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An integrated conceptual framework for long-term social—ecological research

The global reach of human activities affects all natural ecosystems, so that the environment is best viewed as a socia—ecological system. Consequently, a more integrative approach to environmental science, one that bridges the biophysical and social domains, is sorely needed. Although models... Full description

1st Person: Collins, Scott L
Additional Persons: Carpenter, Stephen R; Swinton, Scott M; Orenstein, Daniel E; Childers, Daniel L; Gragson, Ted L; Grimm, Nancy B; Grove, J Morgan; Harlan, Sharon L; Kaye, Jason P; Knapp, Alan K; Kofinas, Gary P; Magnuson, John J; McDowell, William H; Melack, John M; Ogden, Laura A; Robertson, G Philip; Smith, Melinda D; Whitmer, Ali C
Source: in Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment Vol. 9, No. 6 (2011), p. 351-357
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Type of Publication: Article
Language: English
Published: 2011
Online: Volltext
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