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Author:
Jianguo Liu
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978-0521145961
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0521145961
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Cambridge University Press; 1 edition (August 15, 2011)
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Sources, Sinks and Sustainability Jianguo (Jack) Liu is Rachel Carson Chair in Sustainability and University . His broad interests include landscape ecology and the ecology of birds and insects in arid environments.

Sources, Sinks and Sustainability. Jianguo Liu, Vanessa Hull, Anita T. Morzillo, John A. Wiens. Jianguo (Jack) Liu is Rachel Carson Chair in Sustainability and University Distinguished Professor as well as Director of the Center for Systems Integration and Sustainability (CSIS) at Michigan State University. Built-in study tools like highlights and more. by: Jianguo Liu. Publisher: Cambridge University Press. Print ISBN: 9780521199476, 0521199476. eText ISBN: 9781139124584, 1139124587.

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