energetics

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energetics

[‚en·ər′jed·iks]
(physics)
The study of energy and of its transformation from one form to another.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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(130.) ECOSYSTEM PRINCIPLES ADVISORY PANEL, ECOSYSTEM-BASED FISHERY MANAGEMENT: A REPORT TO CONGRESS BY THE ECOSYSTEM PRINCIPLES ADVISORY PANEL (1999), http://www.st.nmfs.gov/st7/documents/epap_report.pdf.
Editorial features research that applies "ecosystem principles to address health and sustainability challenges," Springer said, ranging from public health practice and human and veterinary medicine, to conservation and ecosystem management, to urban and rural development and planning.
the Ecosystem Principles Advisory Panel (the Panel), (204) however,
New opportunities for environmental health protection and promotion are outlined based on the three converging themes: integrated approaches to research and policy, methodological acknowledgment of the synergies between the social and biophysical environments, and incorporation of core ecosystem principles into research and practice.
Through its Critical Ecoregions Program, the Sierra Club is applying ecosystem principles to other large landscapes across North America.

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