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Environmental Ecology versus Human Ecology

Szczepan Szpoton
2021 Kwartalnik naukowy Fides et Ratio  
A collation of environmental ecology with human ecology was the essence of the article.  ...  The field of the research included the topics: blending the range of care for ecosystem with the responsibility for our own human nature; presenting a connection between sexuality and procreation concentrated  ...  the relationship between environmental ecology and human ecology.  ... 
doi:10.34766/fetr.v47i3.948 fatcat:bukfzifi3fhbhlo2u2qogcx4yq

Urbanism in the anthropocene: Ecological urbanism or premium ecological enclaves?

Mike Hodson, Simon Marvin
2010 City  
for the figures and photographs illustrating this contribution.  ...  Acknowledgements We are grateful to our colleagues in SURF-Tim May and Beth Perry-for their support in developing the ideas in this paper and to Vivian Liang for excellent help in securing the permissions  ...  In this sense eco-urbanism may represent an attempt to build privatised and bounded ecological spaces that can anticipate and transcend ecological constraint and climate change for their users.  ... 
doi:10.1080/13604813.2010.482277 fatcat:rhnp3vz5vrg65nrqvxy7ehsq5y

Fisheries Ecology

R. H. K. Mann, T. J. Pitcher, P. J. B. Hart
1983 Journal of Animal Ecology  
Chapter 9 is an interesting exercise in combining the ideals of fishery management with the constraints of economics.  ...  Indeed, for me, it is one of the pleasures of this book, for it brings to our notice an area about which until recently, comparatively little was known, save for the fact that it has a high complement  ... 
doi:10.2307/4612 fatcat:hrq2nkruazbulcoqyd3zfmvvu4

ECOLOGICAL ECONOMICS VS ECONOMIC(AL) ECOLOGY

G. Kharlamova, V. Nesterenko
2015 Vìsnik. Kiïvsʹkogo Nacìonalʹnogo Unìversitetu ìmenì Tarasa Ševčenka. Ekonomìka  
Thus, for some states the Kuznets environmental curve has place, for others -no. Same could be said about different years for the same state.  ...  Currently world faces the dilemma -ecological economy or economic(al) ecology. The researchers produce hundreds of surveys on the topic.  ...  Thus, in mathematical form it was described the optimization model of the industrial structure of an ecological-economic system based on both economic and environmental constraints.  ... 
doi:10.17721/1728-2667.2015/174-9/14 fatcat:dq5p3oekxvf2dejr7qvdcast2a

Metabolic ecology

Murray M. Humphries, Kevin S. McCann, Tim Coulson
2013 Journal of Animal Ecology  
across an _ environmental gradient.  ...  E-mail: murray.humphries@ mcgill.ca place on their environment for all resources, and © 2013 The Authors.  ... 
doi:10.1111/1365-2656.12124 pmid:24028511 fatcat:ns6ubx7yzrghtj77txcld4p6qq

Tautology in Evolution and Ecology

Robert Henry Peters
1976 American Naturalist  
ECOLOGICAL TAUTOLOGIES With the example of evolutionary theory, the scientific aptitude for logical thought, and the length and difficulty of large-scale ecological experiment, it is not surprising that  ...  The point is that the general statement of natural selection gives an exhaustive list of the responses of an organism to the environment: selection or rejection.  ... 
doi:10.1086/283045 fatcat:tabccr72hjfbhb24bfv3axzolu

Ecology

Holmes Rolston,, Cheryl Handel, Kathleen Shields
2007 Journal of Catholic Social Thought  
By comparison, ecology is often thought to be a less mature science, for all its importance.  ...  Ecology" is, etymologically, the logic of living creatures' homes. Christian ethicists find the word suggestively related to "ecumenical," with common roots in the Greek "oikos," the inhabited world.  ...  In an ecological view, however, an overemphasis on intrinsic value, the value of an individual "for what it is in itself' can become problematic.  ... 
doi:10.5840/jcathsoc20074215 fatcat:fqgvuy5jvfel7j3rowwkzbjzvy

Information Ecology and Cognitive Justice: Core Value and Methodological Principles of Information Ecology

Kang Ouyang
2017 Proceedings (MDPI)  
an advanced self-awareness.  ...  behavior, which enlightens us a lot. (1) Whether the external social and political cultural environment is rational and orderly, whether it is harmonious, and whether there exist external constraints  ...  behavior, which enlightens us a lot. (1) Whether the external social and political cultural environment is rational and orderly, whether it is harmonious, and whether there exist external constraints  ... 
doi:10.3390/is4si-2017-04078 fatcat:ae622izv6jcq7jl2rshqvacu7a

An Ecological Approach to Interface Design

John M. Flach, Fumiya Tanabe, Kazuo Monta, Kim J. Vicente, Jens Rasmussen
1998 Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Annual Meeting  
This approach goes beyond issues of information requirements to address meaning as an emergent property of a dynamic work ecology.  ...  These approaches will be reviewed and a case will be made that an ecological or use centered approach provides the most comprehensive perspective to the interface design problem.  ...  Of course, the ecological approach assumes that the eco-logic (reflecting constraints and affordances of situations) is at the heart of the problem.  ... 
doi:10.1177/154193129804200324 fatcat:ox4gq5lbdjggdbu2yorewjaolm

The urban ecological regulation based on ecological carrying capacity

Peng Kang, Linyu Xu
2010 Procedia Environmental Sciences  
for regulation to focus on the spatial-temporal balance of carrying capacity.  ...  feedback in process, are improved ecological carrying capacity, herein it is significant for us to regulate the direction, speed and scale of urban development in order to achieve the urban sustainable  ...  The ecological security can be acted as the goal or objective of urban ecological, although Ecological security includes many aspects, for example, the security of biology and environment, between biology  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.proenv.2010.10.180 fatcat:y3v3ewqitbdlxdpoywmzsbx6hq

Hollow Ecology: Ecological Modernization Theory and the Death of Nature

Jeffrey A. Ewing
2017 Journal of World-Systems Research  
Finally, this article argues that in order to address the ecological challenges of our era, environmental sociology needs to reject "green capitalist" traditions like 'ecological modernization theory'  ...  The last few decades have seen the rise of 'ecological modernization theory' (EMT) as a "green capitalist" tradition extending modernization theory into environmental sociology.  ...  Thus, EM theorist's grounds for rejection of whole families of alternative ecological traditions centers on EMT's committed "failure to incorporate the biophysical environment as an independent causal  ... 
doi:10.5195/jwsr.2017.611 fatcat:wlc3fazxjndyxjpu7uwbh2b4su

Nutrition, ecology and nutritional ecology: toward an integrated framework

David Raubenheimer, Steven J. Simpson, David Mayntz
2009 Functional Ecology  
We end with an initial attempt at assessing the expansion of our own contribution, the Geometric Framework, to better satisfy the criterion of ecological explicitness.  ...  We evaluate against these criteria four existing frameworks (Optimal Foraging Theory, Classical Insect Nutritional Ecology, the Geometric Framework for nutrition, and Ecological Stoichiometry), and conclude  ...  Acknowledgement Authors thank Tom Anderson, Mike Kearney, Carol Boggs, Spencer Behmer and two anonymous referees for useful suggestions which improved this article.  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1365-2435.2009.01522.x fatcat:6q62x4pajjhhjjysnkbtyoglo4

Sustainable ecological economies

John E Cantlon, Herman E Koenig
1999 Ecological Economics  
What is required are on-line institutional processes for effectively translating emerging ecological risk assessments into economic incentives for feasible adaptations throughout the systems.  ...  These accounts show, among other things, that excess resource harvest rates and material releases into the natural environment have been ecological risks of growing scope and scale throughout the history  ...  But, they have no intrinsic logic for responding to ecological risks, sociological objectives and/or fiscal constraints.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0921-8009(99)00044-0 fatcat:wdnw3y6wvzdmzbe5fl77snzihy

Political Ecology

James B. Greenberg, Thomas K. Park
1994 Journal of Political Ecology  
Netting 1981) or by explicitly considering both local political economy and ecological constraints (A. Southall 1976) .  ...  from ecology, for ecology had itself borrowed them from political economy.  ... 
doi:10.2458/v1i1.21154 fatcat:zqm77u5usfdvdo3hsxxagxyk6q

Ecological boundaries: a derivative of ecological entities

J. Kolasa
2014 Web Ecology  
</strong> Defining ecological boundary as an outer envelope of an ecological entity such as an individual, colony, population, community, an ecosystem, or any other discernible unit provides methodological  ...  To facilitate the above I provide general criteria one may use for identifying ecological entities. Such criteria should assist in focusing on boundaries appropriate for a given research question.  ...  Hayward and Matthew Hammond for numerous constructive suggestions on a draft of this text as well as Dr. V. Grimm who was one of the reviewers.  ... 
doi:10.5194/we-14-27-2014 fatcat:3zbf6weswjeyzjciyucfjxdvc4
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