Handbook of Research methods and Applications in Environmental Studies
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Handbook of Research methods and Applications in Environmental Studies

Edited by Matthias Ruth

This volume presents methods to advance the understanding of interdependencies between the well-being of human societies and the performance of their biophysical environment. It showcases applications to material and energy use; urbanization and technological transition; economic growth and social vulnerabilities; development and governance of social and industrial networks; the role of history, culture, and science itself in carrying out analysis and guiding policy; as well as the role of theory, data, and models in guiding decisions.
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Chapter 12: Network analysis of industrial ecosystems

Junming Zhu and Lei Shi

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12 Network analysis of industrial ecosystems Junming Zhu and Lei Shi 12.1 INTRODUCTION Environmental problems are usually better understood and addressed by tracing them back to the social and economic activities that initiate or strengthen the pr...

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