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Ecology and Evolutionary Biology pres.

EEB Tuesday Lunch Seminar: Complex forms of spatial patterning: self-organization from ecological complexity

John Vandermeer, Asa Gray Distinguished University Professor of EEB, Arthur F. Thurnau Professor

Extinction graph with images showing various members of the ecological community he studies. Text on graph includes: bifurcation and chaos zone, basin boundary collision, hysteresis zones, saddle/node bifurcation and extinction graph shows upward trend Extinction graph with images showing various members of the ecological community he studies. Text on graph includes: bifurcation and chaos zone, basin boundary collision, hysteresis zones, saddle/node bifurcation and extinction graph shows upward trend
Extinction graph with images showing various members of the ecological community he studies. Text on graph includes: bifurcation and chaos zone, basin boundary collision, hysteresis zones, saddle/node bifurcation and extinction graph shows upward trend
Please join us at our weekly EEB brown bag lunch seminar.
Extinction graph with images showing various members of the ecological community he studies. Text on graph includes: bifurcation and chaos zone, basin boundary collision, hysteresis zones, saddle/node bifurcation and extinction graph shows upward trend Extinction graph with images showing various members of the ecological community he studies. Text on graph includes: bifurcation and chaos zone, basin boundary collision, hysteresis zones, saddle/node bifurcation and extinction graph shows upward trend
Extinction graph with images showing various members of the ecological community he studies. Text on graph includes: bifurcation and chaos zone, basin boundary collision, hysteresis zones, saddle/node bifurcation and extinction graph shows upward trend
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