Ecology for a Crowded Planet

@inproceedings{Palmer2004EcologyFA,
  title={Ecology for a Crowded Planet},
  author={Margaret A Palmer and Emily S. Bernhardt and Elizabeth A. Chornesky and Scott L Collins and Andrew P Dobson and Clifford S. Duke and Barry D. Gold and Robert B. Jacobson and Sharon E. Kingsland and Rhonda H. Kranz and Michael J. Mappin and M. Luisa Mart{\'i}nez and Fiorenza Micheli and Jennifer L. Morse and Michael L Pace and Mercedes Pascual and Stephen S. Palumbi and Omer James Reichman and Ashley J. Simons and Alan R. Townsend and Monica G. Turner},
  year={2004}
}
Within the next 50 to 100 years, the support and maintenance of an extended human family of 8 to 11 billion people will be difficult at best. The authors of this Policy Forum describe changes that are required if we hope to meet the needs and aspirations of humans while improving the health of our planet9s ecosystems. Problems as diverse as disease transmission and global climate change have benefited substantially from advances in ecology. Such advances have set the stage for emergence of a… CONTINUE READING

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