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Biodiversity in Heterogeneous and Dynamic Landscapes

Clélia Sirami.

in Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Environmental Science

P ublished online July 2016 .

Article. Subjects: Environmentalist Thought and Ideology (Environmental Science); Ecology and Conservation. 13765 words.

Although the concept of biodiversity emerged 30 years ago, patterns and processes influencing ecological diversity have been studied for more than a century. Historically, ecological...

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Environmental Accounting

Jean Louis Weber.

in Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Environmental Science

Article. Subjects: Research Methods in Life Sciences; Environmentalist Thought and Ideology (Environmental Science). 493 words.

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Hunter-Gatherer Economies in the Old World and New World

Christopher Morgan, Shannon Tushingham, Raven Garvey, Loukas Barton and Robert Bettinger.

in Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Environmental Science

P ublished online March 2017 .

Article. Subjects: Environmentalist Thought and Ideology (Environmental Science); Ecology and Conservation; Agriculture and Farming. 16486 words.

At the global scale, conceptions of hunter-gatherer economies have changed considerably over time and these changes were strongly affected by larger trends in Western history, philosophy,...

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Material and Energy Flow Analysis

Vincent Moreau and Guillaume Massard.

in Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Environmental Science

P ublished online March 2017 .

Article. Subjects: Environmentalist Thought and Ideology (Environmental Science); Research Methods in Life Sciences. 9523 words.

The concept of metabolism takes root in biology and ecology as a systematic way to account for material flows in organisms and ecosystems. Early applications of the concept attempted to...

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