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Agren GI and Bosatta E (1996) Theoretical Ecosystem Ecology: Understanding Element Cycles. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Brimblecombe P and Lein AY (eds.) (1989) Evolution of the Global Biogeochemical Sulphur Cycle. London: Wiley.

Chapin FC, III, Matson PA, and Mooney HA (2002) Principles of Terrestrial Ecosystem Ecology. New York: Springer Science.

Chernyshenko SV (1996) Dynamic processes in biogeocoenoses: Mathematical modelling on the base of M. Eigen's hypercycle. Journal of Ecology of Industrial Regions 2: 77-90.

DeAngelis DL (1992) Dynamics of Nutrient Cycling and Food Webs. New York: Chapman and Hall.

Field CB and Raupach M (eds.) (2004) The Global Carbon Cycle: Integrating Humans, Climate, and the Natural World. New York: Island Press.

Gorham E (1991) Biogeochemistry: Its origins and development. Biogeochemistry 13: 199-239.

Jones EW (1968) Fundamentals of forest biogeocoenology by V. Sukachev and N. Dylis. Nature 220: 199-203.

Jorgensen SE (1988) Use of models as experimental tool to show that structural changes are accompanied by increased exergy. Ecological Modelling 41:117-128.

Melillo JM, Field CB, and Moldan B (eds.) (2003) Interactions of the Major Biogeochemical Cycles: Global Change and Human Impacts. New York: Island Press.

Odum HT (1994) Ecological and General Systems and Introduction to Systems Ecology. Niwot: University of Colorado Press.

Pickett STA (1976) Succession: An evolutionary interpretation. American Naturalist 110: 107-119.

Pokarzhevskii AD and Van Straalen NM (1996) A multi-element view on heavy metal biomigration. Applied Soil Ecology 3: 95-98.

Reeburgh WS (1997) Figures summarizing the global cycles of biogeochemically important elements. Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America 78: 260-267.

Rodin LE and Basilevich NI (1967) Production and Mineral Cycling in Terrestrial Ecosystems. Edinburgh: Oliver and Boyd.

Schlesinger WH (1997) Biogeochemistry: An Analysis of Global Change. San Diego, CA: Academic Press.

Svirezhev Yu M (2000) Thermodynamics and ecology. Ecological Modelling 132: 11-22.

Tiessen H (ed.) (1997) Phosphorus in the Global Environment: Transfer, Cycles and Management. New York: Wiley.

Walter H and Box E (1976) Global classification of natural terrestrial ecosystem. Vegetatic 32: 231-238.

Wiens JA, Stenseth NC, Van Horne B, and Ims RA (1993) Ecological mechanisms and landscape ecology. Oikos 66: 369-380.

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