Further Reading

Brown JH (1995) Organisms and species as complex adaptive systems: Linking the biology of populations with the physics of ecosystems. In: Jones CG and Lawton JH (eds.) Linking Species and Ecosystems, pp. 16-24. New York: Chapman and Hall. Chapin FS, III, Matson PA, and Mooney HA (2002) Principles of

Terrestrial Ecosystem Ecology. New York: Springer. Chase JM and Leibold MA (2003) Ecological Niches. Chicago:

University of Chicago Press. Eckert R and Randall D (1988) Animal Physiology: Mechanisms and

Adaptations. New York: W.H. Freeman. Ernest SKM and Brown JH (2001) Homeostasis and compensation: The role of species and resources in ecosystem stability. Ecology 82: 2118-2132. Frost TM, Carpenter SR, Ives AR, and Kratz TK (1995) Species compensation and complementarity in ecosystem function. In: Jones CG and Lawton JH (eds.) Linking Species and Ecosystems, pp. 224-239. New York: Chapman and Hall. Hubbell SP (2001) The Unified Neutral Theory of Biodiversity and

Biogeography. Princeton: Princeton University Press. Kinzig AP, Pacala SW, and Tilman D (2002) Functional Consequences of Biodiversity: Empirical Progress and Theoretical Extensions. Princeton: Princeton University Press. Kumar HD (1977) Modern Concepts of Ecology. New Dehli: Vikas

Publishing House. Odum EP (1969) The strategy of ecosystem development. Science 164: 262-270.

Odum EP (1971) Fundamentals of Ecology, 3rd edn. Philadelphia: W.B. Saunders Company.

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