A model integrating patch dynamics, competing species and the intermediate disturbance hypothesis
Barnes and Roderick [Barnes, B., Roderick, M., 2004. An ecological framework linking scales across space and time based on self-thinning. Theor. Population Biol. 66, 113-118] developed a mathematical model of patch dynamics, based on a time-dependent self-thinning mechanism. In this paper, we consider the ramifications of their modelling approach, in terms of its agreement with the concepts of competing species and the intermediate disturbance hypothesis. When considering more than one species...[Show more]
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