Macroecology: Concepts and Consequences brings together for the first time major researchers in the field to present overviews of current thinking about the form and determinants of macroecological patterns. Each section presents different viewpoints on the answer to a key question in macroecology, such as why are most species rare, why are most species small-bodied, and why are most species restricted in their distribution?
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Author Biography - Tim M. Blackburn
Dr Blackburn's research at the University of Birmingham is concerned with a broad range of large-scale patterns and processes in ecology. Professor Gaston's research at Sheffield focuses on the fields of biodiversity and macroecology, with the central theme being the study of variation in geographic distributions of species.