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Ecology of the Heart: Understanding How People Experience Natural Environments.Author(s): Herbert W. Schroeder
Source: In A. W. Ewert (ed.). Natural Resource Management: the Human Dimension. Boulder, CO: Westview Press. pp. 13-27.
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Station: North Central Research Station
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DescriptionEcology is defined as the science that studies relationships between organisms and their environments. There are many different perspectives through which these relationships can be viewed. As a natural science, ecology focuses on understanding the physical, chemical and biological interactions that take place between organisms and environments. When the organisms in question include human beings, however, there are many other kinds of interactions that must be considered as well.
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CitationSchroeder, Herbert W. 1996. Ecology of the Heart: Understanding How People Experience Natural Environments. In A. W. Ewert (ed.). Natural Resource Management: the Human Dimension. Boulder, CO: Westview Press. pp. 13-27.
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