The ecology is closely tied to environmental science and management. As a result, ecology has developed from a more descriptive to a more quantitative science, to be applicable as support for environmental management decisions. Several ecological sub-disciplines with emphasis on the application aspects have emerged as a result of this development:
This book series presents the state-of-the-art and an overview of these ecological sub disciplines with emphasis on the application in environmental management. It summarizes all relevant and basic knowledge needed to understand and utilize in environmental science, environmental management, applied ecology and pollution abatement.
Environmental Management of Marine Ecosystems
Eco-Cities A Planning Guide
Ecological Processes Handbook
Ecological Forest Management Handbook
By William Mitsch
July 24, 2023
This book shows, through real and current examples from the field of environmental and wetland science, that personal and professional success depends on persistence and a refusal to compromise on "doing the right thing" which for Professor Mitsch meant saving some of the world’s most important ...
By Md. Nazrul Islam, Steven M. Bartell
November 28, 2022
A global blue economy is an economic arena that depends on the benefits and values realized from the coastal and marine environments. This book explains the "sustainable blue economy" as a marine-based economy that provides social and economic benefits for current and future generations. It ...
By Brian D. Fath, Sven Erik Jorgensen
March 01, 2022
Bringing together a wealth of knowledge, the Handbook of Environmental Management, Second Edition, gives a comprehensive overview of environmental problems, their sources, their assessment, and their solutions. Through in-depth entries, and a topical table of contents, readers will quickly find ...
By Gerald A. Burnette
December 22, 2021
Focused on the mechanics of managing environmental data, this book provides guidelines on how to evaluate data requirements, assess tools and techniques, and implement an effective system. Moving beyond the hypothetical, Gerald Burnette illustrates the decision-making processes and the compromises ...
By Md. Nazrul Islam, Sven Erik Jorgensen
June 30, 2020
Ecosystem-Based Management (EBM) is one of the most holistic approaches to protecting marine and coastal ecosystems as it recognizes the need to protect entire marine ecosystems instead of individual species. After decades of pollution, habitat degradation and overfishing, now climate change and ...
By Søren Nors Nielsen
May 18, 2020
Analyzing the self-sufficient Danish island of Samsø, this book explains sustainability through a bio-geophysical understanding of how to best use society’s limited resources to achieve true sustainability. The method used derives from the thermodynamic function of exergy. By analyzing exergy flows...
By Tian-Xiang Yue
November 22, 2017
Although GIS provides powerful functionality for spatial analysis, data overlay and storage, these spatially oriented systems lack the ability to represent temporal dynamics, which is a major impediment to its use in surface modeling. However, rapid development of computing technology in recent ...
By Zhifeng Yang
March 29, 2017
As cities undergo vast changes due to industrialization, urbanization, and globalization, environmental considerations assume a growing importance in the urban planning processes of an increasing number of governments around the world. Several cities and regions around the world have already ...
By Luca Palmeri, Alberto Barausse, Sven Erik Jorgensen
March 29, 2017
Ecology is cross-disciplinary field involving many different aspects of science. Written with this in mind, this book introduces ecological processes, ranging from physical processes, to chemical processes and biological processes. It contains all the necessary information on an ecological process:...
By Sven Erik Jorgensen
July 18, 2016
Ecotoxicology and Chemistry Applications in Environmental Management describes how to set up an integrated, holistic approach to addressing ecotoxicological problems. It provides detailed explanations in answer to questions like "Why is it necessary to apply an integrated approach?" and "How does ...
By Guy R. Larocque
December 23, 2015
Forests are valued not only for their economic potential, but also for the biodiversity they contain, the ecological services they provide, and the recreational, cultural, and spiritual opportunities they provide. The Ecological Forest Management Handbook provides a comprehensive summary of ...
By Sven Erik Jorgensen, Joao Carlos Marques, Søren Nors Nielsen
August 20, 2015
Based on 40 years of experience, Integrated Environmental Management: A Transdisciplinary Approach brings together many ecological and technological tool boxes and applies them in a transdisciplinary method. The book demonstrates how to combine continuous improvement management tools and principles...