- adj. Of or pertaining to socioecology.
- socio- + ecological (Wiktionary)
“Various aspects of our environment-including political systems, economic systems, and even climate and geography-can affect our thinking and behavior, a field of study known as socioecological psychology.”
“Social ecology: Lost and found in psychological science climate and geography-can affect our thinking and behavior, a field of study known as socioecological psychology.”
“At the same time, it is hypothesized that the avoidance of profound civilizational collapse and evolution toward more benign alternative future possibilities, where resiliently sustainable socioecological systems can flourish, will be strongly shaped by the extent to which appropriate new guiding images quickly become an essential part of the zeitgeist.”
“Researchers are also increasingly attentive to the socioecological, multi-scalar, and dynamic nature of vulnerability.”
“Rather, they are designed to explore the implications of different plausible changes in driving forces based on current knowledge of underlying socioecological processes (S2).”
“Active adaptive management is a tool that can be particularly valuable given the high levels of uncertainty surrounding coupled socioecological systems.”
“Hunting by male lions: ecological influences and socioecological implications.”
“The structure of the socioecological system stabilizes in a revised state where new dynamics drive the continuing process of change.”
“Instead, the stability and repeatability of development -- which we recognize as heredity -- is distributed in the whole gamut of dynamic feedback interrelationships between organism and environment from the socioecological to the genetic.”
“We already know climate is changing, that many spp. are finding the rates of change are too fast for their adaptive abilities and thus what does this do to socioecological interactions.”
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