Dendritic landscapes: Exploring connectivity and biodiversity in an alternative geometry
- William F. Fagan
|Sabbatical Fellow||4th—30th September 2008||Participant List|
|Sabbatical Fellow||30th April—15th May 2009||Participant List|
As an NCEAS Sabbatical Fellow, I propose to explore the implications of dendritic (branching) geometries, such as those found in river networks and elsewhere in nature, for ecological complexity through the development of theoretical models.
|Type||Product of NCEAS Research|
|Journal Article||Fagan, William F.; Cosner, Chris; Larsen, Elise A.; Calabrese, Justin M. 2010. Reproductive asynchrony in spatial population models: How mating behavior can modulate Alee effects arising from isolation in both space and time. American Naturalist. Vol: 175(3). Pages 362-373.|