The geometry of ecological interactions.pdf

The geometry of ecological interactions PDF

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"The Geometry of Ecological Interactions: Simplifying Spatial Compexity consistently tries to explain where and why the mean-field approximation breaks downIn addition to helping to bridge the gap between theory and how to apply it, this book will be a good reference for the library of graduate students and researchers who work in this ecotone between theory and applicability." Natural

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