Further Reading

Benton MJ (ed.) (1993) The Fossil Record 2, 845pp. London: Chapman & Hall. http://www.fossilrecord.net/fossilrecord/ index.html(accessed December 2007). Holling CS and Gunderson LH (2002) Resilience and adaptive cycles. In: Gunderson LH and Holling CS (eds.) Panarchy: Understanding Transformations in Human and Ecological Systems, pp. 25-62. Washington, DC: Island Press. Jorgensen SE (2000) 25 years of ecological modelling by ecological modelling. Ecological Modelling 126(2-3): 95-99.

Jorgensen SE and Svirezhev lu M (2004) Towards a Thermodynamic Theory for Ecological Systems, 366pp. Amsterdam: Elsevier Science.

Levich AP and Solov'yov AV (1999) Category-function modeling of natural systems. Cybernetics and Systems 30(6): 571-585.

Puzachenko Yu G (2006) A global biological variety and his (its) spatially times changes. In: Kasimov NS (ed.) Recent Global Changes of the Natural Environment, vol. 1, pp. 306-737. Moscow: Scientific World (in Russian).

Tribus M (1961) Thermostatics and Thermodynamics. New York: Van

Nostrand/Reinhold. Vernadsky VI (1998) The Biosphere, 192pp. New York: Copernicus (first published in Russian in 1926). von Foerster H (1960) On self-organizing systems and their environments. In: Yovits MC and Cameron S (eds.) Self-Organizing Systems, pp. 31-50. London: Pergamon.

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