Marmots: Social Behavior and Ecology

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Stanford University Press, 1989 - Nature - 360 pages
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Barash (psychology, U. of Washington) presents the complete sociobiology of a single, widespread genus (Marmota) comprising 14 species found in North America and Eurasia. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR

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This book has fulfilled the desire of allthe readers who were really curious to know about behaviour and ecology and marmots. Author has discussed in all the possible expects of unfolded issues regarding marmots behaviour and its response towards various ecological parameters.

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David P. Barash holds a Ph.D. in zoology & is professor of psychology & zoology at the University of Washington. He has been especially active in the growth & development of sociobiology as a scientific discipline.

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