ISEE Montreal 2004 conference will explore the scientific basis for modelling, regulation and management of international and 

interdisciplinary problems affecting climate change and biodiversity loss.

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"Complexity, post-normal science and ecosystem approach" "Applying SMCE for public policy decision making: the case of the Aysén region, Chile." Gonzalo Gamboa Regular Session "Institut de Cièncias i Tecnologia Ambientals, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Spain"
"Complexity, post-normal science and ecosystem approach" Who decides who decides: hydroponics and meadow flowers Katharine N. Farrell Regular Session "Institute of Governance, Public Policy and Social Research, Queen's University of Belfast, Ireland"
"Complexity, post-normal science and ecosystem approach" Integrated Rural Development in the European Union Peter Kaufmann | Sigrid Stagl Regular Session "School of the Environment, University of Leeds, United Kingdom"
"Complexity, post-normal science and ecosystem approach" Environmental Complexity in a Slum: Is It Possible a Post-Normal Science Approach? Marcelo Firpo Porto | Fátima Pivetta Regular Session "National School of Public Health, Brazil"
"Complexity, post-normal science and ecosystem approach" Promotion of Traditional Food Crops to Strengthen Food Security and Biodiversity Carmen Jaquez Regular Session "University of Vermont, USA"
"Complexity, post-normal science and ecosystem approach" Ecosystem services from Brazil's Amazon rainforest: Modeling their contribution to human's regional economy and welfare and the potential role of carbon mitigation projects on their continued provision Rosimeiry Portela | Roel Boumans | Robert Costanza Regular Session "Estuarine and Environmental Science Program, University of Maryland, USA | Gund Institute of Ecological Economics, University of Vermont, USA | Gund Institute of Ecological Economics, University of Vermont, USA"
"Complexity, post-normal science and ecosystem approach" The economic consequences of producer responses to accidental pollution: a fishery example Olivier Thébaud Regular Session "Marine Economics Service, IFREMER, France"
"Complexity, post-normal science and ecosystem approach" Hawaiian knowledge systems and marine conservation: bridging gaps toward sustainable management in the North Western Hawaiian Islands Bruce A. Wilcox | H. R. Razack | K. N. Duin | K. Maly | M. Parkes Regular Session "Division of Ecology and Health, University of Hawaii, John A. Burns School of Medicine, USA"