Ecological engineering is the process of manipulating farm habitats
for the purposes of maintaining or increasing food production,
restoring wetlands and other ecosystems, and conserving resources
such as water and fertile soil. This book focuses on the pest
management aspect of ecological engineering: how to make farmland
more attractive for beneficial insects and less favorable for
pests. This book brings together contributors from around the world
who are leaders in habitat manipulation for the purpose of
agriculture.Chapters explore the frontiers of ecological
engineering: the authors describe methods including molecular
approaches, high-tech marking, and remote sensing. They also review
the theoretical aspects of ecological engineering and discuss how
ecological engineering may interact with genetic engineering.
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