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In his TED talk Eric Berlow presented a causal loop diagram (CLD) of the US army’s Afghanistan Counter-Insurgency (COIN) strategy and then used its network structures and features to simplify it. I am interested in combining network and systems analysis … Continue reading
System dynamics modeller Tom Fiddaman has some useful reflections on food web/network ecologist Eric Berlow’s TED talk, which I posted recently. In his talk Berlow analyzes a causal loop diagram of the US military’s counterinsurgency efforts in Afghanistan. On his … Continue reading
Innovative transdisciplinary ecologist Eric Berlow talks about using network analysis to understand complex systems at TED.
Johan Rockström, from the Stockholm Resilience Centre, talks at TED about strategies people can use to transform our civilization (citing work on Latin American agriculture, the Great Barrier Reef in Australia, Kristianstad in Sweden, and Elinor Ostrom‘s work) to enable … Continue reading
Eminent coral reef ecologist Jeremy Jackson recently gave a talk at TED called How we wrecked the ocean, which presents a popular version of his research on the long-term human impact on the ocean.