Cascading events in linked ecological and socioeconomic systems

@inproceedings{Peters2007CascadingEI,
  title={Cascading events in linked ecological and socioeconomic systems},
  author={Debra P. C. Peters and Osvaldo E Sala and C. Dennis Allen and Alan Paul Covich and Martin W. Brunson},
  year={2007}
}
start in small areas and propagate non-linearly through time to influence large areas, are becoming increasingly important in both ecological and human-dominated systems. Global change is increasing the frequency and magnitude of cascading events. At the same time, globalization is increasing the connectivity of systems in multiple ways and at multiple scales, thereby initiating new types of cascading events. In particular, globalization is allowing activities in one country to initiate and… CONTINUE READING

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