1. "… The population level for long-range survival" (H. ODUM. 1983, p.125).
2. "The maximum number of living things that can be supported indefinitely by a given ecosystem or area without deterioration" (UNESCO-UNEP Glossary, 1983, p.7).
These definitions are proper to ecology and related to basic physical resources (mineral cycles, soil, water levels, plants, etc.) However there are also limits to the carrying capacity of transmission channels of any kind.
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