The ecosystem approach: its use and abuse

By: Likens, G.EMaterial type: TextTextPublication details: Oldendorf/Luhe Ecology Institute 1992Description: xxiv,166pSubject(s): Book | General ecology
Contents:
Excellence in Ecology 3
Summary: After first defining ecology and the ecosystem approach, information is given on how to approach ecological problems, emphasizing the need for sustained ecological studies. A critical assessment is given of the interrelations between ecology on the one hand and the activities, needs and failures of human groups and societies on the other.
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Excellence in Ecology 3

After first defining ecology and the ecosystem approach, information is given on how to approach ecological problems, emphasizing the need for sustained ecological studies. A critical assessment is given of the interrelations between ecology on the one hand and the activities, needs and failures of human groups and societies on the other.

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