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  • ...g|thumb|The Sustainocene requires governance supporting interdependence of ecology, society and economy.]] ...ustainable and [[ethical]] governance, supporting [[interdependence]] of [[ecology]], [[society]] and [[economy]] in order to reach a planetary steady state.<
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  • ...sma, M., et al. "Impact of value-driven scenarios on the geomorphology and ecology of lower Rhine floodplains under a changing climate." ''Landscape and Urban ...n in ''Spiral Dynamics'' where the color language replaced original Graves terminology. Graves had used letter pairs to refer to each level and had not considered
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  • ...knowledge sharing within societies and communities, including [[Community (ecology)|ecological communities]], is a natural part of survival, most notably amon ...d strongly aspires to purism by ''only'' using libre software and avoiding terminology which they believe detracts from their message of freedom.<ref name="libre-
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  • {{Article for deletion/dated|page=Levels of organization (ecology)|timestamp=20151116025333|year=2015|month=November|day=16|substed=yes|help= ...d, please place on talk page: {{Old AfD multi|page=Levels of organization (ecology)|date=16 November 2015|result='''keep'''}} -->
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  • * Bernard C. Patten (1975) ''Systems Analysis and Simulation in Ecology'', Academic Press, 607 pages ISBN 0-12-547203-X [[Category:Aquatic ecology]]
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  • [[Category:Ecology terminology]]
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  • ...rld. They are set forth in a language free from any jargon and [[technical terminology]]. The inner and the outer aspects of a human's being are the territory tha * Nature and Human Nature: Literature, Ecology, Meaning (New Delhi: Prestige Books, 2008)
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  • ...endangered]] [[plant]] or [[animal]] [[species]] in its natural [[habitat (ecology)|habitat]], as opposed to [[Ex situ conservation|''ex situ'' conservation]] [[Category:Latin legal terminology]]
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  • ...ich the geographical range of an individual [[taxon]], or a whole [[Biota (ecology)|biota]], is split into discontinuous parts by the formation of a physical ...raphy-and-ecology-of-diversification-in-15667887 | title=The Geography and Ecology of Diversification in Neotropical Freshwaters |author1=Albert, J. S. |auth
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  • [[Category:Plant ecology]] [[Category:Ecology terminology]]
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  • ...|accessdate=17 January 2019 |chapter=Indigenous Traditions - Religion and Ecology}}</ref> [[Category:Sociological terminology]]
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  • ...ef name=":28">{{Cite book|title=Quantum psychology : steps to a postmodern ecology of being|last=Stephen.|first=DeBerry|date=1993|publisher=Praeger|isbn=978-0 ...micro level systems to transit from waves into particles. Quantum physics terminology describes this phenomenon as the ''observer effect'' or ''collapse of the w
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  • ...I claims to seek [[Cultural hegemony|organic intellectual]]s (in Gramsci's terminology) as opposed to traditional intellectuals and scholars. In an interview from ...cts, Actions, and Activism. The sixteen departments are: Criminal Justice, Ecology & Sustainability, Education, Geopolitics, Indigenous Rights, Labor Issues,
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