Gaia and Evolutionary Biology

Barlow, Connie, and Tyler Volk. “Gaia and evolutionary biology.” BioScience 42, no. 9 (1992): 686-693.

The Gaia concept has achieved some prominence in the discourse of earth-system science. Although the notion that the biota, atmosphere, oceans, and soils make up a single self-regulating system of global scale is still controversial, articles by the originators of the idea are regularly cited by scientists exploring the role of life in creating the climate and chemistry of Earth.

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