Tuesday, September 29, 2009

Books about Panarchy

Two items from Paul Hartzog at Panarchy.com. First up is this visual diagram of the network of people and ideas tied to panarchy theory. Click on the diagram to see the whole thing.

Second, he's created a library listing of 200 books and growing about "panarchy" on LibraryThing.com. The list is as interesting for what is left out (no Holling!, no Homer-Dixon) as for what is included.

1 comment:

  1. What's really interesting is if you go to the nodebox site and see the dynamic rendering of this graph in 3D (height x width x time). It's a perfect illustration of nodal network theory.