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Some aspects of ecological modeling developments in China
Li, D.; Guo, Z.
Thermodynamics and ecology
On the consistency between thermodynamical and network approaches to ecosystems
Nielsen, S.N.; Ulanowicz, R.E.
Fractal geometry applications in description and analysis of patch patterns and patch dynamics
On hierarchical partitioning of an ecological complexity function
Anand, M.; Orloci, L.
Spatial and space-time correlations in ecological models
Modeling landscape functions and effects: a network approach
Leibowitz, S.G.; Loehle, C.; Li, B.; Preston, E.M.
Spatial modeling of the geographic distribution of wildlife populations: a case study in the lower Mississippi River region
Ji, W.; Jeske, C.
Mathematical models of wildlife management by contraception
Modelling animal movement as a persistent random walk in two dimensions: expected magnitude of net displacement
Wu, H.; Li B.-L.; Springer, T.A.; Neill, W.H.
Global model of vegetation migration: incorporation of climatic variability
Kirilenko, A.P.; Belotelov, N.V.; Bogatyrev, B.G.
Roles of plant biomass and vegetational heterogeneity, and energy-matter cycling in grassland sustainability
Shiyomi, M.; Takahashi, S.; Kirita, H.
Determining temporal pattern of community dynamics by using unsupervised learning algorithms
Chon T.-S.; Park, Y.; Park, J.H.
Self-thinning rule: a causal interpretation from ecological field theory
Li B.-L.; Wu, H.; Zou, G.