Further Reading

Baird D, Ulanowicz RE, and Boynton WR (1995) Seasonal nitrogen dynamics in Chesapeake Bay: A network approach. Estuarine Coastal and Shelf Science 41: 137-162.

Bodini A and Bondavalli C (2002) Towards a sustainable use of water resources: A whole-ecosystem approach using network analysis. International Journal of Environment and Pollution 18: 463-485.

Bondavalli C, Bodini A, Rossetti G, and Allesina S (2006) Detecting stress at the whole ecosystem level. The case of a mountain lake: Lake Santo (Italy). Ecosystems 9: 768-787.

Bondavalli C, Ulanowicz RE, and Bodini A (2000) Insights into the processing of carbon in the south Florida cypress wetlands: A whole-ecosystem approach using network analysis. Journal of Biogeography 27: 697-710.

Heymans JJ, Ulanowicz RE, and Bondavalli C (2002) Network analysis of the south Florida Everglades graminoid marshes and comparison with nearby cypress ecosystems. Ecological Modelling 149: 5-23.

Latham LG and Scully EP (2002) Quantifying constraint to assess development in ecological networks. Ecological Modelling 154: 25-44.

Patricio J, Ulanowicz RE, Pardal MA, and Marques JC (2004) Ascendency as an ecological indicator: A case study of estuarine pulse eutrophication. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 60: 23-35.

Ulanowicz RE (1986) Growth and Development: Ecosystems Phenomenology. New York: Springer.

Ulanowicz RE (1995) Network growth and development: Ascendency. In: Patten BC and Jorgensen SE (eds.) Complex Ecology: The Part-Whole Relation in Ecosystems, pp. 643-655. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice Hall.

Ulanowicz RE (1997) Ecology, The Ascendent Perspective. New York: Columbia University Press.

Ulanowicz RE (1998) Network orientors: Theoretical and philosophical considerations why ecosystems may exhibit a propensity to increase in ascendency. In: Mueller F and Leupelt M (eds.) Eco Targets, Goal Functions, and Orientors, pp. 177-192. Berlin: Springer.

Ulanowicz RE (2000) Ascendency: A measure of ecosystem performance. In: Jorgensen SE and Muller F (eds.) Handbook of Ecosystem Theories and Management, pp. 303-315. Boca Raton, FL: Lewis Publishers.

Ulanowicz RE (2004) Quantitative methods for ecological network analysis. Computational Biology and Chemistry 28: 321-339.

Zorach AC and Ulanowicz RE (2003) Quantifying the complexity of flow networks: How many roles are there? Complexity 8: 68-76.

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