Dendritic landscapes: Exploring connectivity and biodiversity in an alternative geometry

Principal Investigators:

William F. Fagan

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.

Participants and Meetings

A group photo is coming soon.
ActivityDatesFurther Information
Sabbatical Fellow4th—30th September 2008Participant List  
Sabbatical Fellow30th April—15th May 2009Participant List  

Participant Contact Information

William F. Faganbfagan@glue.umd.edu

Products: Publications, Reports, Datasets, Presentations, Visualizations

TypeProduct 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 Allee effects arising from isolation in both space and time. American Naturalist. Vol: 175(3). Pages 362-373. (Online version)
"Dendritic landscapes: Exploring connectivity and biodiversity in an alternative geometry" is project ID: 12254