An Introduction To Biomedaline by Andrew Adlers.
A must-read for anyone who wants to understand what science has to offer on the front line of conservation.
This is a must-have resource for students and faculty.
It is the definitive account of the science of conservation and the conservation profession.
It covers the breadth of conservation science from molecular biology to molecular medicine, and the development of methods for identifying, diagnosing, and treating diseases, and is the most up-to-date account of conservation research on the internet.
The book also contains an introductory chapter on bioinformatics.
The authors, with the help of leading biologists, are on a mission to make a comprehensive history of conservation biology.
They explain how scientists have been able to develop the technologies to monitor and control populations of animals, the biological control mechanisms that control disease, and how the world is constantly evolving.
It’s a very clear-eyed account of how the human-animal connection has shaped our way of life.
If you are looking for a good introduction to conservation biology, this is the book to read.
And it’s available on Amazon for $17.95.