- Title Pages
- Reflections on Gaia
- Gaia by Any Other Name
- 1 Clarifying Gaia
- 2 Gaia Is Life in a Wasteworld of By-products
- 3 Models and Geophysiological Hypotheses
- 4 Gaia
- 5 Gaia, Extended Organisms, and Emergent Homeostasis
- 6 Homeostatic Gaia
- 7 Phosphorus, a Servant Faithful to Gaia? Biosphere Remediation Rather Than Regulation
- 8 Self-Regulation of Ocean Composition by the Biosphere
- 9 A New Biogeochemical Earth System Model for the Phanerozoic Eon
- 10 Gaia and Glaciation
- 11 Does Life Drive Disequilibrium in the Biosphere?
- 12 Biotic Plunder
- 13 Gaia: The Living Earth—2,500 Years of Precedents in atural Science and Philosophy
- 14 Concerned with Trifles? A Geophysiological Reading of Charles Darwin’s Last Book
- 15 Gradient Reduction Theory: Thermodynamics and the Purpose of Life
- 16 Gaia and Complexity
- 17 Gaia and Observer Self-selection
- 18 Taming Gaia: The History of the Dutch Lowlands as an Analogy to Global Change
- 19 Gaia and the Human Species
- 20 Daisyworld Homeostasis and the Earth System
- 21 Salvaging the Daisyworld Parable under the Dynamic Area Fraction Framework
- 22 Food Web Complexity Enhances Ecological and Gaian Ecosystem Model
- 23 Gaia in the Machine
- 24 On Causality and Ice Age Deglaciations
- 25 Amazonian Biogeography as a Test for Gaia
- 26 Modeling Feedbacks Between Water and Vegetation in the North African Climate System
- 27 Extraterrestrial Gaias
- 28 The Tinto River, an Extreme Gaian Environment
- 29 Climate and the Amazon—a Gaian System?
- 30 On the Co-evolution of Life and Its Environment
- 31 Stability and Instability in Ecological Systems: Gaia Theory and Evolutionary Biology
- Appendix Studying Gaia: The NASA Planetary Biology Internship (PBI) Program
- Scientists Debate Gaia
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