2022
DOI: 10.1590/1806-9479.2021.233521
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María Luz Blandi, Natalia Agustina Gargoloff, María José Iermanó, María Fernanda Paleologos, Santiago Javier Sarandón

Abstract: Abstract: The reductionist and disciplinary paradigm of the Green Revolution coexists with the emerging paradigm of complexity, which values the holistic and the interdisciplinary. Agroecology promotes the need to understand the multiple biophysical relationships that exist in agroecosystems, and this calls for the development of new methodological tools. Sustainability indicators are an example of this. However, their implementation is not simple, as this requires an instrument to simplify the construction of…

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