By: Harold M Hastings and George Sugihara
235 pages, Figs, tabs
This unique explanation of how to use fractal geometry in ecology and biology begins with a summary of the foundations of measurement in Euclidean geometry, and then progresses from analogues in the geometry of random fractals to illustrative applications spanning the natural sciences. The book includes a toolbox of user-ready computer programs, provides a blend of motivation, geometry and detailed applications, and presents detailed case studies in ecosystem patterns and fluctuations of small populations.
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