By: C Pahl-Wostl
268 pages, Tabs, figs
This volume sets out to develop a new framework within which the dynamic nature and organisation of ecosystems can be understood. The author examines the ability of ecosystems to combine function and adaptability despite comprising large ensembles of individual populations that are not subject to any central control. The perspective adopted by the author emphasises uncertainty as an essential part of ecological systems instead of viewing it as an obstacle impeding quantitative evaluations and predictions.
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