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Main Title Successes, limitations, and frontiers in ecosystem science /
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Pace, Michael L.
Groffman, Peter M.
Publisher Springer,
Year Published 1998
OCLC Number 38468800
ISBN 0387984763; 9780387984766; 0387984755; 9780387984759
Subjects Biotic communities--Research--Congresses. ; Biotic communities--Congresses. ; âEcosystèmes--Recherche--Congrès.
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Publisher description http://catdir.loc.gov/catdir/enhancements/fy0812/98004683-d.html
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EKCM  QH541.2.S92 1998 CEMM/GEMMD Library/Gulf Breeze,FL 08/11/2000
Collation xviii, 499 pages : illustrations, maps ; 25 cm
Notes
Papers from the Seventh Cary Conference held in Millbrook, N.Y., May 1997. Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Notes
"This book emphasizes the idea that much of the progress in ecosystem research has been driven by the emergence of new environmental problems that could not be addressed by existing approaches. By focusing on successes, limitations, and frontiers in ecosystem studies, it will be welcomed by students and scientists throughout the ecological and environmental communities."--Jacket. 1. Needs and Concerns in Ecosystem Science / Michael L. Pace and Peter M. Groffman -- 2. Cultural Eutrophication of Inland, Estuarine, and Coastal Waters / Val H. Smith -- 3. Managing Forests as Ecosystems: A Success Story or a Challenge Ahead? / Virginia H. Dale -- 4. Wastelands to Wetlands: Links Between Habitat Protection and Ecosystem Science / Joy B. Zedler, Meghan Q. Fellows and Sally Trnka -- 5. Riparian Forest Ecosystems as Filters for Nonpoint-Source Pollution / Richard Lowrance -- 6. Ecological Research in Agricultural Ecosystems: Contributions to Ecosystem Science and to the Management of Agronomic Resources / G. Philip Robertson and Eldor A. Paul -- 7. Progress in Understanding Biogeochemical Cycles at Regional to Global Scales / Ingrid C. Burke, William K. Lauenroth and Carol A. Wessman -- 8. Acid Deposition Research and Ecosystem Science: Synergistic Successes / Kathleen C. Weathers and Gary M. Lovett -- 9. Empirical and Theoretical Ecology as a Basis for Restoration: An Ecological Success Story / James A. MacMahon -- 10. Limitations to Intellectual Progress in Ecosystem Science / Gene E. Likens -- 11. Improving Links Between Ecosystem Scientists and Managers / Carl J. Walters -- 12. The Need for Large-Scale Experiments to Assess and Predict the Response of Ecosystems to Perturbation / Stephen R. Carpenter -- 13. Ecosystem Approaches to the Management and Allocation of Critical Resources / Carl Folke -- 14. Ecosystems and Problems of Measurement at Large Spatial Scales / Carol A. Wessman and Gregory P. Asner -- 15. Integration of Ecophysiological and Biogeochemical Approaches to Ecosystem Dynamics / Donald R. Zak and Kurt S. Pregitzer -- 16. Simulation Modeling in Ecosystem Science / William K. Lauenroth, Charles D. Canham and Ann P. Kinzig [and others]. 17. Understanding Effects of Multiple Stressors: Ideas and Challenges / Denise L. Breitburg, James W. Baxter and Colleen A. Hatfield [and others] -- 18. Within-System Element Cycles, Input-Output Budgets, and Nutrient Limitation / Peter M. Vitousek, Lars O. Hedin and Pamela A. Matson [and others] -- 19. Species Composition, Species Diversity, and Ecosystem Processes: Understanding the Impacts of Global Change / David Tilman -- 20. Synthesis: What Kind of a Discipline Is This Anyhow? / Peter M. Groffman and Michael L. Pace.