The goal is to reveal things and their deeply interfused, radiating relations: fields in physics, food webs and energy flows in ecology, money exchanges in economics, ocean oxygen fluxes in earth system science, crop responses to sunlight in agronomy, and on to a near-infinity of human concerns.

Tyler Volk

Tyler Volk is a professor in the departments of environmental studies and biology at New York University. His areas of interest include principles of form and function in systems (described as metapatterns), environmental challenges to global prosperity, CO2 and global change, biosphere theory and the role of life in earth dynamics.

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