Defining and measuring sustainability: the biogeophysical foundations
Distributed for the United Nations University by the World Bank, May 1, 1995 - Business & Economics - 440 pages
Introdução à definição e medição de sustentabilidade biogeofísica compreendo os artigos de background, estudos de casos e ecossistemas gerenciados.
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Key Concepts and Terminology of Sustainable Development
From Local Effects to Global Change
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agricultural agroecosystems Amazon Amazon basin animals approach areas arid Assessment atmosphere Bachman's sparrow basin biodiversity biogeophysical biological diversity biomass biophysical carbon changes climate coarse woody debris communities components conservation crop cumulative cycle defined degradation dynamics ecological economic ecosys effects EMAP end points energy environment environmental example factors fish fisheries forest ecosystems function global grasslands grazing growth habitat harvesting human impacts important increase indicators inputs integrity IPAL jhum Kenya land landscape Large Marine Ecosystems livestock long-term maintain Marsabit District measurements ment models National natural nitrogen nomic nutrients organisms patterns percent plant pollution population potential primary productivity problem processes rainfall Ramakrishnan range rangelands rates region savanna scale Science Sherman social soil sources spatial species square kilometers stocks structure sustainable development temperate tion trees tropical ture variables vegetation wildlife World yield