3 edition of Systematic, economic, and ecological investigations. found in the catalog.
Systematic, economic, and ecological investigations.
Issued in 6 continuously paged parts.
|Series||Contributions from the U.S. National Herbarium -- v. 5, Contributions from the United States National Herbarium -- v. 5.|
|Contributions||United States National Museum.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||585 p., 77 plates :|
|Number of Pages||585|
Focusing on real-world decisions, this book describes studies conducted in six U.S. watersheds where both ecological and economic analyses were needed. Decision contexts for these studies include negotiations to satisfy Endangered Species Act requirements, natural resource damage assessment, Clean Water Act permitting, and community development. Downloadable! Sustainable Global Sourcing (SGS) is a rapidly emerging field with a geometric growth that is evidenced by the number of articles published within this field. The aim of this paper is to develop a systematic study quantitatively depicting the knowledge structure of the SGS field. A bibliometric analysis in conjunction with citation analysis and co-citation analysis is adopted Cited by: 6.
RECENT WORK ON THE SYSTEMATIC ANATOMY OF THE MONOCOTYLEDONS (with special reference to investigations at the Jodrell Laboratory at Kew). C. R. METCALFE. Introduction After the publication in , of the 2 volumes by Metcalfe and Chalk entitled 'Anatomy of the Dicotyledons ', it was felt that a reference book. The first paper linking diet to risk of Alzheimer’s disease was a multi-country ecological study published in It used prevalence of Alzheimer’s disease in 11 countries along with dietary supply factors, finding that total fat and total energy (caloric) supply were strongly correlated with prevalence, while fish and cereals/grains were.
Design and Methods: We conducted a systematic literature review using the following criteria: journal articles retrieved in the Abstracts in Social Gerontology, published –, successful aging/ageing in the title or text (n = ), a critique of successful aging models as a key component of the -seven articles met the by: This guide offers a systematic approach to the wide variety of published materials on the use of plants by people. Economic plants are defined as being useful either directly, as in food, or indirectly, as products we use or that enhance the environment. the ecological benefits and healing abilities of invasives. Rochester, VT, Healing Arts.
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Key Terms in this Chapter. Sustainability: Ensuring economic viability while achieving ecological and social welfare. Circular Economy: Reduction of resource consumption, wastage, and energy consumption through more efficient end-to-end processes along the entire product lifecycle.
Triple Bottom Line: The combination of economic, ecological, and social aspects and their Author: Julian M. Müller. Test Bank for Environmental Economics An Introduction 7th Edition by Field 1 chapters — updated AM — 0 people liked it.
Environmental Economics, Ecological Economics, and the Concept economic Sustainable Development Article (PDF Available) in Environmental Values 6(2) February with 3, Reads.
Suggested Citation: "5 Economic and Ecological Impacts of Abrupt Climate Change." National Research Council. Abrupt Climate Change: Inevitable Surprises. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: / M ost studies of the potential ecological and economic impacts of climate change and greenhouse warming have focused on.
Moretti et al. provide a recent systematic review of the environmental and economic benefits of smart grids (Moretti et al., ). A smart grid is a "technologically advanced network [that] is.
some researchers from conducting systematic investigations of population health—a point to which we will return in later chapters. THE ECOLOGICAL MODEL—AN OVERVIEW Today, there is a renewed interest in the utility of an ecological approach in public health and epidemiology.
Recent position statements Systematic leadingFile Size: KB. Economic recessions have been estimated to significantly affect the population’s health and wellbeing, which applies, in particular, to vulnerable groups of people [1–5].In countries that have been hardest hit by the latest recession, which started inthe living and working conditions have substantially worsened .Work Systematic more precarious and unemployment.
The economic and environmental performance of a district heating (DH) system is to a great extent affected by the size and dynamic behavior of the DH load.
By implementing energy efficiency measures (EEMs) to increase a building’s thermal performance and by performing cost-optimal energy renovation, the operation of the DH system will be altered.
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Please check the relevant section in this Guide for Authors for more. The term new systematics was coined by Julian Huxley (). New systematics is systematic study which takes into consideration all types of characters including those from classification morphology, anatomy, cytology, physiology, biochemistry, ecology, genetics, development (embryology), behaviour, etc.
of the whole population instead of a few typological specimens. Ecology (from Greek: οἶκος, "house", or "environment"; -λογία, "study of") is a branch of biology concerning interactions among organisms and their biophysical environment, which includes both biotic and abiotic components.
Topics of interest include the biodiversity, distribution, biomass, and populations of organisms, as well as cooperation and competition within and between. Social-ecological systems (SESs) are complex and dynamic, and their resilience is defined as “the capacity of a system to absorb disturbance and reorganize while undergoing a change to still retain essentially the same function, structure, identity, and feedbacks”  (p.
6).The absorption of a disturbance is the amount of change that a system can absorb without changing to a different Author: Cristina González-Quintero, V. Sophie Avila-Foucat. The relationship between adaptive management of social-ecological systems and law: a systematic review Miguel F.
Frohlich 1, Chris Jacobson 1, Pedro Fidelman 1,2 Cited by: 7. Based on more than fifteen years of research and practice, Environmental and Economic Sustainability introduces the environmental and economic sustainability assessment (EESA), a new way to make decisions that meets the challenges of the 21 st century.
Incorporating elements of life-cycle analysis, risk assessment, cost-benefit analysis, and 5/5(1). The first attempts to analyze economic problems appear in the writings of the ancient Greeks. Plato recognized the economic basis of social life and in his Republic organized a model society on the basis of a careful division of labor.
Aristotle, too, attributed great importance to economic security as the basis for social and political health. Biodiversity Loss: Economic and Ecological Issues Paperback – Janu by Charles Perrings (Author) out of 5 stars 1 rating.
See all 6 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Cited by: The objective of Risk Analysis in Theory and Practice is to present this analytical framework and to illustrate how it can be used in the investigation of economic decisions under risk.
In a sense, the economics of risk is a difficult subject: it involves understanding human decisions in the absence of perfect information. nature of ecological and economic systems (as discussed below) and is a key concept in ecological economics.
Coevolution of Ecological and Economic Systems One of the strongest barriers to the union of economics and ecology has been the presumption that ecological and economics systems are separable and do not need to be understood by: Parkia biglobosa (Jacq.) R.
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Despite its socio-economic importance and value for local and regional economies, the species has remained at infant stage of domestication, yet declining in the Author: J. Houndonougbo, B. Kassa, S. Mensah, V. Salako, R. Glèlè Kakaï, A. Assogbadjo. This paper aims to analyse scientific studies focusing on both environmental sustainability and smart city concepts to understand the relationship between these two.
In order to do so the study identifies information about researchers, models, frameworks and tools focused on the chosen themes. This research uses a qualitative methodology, through a systematic Cited by:. Why Ecologists Need Systematics: Importance of Systematics to Ecological Research For clarifying host-parasite associations, often a goal in ecological investigations, modern analytical methods of systematists can facilitate the ordering of systematic relationships.
Keywords: coevolution, nematode species, taxa, trophic by: This paper and indeed the evolution of Ecological Public Health as a concept have emerged from attempts to better integrate environmental and health impact assessment for which the publication of the book Health and Environmental Impact Assessment – An Integrated Approach by the British Medical Association 2 laid the groundwork in the late by: Biological invasions have received a great deal of scientific attention, with intense controversies, many hypotheses proposed, with important implications for fundamental understanding of the ecology and evolution of natural systems, for management, and for Cited by: