Bats: From Evolution to Conservation

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9780199207121: Bats: From Evolution to Conservation

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Review from previous edition A valuable addition to the bat library of enthusiasts and professionals, this book gives up-to-date discussions on the special features of bats world-wide and their place in a modern biological context ... this is a good fresh look at fascinating aspects of bat biology and behaviour. ( Bat News)

a useful reference for everyone from professional biologists to persons simply interested in learning more about the biology of bats ... I greatly enjoyed reading this book; it is an excellent contribution to the literature on the biology of bats. In addition to providing a useful account of the biology of the world's bats, the author has used bats to demonstrate how basic biological processes also shape the rest of our natural world. I believe this book is a valuable reference for bat enthusiasts ... and I highly recommend it to anyone interest in the biology of mammals. ( Journal of Mammalogy)

The book is richly illustrated with drawings, graphs and tables that augment information presented in the text. The wealth of unanswered questions about bats emerges from the book, making it easy for student readers to see and appreciate the opportunities that bats present to a variety of biologists. This is an excellent book from one end to the other and I highly recommend it to students and colleagues. It is a book that meets its stated goal ... to use bats to illustrate processes and concepts in biology. When it comes to ecology and behaviour, he has more than succeeded ... Bravo! ( Journal of Animal Ecology)

Not a casual coffee-table book and not a beginner's guide, this book is aimed at students ... it is a surprisingly readable, yet highly scientific, description of bat flight ... If you want to take an active part in bat conservation, you'll be much better informed by this book. ( Crispin Scott, Wildlife)

this book provides an up-to-date and accurate picture of how bats spend their lives and will be an indispensable reference work for both professional and amateur naturalists ( Ethology Ecology & Evolution)

...this is an excellent book for people with a genuine interst in bats...This will be an essential reference for bat enthusiasts... ( Neil Willcox, Scottish Wildlife)

...interesting and readable book...Altringham's conversational writing style makes the book very readable, and he is genuinely fascinated by his topic...an interesting and enjoyable reference for students and scientists with an interest in bats. ( Ecology & Evolution)

This book on the natural history and biology of bats is aimed primarily at zoology students but will also appeal to many amateur naturalists...The book is well illustrated and well referenced. ( Aslib Book Guide)

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A valuable addition to the bat library of enthusiasts and professionals, this book gives up-to-date discussions on the special features of bats world-wide and their place in a modern biological context ... this is a good fresh look at fascinating aspects of bat biology and behaviour. ( Bat News)

a useful reference for everyone from professional biologists to persons simply interested in learning more about the biology of bats ... I greatly enjoyed reading this book; it is an excellent contribution to the literature on the biology of bats. In addition to providing a useful account of the biology of the world's bats, the author has used bats to demonstrate how basic biological processes also shape the rest of our natural world. I believe this book is a valuable reference for bat enthusiasts ... and I highly recommend it to anyone interest in the biology of mammals. ( Journal of Mammalogy)

The book is richly illustrated with drawings, graphs and tables that augment information presented in the text. The wealth of unanswered questions about bats emerges from the book, making it easy for student readers to see and appreciate the opportunities that bats present to a variety of biologists. This is an excellent book from one end to the other and I highly recommend it to students and colleagues. It is a book that meets its stated goal ... to use bats to illustrate processes and concepts in biology. When it comes to ecology and behaviour, he has more than succeeded ... Bravo! ( Journal of Animal Ecology)

Not a casual coffee-table book and not a beginner's guide, this book is aimed at students ... it is a surprisingly readable, yet highly scientific, description of bat flight ... If you want to take an active part in bat conservation, you'll be much better informed by this book. ( Crispin Scott, Wildlife)

this book provides an up-to-date and accurate picture of how bats spend their lives and will be an indispensable reference work for both professional and amateur naturalists ( Ethology Ecology & Evolution)

...this is an excellent book for people with a genuine interst in bats...This will be an essential reference for bat enthusiasts... ( Neil Willcox, Scottish Wildlife)

...interesting and readable book...Altringham's conversational writing style makes the book very readable, and he is genuinely fascinated by his topic...an interesting and enjoyable reference for students and scientists with an interest in bats. ( Ecology & Evolution)

This book on the natural history and biology of bats is aimed primarily at zoology students but will also appeal to many amateur naturalists...The book is well illustrated and well referenced. ( Aslib Book Guide)

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