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Can the new science of complexity help solve the ecological crisis? Levin argues that our biosphere is the classic example of a complex adaptive system and discusses such question as: how much loss can an ecosystem bear before it starts to collapse? how resilient are these systems? do they in fact hover at the edge of chaos?
- Biodiversity and Our Lives: A Cautionary Tale
- The Nature of Environment
- Six Fundamental Questions
- Patterns in Nature
- Ecological Assembly
- The Evolution of Biodiversity
- On Form and Function
- The Ontogeny and Evolution of Ecosystems
- Where Do We Go From Here?
- Complexity and Commons