Ecology | VOL. 9, ISSUE 53, March-April 2009 |

Eco culture and Biodiversity

Living systems evolve naturally, ensuring system sustainability. Elimination, or modification of any component of a living system, requires a system readjustment. Predicting the change in a scenario where one species disappears, or a physical component changes is difficult. Biodiversity utilisation processes since ancient times, have given rise to complex management systems through long processes of trial and error - as such human societies derive means of their existence from such systems. Traditional knowledge based systems, is often well adapted to...

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