Systems Ecology: An Introduction

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John Wiley & Sons Incorporated, 1983 - Science - 644 pages
An integrated theoretical and applied introduction to systems ecology that uses energy diagrammatic language to explain basic concepts of systems, modelling, and simulation. Teaches energetics while at the same time dealing with the issues of organization, entropy, information, complexity, diversity, frequency, and power and the ways these determine the nature of real systems. Includes analog and digital computer modelling, enabling readers without prior programming experience to create computer models of ecological processes.

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Intersections
139
Autocatalytic Modules
159
Loops
181
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