Earth Perspectives - Transdisciplinarity Enabled presents research, analysis and predictions on Earth-Human interactions and their influence on major global cycles of water, energy, nutrients, ecosystems and associated services, environment and health. The primary focus is on socioeconomic aspects and human decisions. The transdisciplinary approach addresses complex environmental challenges from the perspectives of the natural and social sciences with due consideration to economics, and offers engineering solutions which will benefit the global sustainability agenda and help bring about societal transformations that meet the needs of current and future generations of Earth inhabitants.
EssayTopical Collection Biogeosciences
Inventive processes in nature: from information origin in chemical evolution to technological exhaustion
Aleš Kralj (August 2017)
Research articleTopical Collection Water Resources and Management
A comparative analysis of reference evapotranspiration from the surface of rainfed grass in Yaounde, calculated by six empirical methods against the penman-monteith formula
Valentine Asong Tellen (June 2017)
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