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A Classification of Landscape Services to Support Local Landscape Planning Ecology and Society
Van Eetvelde, Veerle; Ghent University, Department of Geography; veerle.vaneetvelde@UGent.be.
The ecosystem services approach has been proven successful to measure the contributions of nature and greenery to human well-being. Ecosystems have an effect on quality of life, but landscapes also, as a broader concept, may contribute to people’s well-being. The concept of landscape services, compared to ecosystem services, involves the social dimension of landscape and the spatial pattern resulting from both natural and human processes in the provision of benefits for human-well being. Our aim is to develop a classification for landscape services. The proposed typology of services is built on the Common International Classification of Ecosystem Services (CICES) and on a critical review of existing literature on human well-being dimensions,...
Tipo: Peer-Reviewed Reports Palavras-chave: Cultural services; Ecosystem services; Holism; Landscape services; Spatial pattern; Transdiciplinarity.
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ALGUNAS APLICACIONES DE LA TEORÍA DE SISTEMAS AL DESARROLLO ORGANIZACIONAL AgEcon
Climent Bonilla, Juan B..
In the routine of daily activities, and the eagerness to obtain quantitative results, organizations run the risk of becoming absorbed in reductionist notions concerning their task environments (internal and external). This position has counterproductive effects on the learning and renovation capacities of the own organizations, reducing their success and permanence possibilities. The properties and tools of the systemic approach provide information about relevant issues and problems that, in countless cases, are unnoticed by administration and management schemes of rationalist character. Different arguments holding this thesis are exposed through the analysis of several topics and examples.
Tipo: Journal Article Palavras-chave: Holism; Organizational development; Organizational learning; Strategic planning; Systemic thinking; Systems theory; Task environment.; Agribusiness.
Ano: 2010 URL: http://purl.umn.edu/93908
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Two Cultures: Not Unique to Ecology Ecology and Society
Saner, Marc A; Carleton University, Department of Philosophy; saner@magma.ca.
Using examples from different disciplines, I show that the dualism between "analytical" and "integrative" approaches to scientific investigation is not unique to ecology. I argue that the resolution of (1) the apparent conflict between the two cultures of ecology and (2) the problem of finding a sound direction during the transition of ecology would benefit from a transdisciplinary approach. Candidate disciplines are any science within which complex systems are being investigated, as well as philosophy of science and environmental ethics.
Tipo: Peer-Reviewed Reports Palavras-chave: Complex systems; Cybernetics; Dualism; Environmental ethics; Holism; Philosophy of science; Reductionism; Systems approach..
Ano: 1999
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