Talk:Controlled ecological life support system

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This is a good article, but when were the term and acronym coined, and by who? Mr. Jones 13:26, 20 Apr 2005 (UTC)

Possible additions for this article?[edit]

What plants is ideal for controlled environments?[edit]

It would be nice if someone would list and explain what plants would be the best for a particular purpose, such as which plants is ideal for maximum CO to O2 conversion, which is ideal for waste treatments, food production, et. al.

Methods of growing plants in a controlled environment.[edit]

An entry, possibly expanded, on the methodologies of plant growing in a controlled environment would be a good addition to this section. Example, hydroponic growing, soil based growing, etc..


Most of the way though this article it talks about a "closed" system in the sense that no matter moves in or out of the system, then suddenly switches to defining a closed system where matter and energy do not move in or out of the system -- the only kind of closed system where entropy cannot decrease. -- (talk) 19:43, 22 February 2013 (UTC)