Foundations of Ecological Resilience ebook
by Lance H. Gunderson,Craig Reece Allen,C. S. Holling
ISBN-13: 978-1597265119. C. S. (Buzz) Holling is Emeritus Eminent Scholar Professor in Ecological Sciences at University of Florida, in Gainesville.
Lance H. Gunderson, Craig Reece Allen, C. Holling
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Ecological resilience provides a theoretical foundation for understanding how complex systems adapt to and recover . Tietoja kirjoittajasta. Lance H. Gunderson is Associate Professor and founding Chair of the Department of Environmental Studies, Emory University, in Atlanta, Georgia.
Ecological resilience provides a theoretical foundation for understanding how complex systems adapt to and recover from localized disturbances like hurricanes, fires, pest outbreaks, and floods, as well as large-scale perturbations such as climate change. Ecologists have developed resilience theory over the past three decades in an effort to explain surprising and nonlinear dynamics of complex adaptive systems.
It is exciting to hold in one's hands a single volume containing thirty-five years of the key article s on ecological resilience.
Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Gunderson, Allen, and Holling provide overview chapters that place these classics in context. This volume is essential reading for students and scholars applying resilience theory to modern issues. It is exciting to hold in one's hands a single volume containing thirty-five years of the key article s on ecological resilience.
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Foundations of Ecological Resilience is a set key papers that capture the major conceptual advances and their application in the development of resilience science. Elinor Ostrom, Indiana University and Arizona State University.
Foundations of Ecological Resilience - Lance H. Gunderson. gunderson and craig r. allen. Why Resilience? Why Now? Lance h. GUNDERSON, Department of Environmental Studies, Emory University, Atlanta. Development of ecological resilience theory began in the 1960s with attempts to mathematically model dynamic ecosystems. Early models (Lewontin 1969, May 1977) focused on the stability of systems-that is, the processes that control or mediate the persistence of ecological structures.
His 1973 paper on the resilience of ecological systems had a substantial impact within . Foundations of ecological resilience.
His 1973 paper on the resilience of ecological systems had a substantial impact within ecology and other natural and social sciences. He has also contributed important ideas to ecological management, including Adaptive management and the Adaptive Cycle. More recently his work on the cross-scale structure and dynamics of ecosystems has been highly influential. Adaptive environmental assessment and management. Holling's most cited articles include