity promotes sustainable agriculture directly and via belowground effects
  • Chapter 13
    Credible biodiversity offsetting needs public national registers to confirm no net loss
  • Chapter 14
    AI Naturalists Might Hold the Key to Unlocking Biodiversity Data in Social Media Imagery
  • Chapter 15
    Influence of nutrient supply on plankton microbiome biodiversity and distribution in a coastal upwelling region
  • Chapter 16
    Using Biotic Interaction Networks for Prediction in Biodiversity and Emerging Diseases
  • Chapter 17
    Consequences of tropical land use for multitrophic biodiversity and ecosystem functioning
  • Chapter 18
    The fate of terrestrial biodiversity during an oceanic island volcanic eruption
  • Chapter 19
    Improving biodiversity protection through artificial intelligence
  • Chapter 20
    Heterogeneity within and among co-occurring foundation species increases biodiversity
  • Chapter 21
    Meta-analysis of multidecadal biodiversity trends in Europe
Readership: Students, academics, teachers, and other people attending or interested in Biodiversity.
Annemarie Wurz
Conservation Ecology, Department of Biology, Philipps-University Marburg, Marburg, Germany

Conor Waldock
Division of Aquatic Ecology and Evolution, Institute of Ecology and Evolution, University of Bern, Bern, Switzerland

N. Devaraju
Present address: Services for Computational Research, CSC - IT Center for Science, 02101, Espoo, Finland

Anna Lungarska
US ODR, INRAE, 31326, Castanet-Tolosan, France

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