ECOLOGY


Fuller's definition of ecology is:

"the world-around complex intercomplementation of all the biological regenerative intercyclings with nature's geological and meteorological transformation recyclings".
(Critical Path, p.143)

This subject may be pursued in the following directions:

Ecology in general is very ably discussed by Ehrlich (1986) and Wilson (1994). See also other references on the Biology page.

What can be termed micro-ecology, where the ecosystem is the human organism, is discussed by Rosebury (1969).

For links between ecology and systems theory, see Bateson (1973), Waddington (1977) and Golley (1998).

See also Ecological Controls, Ecological Geometry, Resources.



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Paul Taylor 2001