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The spatial redistribution of organisms in an ecosystem is often a complex process. Many ecosystems exhibit spatial complexity on a broad range of scales, driven by the physical environment and biotic interactions . As different species aggregate and disperse in spatially complex ways, even an initially uniform environment will soon evolve spatial heterogeneity.
Biesinger, Zy Frederick, "Parameter Estimation of the Mountain Pine Beetle-Host Tree System" (1998). Undergraduate Honors Capstone Projects. 910.
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