A biology of land-use planning systems, a political economy of genetic diversity, and a tool for steady state economies, here is a key theory to the mystery of unwanted population growth and unbalanced ecological communities. With a new ...
cross-disciplinary, cross-species theory of population, this book leaps beyond the old demographic transition and predator-prey models. Environmental sociologist, Sheila Newman links a default pattern controlling the population numbers and distribution of human and other species to human land-use planning and political systems. Favorably peer-reviewed by food and population scientist, Prof David Pimentel, and environmental law writer Dr Joseph Wayne-Smith. Incest avoidance and the little-known Westermarck Effect in population algorithms.
Number of pages: 66
Date of publication: 24/01/2012
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