By Dietrich Werner
Migration of people and animals, vegetation or even microbes is a ubiquitous international phenomenon. This booklet covers all kinds of migration - plant, microbial, animal or human - and their mutual effect intimately. The contributions during this ebook are the results of an leading edge overseas convention and OECD Workshop aimed toward triggering off the interdisciplinary discussion among usual scientists and socioeconomists.
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Biological Resources and Migration by Dietrich Werner