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231 Bibliography Ahl, V., and T. F. H. Allen. 1996. Hierarchy Theory: A Vision, Vocabulary, and Epistemology . New York: Columbia University Press. Albert, R. 2006. “General Network Theory.” In S. J. Hwang, W. J. Sullivan, and A. R. Lommel, eds., LACUS Forum 32: Networks, 3–20. Houston: Linguistic Association of Canada and the United States. Albert, R., and A. L. Barabási. 2002. “Statistical Mechanics of Complex Networks .” Reviews of Modern Physics 74, no. 1: 47. Alberti, M. 2007. “Ecological Signatures: The Science of Sustainable Urban Forms.” Places 19, no. 3: 56–60. ———. 2008. Advances in Urban Ecology: Integrating Humans and Ecological Processes in Urban Ecosystems. New York: Springer. ———. 2010. “Maintaining Ecological Integrity and Sustaining Ecosystem Function in Urban Areas.” Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability 2, no. 3: 178–84. ———. 2014. “Anthropocene City.” In Welcome to the Anthropocene: The Earth in Our Hands, exh. cat., Deutsche Museum Special Exhibit 2014–2015, www​ .deutsches-museum.de/en/exhibitions/special-exhibitions/anthropocene /catalogue/. ———. 2015. “Eco-Evolutionary Dynamics in an Urbanizing Planet.” Trends in Ecology and Evolution 30, no. 2: 114–26. Alberti, M., and L. Hutyra. 2013. “Carbon Signatures of Development Patterns along a Gradient of Urbanization.” In Land Use and the Carbon Cycle: Advances in Integrated Science, Management and Policy, edited by D. G. Brown, D. T. Robinson, N. H. H. French, and B. C. Reed, 305–28. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Alberti, M., and J. Marzluff. 2004. “Ecological Resilience in Urban Ecosystems: Linking Urban Patterns to Human and Ecological Functions.” Urban Ecosystems 7, no. 3: 241–65. doi:10.1023/B:UECO.0000044038.90173.c6. ———. 2013. Personal communication to author. Alberti, M., J. M. Marzluff, E. Shulenberger, G. Bradley, C. Ryan, and C. Zum­ brunnen. 2003. “Integrating Humans into Ecology: Opportunities and 232 bibliography Challenges for Studying Urban Ecosystems.” BioScience 53: 1169.doi:10.1641 /0006-3568(2003)053[1169:IHIEOA]2.0.CO;2. Alberti, M., M. Russo, and K. Tenneson. 2013. Snohomish Basin Scenarios 2060. Seattle: Urban Ecology Research Lab, University of Washington. http:// urbaneco.washington.edu/wp/research/snohomish-basin-2060-scenarios/. Accessed September 2015. Alberti, M., and P. Waddell. 2000. “An Integrated Urban Development and Ecological Simulation Model.” Integrated Assessment 1, no. 3: 215–27. Aligica, P. D. 2003. “Prediction, Explanation and the Epistemology of Future Studies.” Futures 35: 1027–40. Allen, C. R., D. G. Angeler, A. S. Garmestani, L. H. Gunderson, and C. S. Holling. 2014. “Panarchy: Theory and Application.” Nebraska Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit—Staff Publications. Paper 127. http://digital commons.unl.edu/ncfwrustaff/127. Allen, C. R., L. Gunderson, and A. R. Johnson. 2005. “The Use of Disconti­ nuities and Functional Groups to Assess Relative Resilience in Complex Systems.” Ecosystems 8, no. 8: 958–66. Allen, C. R., and C. S. Holling. 2008. Discontinuities in Ecosystems and Other Complex Systems. New York: Columbia University Press. ———. 2010. “Novelty, Adaptive Capacity, and Resilience.” Ecology and Society 15, no. 3: 24, www.ecologyandsociety.org/vol15/iss3/art24/. Allen, P. M., and M. Sanglier. 1978. “Dynamic Models of Urban Growth.” ­ Journal of Social and Biological Structures 1, no. 3: 265–80. ———. 1979. “A Dynamic Model of Urban Growth: II.” Journal of Social and Biological Structures 2, no. 4: 269–78. Allen, T. F. H., and T. B. Starr. 1982. Hierarchy: Perspectives for Ecological Complexity . Chicago: University of Chicago Press. Allison, S. D. 2004. “Microbial Allocation to Soil Enzyme Production: A Mechanism for Carbon and Nutrient Cycling.” PhD diss., Stanford University. Amanatidou, E., M. Butter, V. Carabias, T. Koennoelae, M. Leis, O. Saritas, P. Schaper-Rinkel, and V. van Rij. 2012. “On Concepts and Methods in Horizon Scanning: Lessons from Initiating Policy Dialogues on Emerging Issues.” Science and Public Policy 39: 208–21. Anderies, J. M., S. R. Carpenter, W. Steffen, and J. Rockström. 2013. “The Topology of Non-Linear Global Carbon Dynamics: From Tipping Points to Planetary Boundaries.” Environmental Research Letters 8, no. 4: 044048. doi:10.1088/1748-9326/10/6/069501. Anderies, J. M., M. A. Janssen, and E. Ostrom. 2004. “A Framework to Analyze the Robustness of Social-Ecological Systems from an Institutional Perspective .” Ecology and Society 9, no. 1: 18. Anderson, C., K. Frenken, and A. Hellervik. 2006. “A Complex Network Approach to Urban Growth.” Environment and Planning A 38, no. 10: 1941–64. Anderson-Teixeira, K. J., V. M. Savage, A. P. Allen, and J. F. Gillooly. 2009. “Allometry and Metabolic Scaling in Ecology.” In Encyclopedia of Life­Sciences, 1–9. New York: John Wiley and Sons. bibliography...

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9780295806600
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