Understanding the functional principles of nature—Proposing another type of ecosystem services
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KeywordsEcosystems; Socio-economic systems; Complexity; Evolution; Compartmentalisation; Flows; Cybernetics; Cycling; Networks; Openness; Dissipation; Diversity; Ecosystem services;
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