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Definition|title=ecosystem approach
|definition= Devoid of life.<ref name="McLeod">McLeod, C.R., (1996). ''Glossary of marine ecological terms, acronyms and abbreviations used in MNCR work''. In Marine Nature Conservation Review: rationale and methods, (ed. K. Hiscock), Appendix 1, pp. 93-110. Peterborough: Joint Nature Conservation Committee.</ref>.}}
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|definition= The ecosystem approach is a strategy for the integrated management of land, water and living resources that promotes conservation and sustainable use in an equitable way.It is based on the application of appropriate scientific methodologies focused on levels of biological organization which encompass the essential processes, functions and interactions among organisms and their environment. It recognizes that humans, with their cultural diversity, are an integral component of ecosystems. [http://www.cbd.int/ecosystem/ Convention on Biological Diversity: www.cbd.int September 3 2009]
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==See also==
 
[[Biogeomorphology of aquatic systems]]
 
[[Biotopes and classification systems]]
 

Versie van 3 sep 2009 om 11:07

Definition of ecosystem approach:
The ecosystem approach is a strategy for the integrated management of land, water and living resources that promotes conservation and sustainable use in an equitable way.It is based on the application of appropriate scientific methodologies focused on levels of biological organization which encompass the essential processes, functions and interactions among organisms and their environment. It recognizes that humans, with their cultural diversity, are an integral component of ecosystems. Convention on Biological Diversity: www.cbd.int September 3 2009
This is the common definition for ecosystem approach, other definitions can be discussed in the article

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