Ecosystems are characterised, from a thermodynamic point of view, by non equilibrium and irreversible pheno - mena. In addition, they are open systems of finite dimen - sions, wich are higly integrated through matter and energy fluxes and restricted by biophysical constraints. In this paper a concise description of chemical-physics na - ture of the complex systems is given, with special referen - ce to ecodynamic approach and dissipative structure theory.

STUDIO DI SISTEMI COMPLESSI: LA PROSPETTIVA ECODINAMICA IN CHIMICA-FISICA AMBIENTALE

FRANZESE, Pier Paolo;RICCIO, Angelo;
2003

Abstract

Ecosystems are characterised, from a thermodynamic point of view, by non equilibrium and irreversible pheno - mena. In addition, they are open systems of finite dimen - sions, wich are higly integrated through matter and energy fluxes and restricted by biophysical constraints. In this paper a concise description of chemical-physics na - ture of the complex systems is given, with special referen - ce to ecodynamic approach and dissipative structure theory.
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