5 edition of Theoretical Studies of Ecosystems found in the catalog.
Theoretical Studies of Ecosystems
January 25, 1991
by Cambridge University Press
Written in English
|Contributions||M. Higashi (Editor), Thomas P. Burns (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||374|
This volume presents state-of-the-art research about mineral dust, including results from field campaigns, satellite observations, laboratory studies, computer modelling and theoretical studies. Dust research is a new, dynamic and fast-growing area of science and due to its multiple roles in the Earth system, dust has become a fascinating topic. The trophic-level-based ecosystem modelling approach: theoretical overview and practical uses. – ICES Journal of Marine Science, – A trophic-level (TL)-based ecosystem modelling approach is presented, where ecosystem functioning is modelled as a flow of biomass up the foodweb through predation and ontogenetic by:
Among the specific fields included are population dynamics and distribution, evolutionary ecology, ecological genetics, theoretical models, conservation biology, agroecosystem studies, and bioresource management. brief notes on both empirical and theoretical investigations, as well as comments on previously published papers, are published as. This review focuses on the methods and theoretical tools of complex systems, including both the modeling and simu-lation approaches above, though I also include a short section of references to individual speciﬁc complex systems, such a s economies or ecosystems, which can serve as a concrete foun-dation motivating the theoretical studies. II.
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When this book was first published indevelopments in the study of theoretical ecology had led to the appearance of more complex concepts in ecosystem theory.
As a result, ecosystems may be viewed as networks of coexisting living organisms and their non-living milieu which result in the transfer and transformation of material, energy and Cited by: When this book was first published indevelopments in the study of theoretical ecology had led to the appearance of more complex concepts in ecosystem theory.
This book presents a comprehensive overview of these ideas, bringing together in a single volume a. When Theoretical Studies of Ecosystems book book was first published indevelopments in the study of theoretical ecology had led to the appearance of more complex concepts in ecosystem theory.
As a result, ecosystems may be viewed as networks of coexisting living organisms and their non-living milieu which result in the transfer and transformation of material, energy and.
Theoretical ecology is the scientific discipline devoted to the study of ecological systems using theoretical methods such as simple conceptual models, mathematical models, computational simulations, and advanced data ive models improve understanding of the natural world by revealing how the dynamics of species populations are often based on fundamental biological conditions and.
Theoretical Systems Ecology: Advances and Case Studies aims to relate systems Theoretical Studies of Ecosystems book theory to theoretical systems ecologists and other theoreticians in systems science. The main language of systems theory is mathematics.
This book somewhat simplifies concepts, advances, and developments of the field to non-mathematicians who lack background.
Book Description. Around the globe, unfettered industrialisation has marched forth in unison with massive social inequities. Making matters worse, anthropogenic pressures on Earth’s living systems are causing alarming rates of thermal expansion, sea-level rise, biodiversity losses in terrestrial and aquatic ecosystems and a sixth mass extinction.
"Via multiple approaches (e.g., experimental, theoretical, cross-system comparisons), contributors discuss the energetics and biochemical branches of this rapidly evolving science, and present case studies illustrating how ecosystem science can identify and control problems in diverse ecosystems." --Reference and Research Book News, Book Description.
Ecological restoration is as essential as sustainable development for the health of the biosphere. Restoration, however, has been a low priority of most countries' environmental laws, which tend to focus narrowly on rehabilitation of small, discrete sites rather than the more ambitious recovery of entire ecosystems and landscapes.
The book arose out of appeals from colleagues in science and industry for a plainly written account of what resilience is all about and how a resilience approach differs from current practices. Rather than complicated theory, the book offers a conceptual overview along with five case studies of resilience thinking in the real by: The concept of entrepreneurial ecosystems has been gaining considerable attention during the past decade among practitioners, policymakers, and researchers.
However, to date, entrepreneurial ecosystem research has been largely atheoretical and static, and it focused mostly on advanced economies. In this paper, we therefore do two things. We first systematically review Author: Zhe Cao, Xianwei Shi. 1 Theoretical Frameworks for the Analysis of Social-Ecological Systems (two-tiered) arrangement to construct an approach (“Echo”, a multi-agent model) to simulating complex adaptive systems.
Description: Journal of Ecology publishes original research papers on all aspects of the ecology of plants (including algae), in both aquatic and terrestrial ecosystems.
Studies of plant communities, populations or individual species are accepted, as well as studies of the interactions between plants and animals, fungi or bacteria, providing they focus on the ecology of the plants. ‘This book successfully narrows down the broad concept of “ecosystems” and focuses on a more delineated context that surrounds firms when they start learning how to become independent by using available resources in their proximate environment.
Readers can learn not only about SUPIEs as a multilayered system but can also indulge in exploring the effective functioning of their essential. This major reference is an overview of the current state of theoretical ecology through a series of topical entries centered on both ecological and statistical themes.
Coverage ranges across scales--from the physiological, to populations, landscapes, and ecosystems. Entries provide an introduction to broad fields such as Applied Ecology, Behavioral Ecology, Computational Ecology. Publishing is our business. Read Free Content. Coronavirus.
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This book contains overviews and original studies focused on ecological and ecosystem functioning studies, hazards and conservation management, assessment of environmental variables affecting species diversity, also considering species richness.
( views) Principles of Field Biology and Ecology by Allen H. Benton - McGraw-Hill, Ecosystem ecology studies the processes and dynamics of ecosystems, and the way the flow of matter and energy through them structures natural systems.
The study of ecosystems can cover 10 orders of magnitude, from the surface layers of rocks to the surface of the planet. There is no single definition of what constitutes an ecosystem.
There are many unanswered questions about how and why changes in biodiversity could alter ecosystem functioning. This volume, written by top researchers, synthesizes empirical studies on the relationship between biodiversity and ecosystem functioning and extends that knowledge using a novel and coordinated set of models and theoretical approaches.
discusses two uses of the term “ecosystem” in the media studies literature, before outlining two examples of research on emerging news ecosystems, each which draws upon a different, if unacknowledged, theoretical tradition.
Thinking About News Ecosystems: A Brief Genealogical ExcursionFile Size: KB. Studies ecosystems The study of ecosystems defines a specific area of the earth and the attendant interactions among organisms and the physical-chemical environment present at the site.
Ecosystems are viewed by ecologists as basic units of the biosphere, much as cells are considered by biologists to be the basic units of an organism. theoretical ecology to marine ecosystems is the change in niche breadths of populations.
Thus, we suggest that a framework based on ecological theory focusing on fundamental and realized.concepts. Deterministic models (systems of differential or difference equations) dominated theoretical advances for much of the history of the field, and they continue to be the single most important choice of modeling framework for analytical models.
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