Ecopoetics Along Shorelines


April 16, 2018

Boundaries can be set by hard definitions, equations, and physical structures and markings—such as those defined by Raichlen, and some by Strayer—but are often blends of averages, specific and non-specific categorical factors, and uncontrolled variables. Boundaries are a combination of these characteristics, and may be visible only through the divisions they leave behind—whether divisions of people, policy, and idea, as shown by Sze et al., or the imperfect and perfect patterns in the ocean waves. These boundaries helpfully quantify certain factors, while also unhelpfully becoming too specific, thus leading to much miscommunication and misunderstanding among various groups.

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