Natural Resource Management Reimagined

Using the Systems Ecology Paradigm

Robert G. Woodmansee (Redaktør) ; John C. Moore (Redaktør) ; Dennis S. Ojima (Redaktør) ; Laurie Richards (Redaktør)

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Brings scientists, policy makers, land and water managers and citizen stakeholders together to resolve natural resource and environmental problems.

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Innholdsfortegnelse

Preface; 1. The system ecology paradigm Robert G. Woodmansee, John C. Moore and Dennis S. Ojima; 2. Environmental and natural resource challenges in the 21st century Dennis S. Ojima and Robert G. Woodmansee; 3. Evolution of ecosystem science to advance science and society in the 21st century David C. Coleman, Eldor A. Paul, Stacy Lynn and Thomas Rosswall; 4. Five decades of modeling supporting the systems ecology paradigm William J. Parton, Stephen J. Del Grosso, Eleanor E. Campbell, Melanie D. Hartman, Tom Hobbs, John C. Moore, David M. Swift, David S. Schimel, Dennis S. Ojima, Michael B. Coughenour, Randall B. Boone, Keith Paustian, H. Williams Hunt and Robert G. Woodmansee; 5. Advances in technology supporting the systems ecology paradigm David S. Schimel; 6. Emergence of cross-scale structural and functional processes in ecosystem science Randall B. Boone, Robert G. Woodmansee, James K. Detling, Daniel Binkley, Thomas J. Stohlgren, Monique E. Rocca, William H. Romme, Paul H. Evangelista, Sunil Kumar and Michael G. Ryan; 7. Evolution of the systems ecology paradigm in managing ecosystems Robert G. Woodmansee, Michael B. Coughenour, Jill Baron, Keith Paustian, William Parton, Thomas Stohlgren, William Romme, Paul H. Evangelista, Cameron Aldridge, Dennis S. Ojima, William Lauenroth, Ingrid Burke, Kathleen Galvin and Robin Reid; 8. Land/atmosphere/water interactions Robert G. Woodmansee, Jill Baron, Michael B. Coughenour, Wei Gao, Laurie Richards, William Parton, David S. Schimel, Keith Paustian, Stephen Ogle, Dennis S. Ojima, Richard Conant and Mathew Wallenstein; 9. Humans in ecosystems David M. Swift, Randall B. Boone, Michael B. Coughenour and Gregory Newman; 10. A systems ecology approach for community-based decision making: the Structured Analysis Methodology (SAM) Robert G. Woodmansee and Sarah R. Woodmansee; 11. Environmental literacy: the Systems Ecology Paradigm (SEP) Robert G. Woodmansee, John C. Moore, Gregory Newman, Paul H. Evangelista and Katherine Woodmansee; 12. Organizational and administrative challenges and innovations Jacob Hautaluoma, Robert G. Woodmansee, Nicole E. Kaplan, John C. Moore, Diana Wall and Clara Woodmansee; 13. Where to from here? unravelling wicked problems Robert G. Woodmansee, Dennis S. Ojima and Nicole E. Kaplan.

Om forfatteren

Robert G. Woodmansee is Professor Emeritus and former Director of the Natural Resource Ecology Laboratory (NREL) at Colorado State University (CSU). He is also a former Program Director for Ecosystem Studies at the U.S. National Science Foundation, and a founding member of the Long-Term Ecological Research (LTER) Program. His research interests are in biogeochemistry and landscape ecology, including spatial and temporal scaling in ecosystems. John C. Moore is Professor and Head of the Department of Ecosystem Science and Sustainability and Director of the NREL at Colorado State University. His research interests are in the fields of soil ecology, mathematical/theoretical ecology, and the application of the theory of complex adaptive systems to teaching and learning. His research on food web structure, function and dynamics is positioned at the interfaces of community ecology, ecosystem ecology, and evolution linking species traits and adaptions to biogeochemical cycles. Dennis S. Ojima is Professor in the Ecosystem Science and Sustainability Department and a Senior Research Scientist in the NREL at Colorado State University. His research addresses climate change effects on ecosystems around the world. He was involved in the Millennium Ecosystem Assessment, the International Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), and in 2007 received the Nobel Peace Prize for his work on the latter. Laurie Richards serves as a pre-award research administrator for approximately 83 research scientists and graduate students from both the NREL and Department of Ecosystem Science and Sustainability (ESS). She also acts as the publication editor and manager assisting NREL/ESS scientific staff with manuscript submission to many scientific journals.