Local asymptotic coherence of time-varying discrete ecological networks
The study of coherence of population dynamics is extremely important for predicting and evaluating the risk of global extinctions. The migration in a network of patch populations (metapopulation) inevitably involves various environmental noises or outside disturbances, which make the migration model time evolving and spatially extended. Thus time-invariant discrete ecological networks are often insufficient to capture the key features of real-world dynamical networks. Here, a time-varying...[Show more]
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