- Ecosystem integrity
- Integrity, Ecological
Exact Matching Concepts from Other Schemes
- found: Work cat.: 93-6949: Ecological integrity and the management of ecosystems, c1993 (ecosystem integrity) p. 3 (A living system exhibits integrity if, when subjected to distubance, it sustains an organizing, self-correcting capability to recover toward an end-state that is normal and "good" for that system.)
- found: LC data base, 3/5/93 (ecological integrity)
- notfound: Web.3;Biol. & agr. index: v. 44;McGraw-Hill encyc. environ. sci.;Encyc. environ. sci. and eng.
- 1993-03-11: new
- 2000-02-04: revised
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