Preface
Natural systems as models for the design of sustainable systems of land use
How much biodiversity is enough?
Moving from descriptive to predictive ecology
The dehesa system of southern Spain and Portugal as a natural ecosystem mimic
Multispecies cropping systems in India
Why tree-crop interactions in agroforestry appear at odds with tree-grass interactions in tropical savannahs
Can the ecosystem mimic hypotheses be applied to farms in African savannahs?
Soil community composition and ecosystem processes
The problem of irrigated horticulture
Towards achieving functional ecosystem mimicry with respect to water cycling in southern Australian agriculture
Nutrient cycling and growth in forest ecosystems of south western Australia
Assessing the performance of woody plants in uptake and utilisation of carbon, water and nutrients
Agroforestry for water management in the cropping zone of southern Australia
Application of the ecosystem mimic concept to the species-rich Banksia woodlands of Western Australia
Can agricultural management emulate natural ecosystems in recharge control in south eastern Australia?
Designing mimics from incomplete data sets
Social and economic challenges in the development of complex farming systems
Can we bring about a perennuially peopled and productive countryside?
What can agriculture learn from natural ecosystems?