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H.T. Odum and the Luquillo Experimental ForestAuthor(s): Ariel E. Lugo
Source: Ecological Modelling 178 :65–74 k
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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DescriptionHow does the forest operate, develop its patterns, retain information in its memory sites, and transmit the great message to the future? (Odum, 1970a, p. x) The rain forest achieves complexity, high metabolism, and stability over geological time periods without surges and waste. Can we find in this example the clues for designing our own equally effective systems of man and nature? (Odum, 1970b, p. A5)werp
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CitationLugo, Ariel E. 2004. H.T. Odum and the Luquillo Experimental Forest. Ecological Modelling 178 :65–74 k
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