Animal names by Alessandro Minelli, Gherardo Ortalli, Glauco Sanga

By Alessandro Minelli, Gherardo Ortalli, Glauco Sanga

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We are now entering a period of experimental refinement of our knowledge in the area of ecosystem functioning and biodiversity. The International Geosphere Biosphere Program is initiating a project on the role of ecological complexity in earth system functioning. Already there have been important contributions in this area utilizing model ecosystems (Naeem et al. 1994, Lawton 1995), natural climatic perturbations on a gradient of diversity imposed by nutrient variability (Tilman and Downing 1994), and most recently direct tests of ecosystem functioning in field gardens where species and functional type diversity has been manipulated (Tilman et al.

Of course, economic indices are likely to underestimate the total value of these systems. Nonetheless, economic markets play a dominant role in patterns of human behavior, and the expression of value—even if imperfect—in a common currency helps to inform the decision-making process. Making economic institutions sensitive and responsive to natural constraints and explicitly dealing with the limitations of such institutions in doing so are other requisites to effective earth management (Daily et al.

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