Josef H. Reichholf

Der tropische Regenwald

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ISBN: 978-3-596-18408-8


240 Pages,
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ISBN 978-3-596-18408-8


A biological journey through a green utopia

The tropical rainforest is the natural habitat with the most species on earth, a unique ecosystem that plays a key role for the earth’s climate as a whole. The renowned biologist and bestselling author Josef H. Reichholf takes us along on an exciting journey through this paradise. Alongside a wealth of fascinating details, he provides precise insights into the ecological context. And once we’ve understood that, we can see just how disastrous the destruction of this very sensitive balance is.

About Josef H. Reichholf

Josef H. Reichho lf is an evolutionary biologist, natural historian, and best-selling author. Until 2010, he was head of the Vertebrata Section of the Bavarian State Collection of Zoology, as well as professor of ecology and environment at the Technische Universität München. In 2007, he was awarded the Sigmund-Freud- Prize for Academic Prose; according to Cicero magazine’s 2009 ranking, he is among Germany’s 40 most influential natural scientists. Also available from S. Fischer are his previous works Einhorn, Phönix, Drache. Woher unsere Fabeltiere kommen, Eine kurze Naturgeschichte des letzten Jahrtausends and Warum die Menschen sesshaft wurden.

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Der tropische Regenwald
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