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has not previously been pursued. Potentials for further research are identified from this specific reference. In the following, the main critiques from the perspective of social and environmental sciences will be discussed, considering the current limitations and future challenges to an improved representation of the spatio-temporal dynamics of socio-environmental systems ( Sections 3 and 4 ). First, however, the main features of the concept are presented ( Section 2 ).
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The underlying understanding of ecosystems is
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