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Titre(s) : Natural resource management reimagined [Texte imprimé] : using the systems ecology paradigm / edited by Robert G. Woodmansee... [et al.]

Publication : Cambridge, United Kingdom : Cambridge university press, 2021

Description matérielle : 1 vol. (XIX-441 p.-[12] p. de pl.) : ill. en coul. ; 24 cm

Collection : Ecology, biodiversity and conservation

Lien à la collection : Ecology, biodiversity and conservation 


Note(s) : Notes bibliogr. Index
The Systems Ecology Paradigm (SEP) incorporates humans as integral parts of ecosystems and emphasizes issues that have significant societal relevance such as grazing land, forestland, and agricultural ecosystem management, biodiversity and global change impacts. Accomplishing this societally relevant research requires cutting-edge basic and applied research. This book focuses on environmental and natural resource challenges confronting local to global societies for which the SEP methodology must be utilized for resolution. Key elements of SEP are a holistic perspective of ecological/social systems, systems thinking, and the ecosystem approach applied to real world, complex environmental and natural resource problems. The SEP and ecosystem approaches force scientific emphasis to be placed on collaborations with social scientists and behavioral, learning, and marketing professionals. The SEP has given environmental scientists, decision makers, citizen stakeholders, and land and water managers a powerful set of tools to analyse, integrate knowledge, and propose adoption of solutions to important local to global problems


Sujet(s) : Gestion des ressources naturelles  Voir les notices liées en tant que sujet

Indice(s) Dewey :  333.7 (23e éd.)  Voir les notices liées en tant que sujet


Numéros : ISBN 9781108497558. - ISBN 1108497551 (rel.). - ISBN 9781108740135. - ISBN 1108740138 (br.)

Identifiant de la notice  : ark:/12148/cb468158876

Notice n° :  FRBNF46815887 (notice reprise d'un réservoir extérieur)



Table des matières : The Systems Ecology Paradigm /Robert G. Woodmnasee, John C. Moore, and Dennis S. Ojima ; Environmental and Natural Resource Challenges in the Twenty-First Century /Dennsi S. Ojima and Robert G. Woodmansee ; Evolution and Ecosystem Science to Advance Science and Society in the Twenty-First Century /David C. Coleman, Eldor A. Paul, Stacy Lynn, and Thomas Rosswall ; Five Decades of Modeling Supporting the Systems Ecology Paradigm /William J. Parton, Stephen J. Del Grosso, Eleanor E. Campbell, Melanie D. Hartman, N. T. Hobbs, John C. Moore, David M. Swift, David S. Schimel, Dennis S. Ojima, Michael B. Coughenour, Randall B. Boone, Keith Paustian, H. W. Hunt, and Robert G. Woodmansee ; Advances in Technology Supporting the Systems Ecology Paradigm /David S. Schimel ; Emergence of Cross-Scale Structural and Functional Processes in Ecosystem Science /Randall B. Boone, Robert G. Woodmansee, James K. Detling, Daniel Binkley, Thomas J. Stohlgren, Monique E. Rocca, William H. Romme, Paul H. Evangelista, Sunil Kumar, and Michael G. Ryan ; Evolution of the Systems Ecology Paradigm in Managing Ecosystems /Robert G. Woodmansee, Michael B. Coughenour, Keith Paustian, William J. Parton, Thomas J. Stohlgren, William H. Romme, Paul H. Evangelista, Cameron Aldridge, Dennis S. Ojima, William Lauenroth, Ingrid Burke, Kathleen Galvin, and Robin Reid ; Land/ Atmosphere/ Water Interactions /Robert G. Woodmansee, Michael B. Coughenour, Wei Gao, Laurie Richards, William J. Parton, David S. Schimel, Keith Paustian, Stephen Ogle, Dennis S. Ojima, Richard Conant, and Mathew Wallenstein ; Humans in Ecosystems /David M Swift, Randall B. Boone, Michael B. Coughenour, and Gregory Newman ; A Systems Ecology Approach for Community-Based Decision Making: The Structured Analysis Methodology /Robert G. Woodmansee and Sarah R. Woodmansee ; Environmental Literacy: The Systems Ecology Paradigm /Robert G. Woodmansee, John C. Moore, Gregory Newman, Paul H. Evangelista, and Katherine S. Woodmansee ; Organizational and Administrative Challenges and Innovations /Jacob Hautaluoma, Robert G. Woodmansee, Nicole E. Kaplan, John C. Moore, and Clara J. Woodmansee ; Where to from Here? Unraveling Wicked Problems /Robert G. Woodmansee, Dennis S. Ojima, and Nicole E. Kaplan.

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