Effects of anisotropy on pattern formation in wetland ecosystems

@inproceedings{Cheng2011EffectsOA,
  title={Effects of anisotropy on pattern formation in wetland ecosystems},
  author={Yiwei Cheng and Marc Sebastian Stieglitz and Greg Turk and Victor Engel},
  year={2011}
}
[1] Wetland ecosystems are often characterized by distinct vegetation patterns. Various mechanisms have been proposed to explain the formation of these patterns; including spatially variable peat accumulation and water ponding. Recently, short‐range facilitation and long‐range competition for resources (a.k.a scale dependent feedback) has been proposed as a possible mechanism for pattern formation in wetland ecosystems. We modify an existing, spatially explicit, advection‐reaction‐diffusion… CONTINUE READING

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