Howard T. Odum

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Howard Thomas Odum (, Chapel Hill, Caroline du Nord - , Gainesville, Floride) est un écologue américain. Il est connu pour ses travaux pionniers sur l'écologie des écosystèmes, et pour ses propositions polémiques consistant à proposer des lois de la thermodynamique supplémentaires, sous l'impulsion de ses travaux sur l'analyse systémique.

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  • 2007, Environment, Power and Society for the Twenty-First Century: The Hierarchy of Energy, with Mark T. Brown, Columbia University Press.
  • 2001, A Prosperous Way Down: Principles and Policies, with Elisabeth C. Odum, University Press of Colorado.
  • 2000, with E.C. Odum, Modeling for all Scales: An introduction to System Simulation, Academic Press.
  • 1999, Heavy Metals in the Environment: Using Wetlands for Their Removal.
  • 1999, Biosphere 2 : Research, Past and Present, with Bruno D. V. Marino.
  • 1996, Environmental Accounting: EMERGY and environmental decision making.
  • 1993, Ecological Microcosms, with Michael J. Beyers.
  • 1984, Cypress Swamps with Katherine C. Ewel.
  • 1983, Systems Ecology : an Introduction.
  • 1981, Energy Basis for Man and Nature, with Elisabeth C. Odum.
  • 1970, with Robert F. Pigeon (eds), A Tropical Rain Forest; a Study of Irradiation and Ecology at El Verde, Puerto Rico, United States Atomic Energy Commission, National Technical information service.
  • 1971, Environment, Power and Society, 1971
  • 1967, (ed.) Work Circuits and System Stress, in Young, Symposium on Primary Productivity and Mineral Cycling, University of Maine Press.
  • 1953, 'Fundamentals of Ecology, with Eugene P. Odum, (first edition).

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