By Sven Erik Jørgensen, Brian Fath, Simone Bastianoni, Joao C. Marques, Felix Muller, S. Nors Nielsen, Bernard D. Patten, Enzo Tiezzi, Robert E. Ulanowicz
A New Ecology offers an surroundings thought in keeping with the subsequent atmosphere houses: actual openness, ontic openness, directionality, connectivity, a posh dynamic for progress and improvement, and a posh dynamic reaction to disturbances. every one of those homes is constructed intimately to teach that those simple and attribute homes could be utilized to give an explanation for a large spectrum of ecological obsevations and convections. it's also proven that the houses have program for environmental administration and for review of environment healthiness.
* Demonstrates an surroundings idea that may be utilized to provide an explanation for ecological observations and rules
* provides an environment idea established upon a platforms approach
* Discusses an atmosphere idea that's in response to a number of simple homes which are attribute for ecosystmes
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A New Ecology: Systems Perspective by Sven Erik Jørgensen, Brian Fath, Simone Bastianoni, Joao C. Marques, Felix Muller, S. Nors Nielsen, Bernard D. Patten, Enzo Tiezzi, Robert E. Ulanowicz