... differs from apolitical ecological studies by politicizing environmental issues and phenomena. The academic ... geography Ecological crisis Eco-socialism Ecogovernmentality Environmental Politics Environmental racism Environmental ... environmental conflict, conservation and control, and environmental identities and social movements. The term "political ... focusing on human responses to environmental events without presupposing the impact of political processes on environmental ...
It is an ecological, environmental, economic, and humanitarian disaster. Caused by surface runoff, the erosion occurs, notably ... Unchecked, the phenomenon will eventually transform the region into a badland. Though concentrated in several towns and states ...
... their situation is degenerative as a result of the defeat of natural selection coupled with natural environmental phenomena. ... Natural selection has helped them to recover from the ecological damage and become stronger again. They too are forced into ... The genetically-altered niche adapted humans survive, they must face a new phenomenon, but they are well prepared. They can no ... The book begins with the impact of genetic engineering and ecological damage caused by humans. About 200 years, modern humans ...
All this, with associated phenomena, determines an ecological rearrangement that simulates Atlantic conditions for species with ... in forming true structured submarine forests only in the Strait of Messina and are evidence of the optimal environmental ... Great biological and ecological importance is also ascribed to the already cited Laminariales of the Strait Sacchoryza ...
Multiple states may persist under equal environmental conditions, a phenomenon known as hysteresis. Alternative stable state ... an ecological synthesis. In Biodiversity Loss, Ecological and Economical Issues (Perrings, C.A. et al., eds), pp. 44-83, ... Due to ecological feedbacks, ecosystems display resistance to state shifts and therefore tend to remain in one state unless ... In this ecological context, hysteresis refers to the existence of different stable states under the same variables or ...
human ecology and ecological anthropology. social ecology, ecological health and environmental psychology. Ecology has also ... which examines ecological phenomena at the largest possible scale, addressing macroecological questions; landscape ecology, ... Ecology also plays important roles in many inter-disciplinary fields: ecological design and ecological engineering. ecological ... biogeography, the study of the geographic distributions of species ; chemical ecology, which deals with the ecological role of ...
Environmental economics - subfield of economics concerned with environmental issues. Evolutionary economics - part of ... Ecological economics - an interdisciplinary and transdisciplinary field that aims to address the interdependence and ... Economic history - study of economies or economic phenomena in the past. Economic sociology - studies both the social effects ... Planning Environmental planning - is the process of facilitating decision making to carry out land development with the ...
... to develop activities that were strongly influenced by down-to-earth phenomena in environmental art and the new ecological ... Environmental art as an innovative medium for environmental education in Biosphere Reserves, Environmental Education Research, ... Arts-based environmental education (AEE) brings art education and environmental education together in one undertaking. The ... People would be educated by that environmental art or sculpture and it is a good approach to do art-base environmental ...
... quantitative predictions about the effects of human induced environmental change on a diverse variety of ecological phenomena, ... Under unified neutral theory, complex ecological interactions are permitted among individuals of an ecological community (such ... allowing the analysis and visualization of large-scale computational simulations of ecological phenomena. Importantly, these ... mechanistic processes generate observable phenomena across species and ecological environments. Based on biologically realistic ...
He has also documented the environmental impacts of overfishing, and phenomena such as El Niño on coastal ecology. Dayton is ... The provision and subsequent utilization of space in a rocky intertidal community published in Ecological Monograph has been ... the only person to win both the George Mercer Award (1974) and the WS Cooper Award (2000) from the Ecological Society of ...
... to provide educational and research areas for ecological and environmental studies; and (3) to preserve gene pools of typical ... natural phenomena, and geological and hydrological formations." The Bureau of Land Management manages 192 RNAs with a total ... Research Natural Areas (RNAs) are part of a nationwide network of ecological areas set aside for both research and education. ... The areas "contain important ecological and scientific values and are managed for minimum human disturbance." The Bureau of ...
Chanson, H. (2009). Environmental, Ecological and Cultural Impacts of Tidal Bores, Benaks, Bonos and Burros. Proc. ... The phenomenon is feared by the locals to sink ships. It is reported to break up to 130 km (81 mi) inland, but usually up to 40 ... A tidal bore, often simply given as bore in context, is a tidal phenomenon in which the leading edge of the incoming tide forms ... The Fly River, Papua New Guinea: Environmental Studies in an Impacted Tropical River System. Elsevier Science. ISBN 978- ...
Descendants inherit genes plus environmental characteristics generated by the ecological actions of ancestors.[15] Other ... Maternal or paternal imprinting phenomena (also see epigenetics). 5. Sex-linked interactions. *Sex-linked inheritance ( ... For example, ecological inheritance through the process of niche construction is defined by the regular and repeated activities ... All evolutionary phenomena can be explained in a way consistent with known genetic mechanisms and the observational evidence of ...
The IBGE also maintains the Roncador Ecological Reserve, situated 35 km south of Brasília. Gives an overview of the economy and ... and environmental farming. It usually occurs every 10 years. The last agricultural census conducted by the IBGE in Brazil was ... describes the phenomena of economic life: production, consumption and wealth accumulation, providing a comprehensive and ... geodetic and environmental information in Brazil. IBGE performs a decennial national census; questionnaires account for ...
This topic is typically indexed under the larger rubric of 'Ecological (or Environmental) Psychology'. However, the notion of ... is the mechanism through which the reciprocal relations between different levels of nested or related phenomena occur. The ... "Ecological units" exist at the interface between the ecological environment and certain practice of molar behavior. These units ... Toward an Ecological Psychology, Reed, E.S. (1996), Oxford University Press, New York Ecological Psychology in Context: James ...
... is a political, cultural, and ecological system or set of views based on naturally defined areas called ... Bioregionalism stresses that the determination of a bioregion is also a cultural phenomenon, and emphasizes local populations, ... Bioregions are defined through physical and environmental features, including watershed boundaries and soil and terrain ... This perspective seeks to: Ensure that political boundaries match ecological boundaries. Highlight the unique ecology of the ...
"The Pearl Mussel - Salmon Community in the Varzuga River, Northwest Russia: problems of environmental impacts". Ecological ... Recently, Zyuganov has focused on studying the negligible senescence phenomenon. He shows himself as an apologist of the ... "The Pearl Mussel - Salmon Community in the Varzuga River, Northwest Russia: problems of environmental impacts". Ecological ... Ahlgren I.; Bigneri A.; Ziuganov V. (1997). "Studies of environmental history of the baltic as recipient and estuary of ...
... processes and phenomena in relationship to social concerns. Integrated social and ecological approaches developed as an ethical ... Inform the public about ecological dynamics and the environmental problems we face. • Revise ecological relationships, ... Arte povera BioArt Crop art Ecofeminist art Ecological art Ecovention Environmental movement Environmental sculpture ... The term "environmental art" often encompasses "ecological" concerns but is not specific to them. It primarily celebrates an ...
... it is important to summarize one of the most significant economic and ecological phenomena today, globalization. The next ... If economic and environmental changes in a community affect access to food, food security, and dietary health, then this ... Marcel Mauss referred to the gift as a "total social phenomenon", fraught with ritual and socio political as well as material ... If practiced on a small scale, over a large area, with long fallow periods, horticulture has less negative environmental impact ...
... and The Ecological Thought (2010), through which he problematizes environmental theory from the standpoint of ecological ... such that the experience of its phenomena becomes present for and shared with the audience. Art is also an important theme in ... Ecology Without Nature: Rethinking Environmental Aesthetics (Harvard University Press). 2010. The Ecological Thought (Harvard ... Being Ecological (Pelican Books). Literature and Ecology (Interview, What's the Word?, 2009) On The Ecological Thought ( ...
... is widely recognized as the gold standard for environmental and ecological studies. MIKE 3 can be used for assessment of ... water quality and ecological forecasting, phenomena whenever 3D flow structures is important. MIKE 3 is a generalised ... MIKE 3 can be applied to oceanographic studies,coastal circulation studies, water pollution studies,environmental impact ... hydrographic conditions for design, construction and operation of structures and plants in stratified waters, environmental ...
... and Ecological Imperialism (1986). The study of biohistory, although similar to environmental history, is different in the ... evolutionary biology is different because it only takes into account the scientific aspects of phenomena and not the historical ... Alfred W. Crosby, a prominent environmental historian once claimed that "[t]he ideology of environmental history is, at its ... environmental history gained notoriety as a discipline. It did not take long for environmental history to shift towards using ...
... called the edge effect and is essentially due to a locally broader range of suitable environmental conditions or ecological ... The phenomenon of increased variety of plants as well as animals at the community junction (ecotone) is also ... Environmental conditions enable certain species of plants and animals to colonize habitat borders. Plants that colonize tend to ... The three factors affecting edges can be summarized: Abiotic effect-Changes in the environmental conditions that result from ...
This phenomenon has been shown by various experiments: One example of this is empirically shown, specifically, in a study by ... "narrow ecological niche". This means the rabbit would excel at surviving because it has a wider range of flexible qualities. Of ... then that fitter species is more likely to continue to adapt to future environmental situations. Lockhart, who refers to this ... phenomenon, suggests that if a rabbit and a koala were compared that a rabbit would thrive and survive in many environments ...
Goldman labels this phenomenon the "Narmada effect" in which the Bank staff remind themselves that they must "reform or die" in ... receiving claims that the feasibility studies conducted for the project ignored the strong likelihood of negative ecological ... The Panel of Environmental and Social Experts (POE) weighs the social and environmental costs of the Nam Theun 2 Hydropower ... This effect also relates to the growing interest and activity of NGOs that pursue environmental and social goals. The Nam Theun ...
Ecological Monographs. 66 (1): 91-113. doi:10.2307/2963482.. *^ a b Pimm, S. L. (1979). "The structure of food webs" (PDF). ... Population structure, migration rates, and environmental refuge for prey are other possible causes for pyramids with biomass ... These characterizations stem from the ecosystem concept, which assumes that the phenomena under investigation (interactions and ... Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America. 83 (2): 142-146.. *^ Egerton, FN (2007). "Understanding food chains and food ...