Complexity in landscapes
Green, David G.
Rimmington, Glyn M.
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Green, D.G., Klomp, N., Rimmington, G.M., and Sadedin, S. 2006, Complexity in landscapes in Complexity in Landscape Ecology, Landscape Series vol. 4: Dordrecht, Great Britain, Springer, 208 p. doi: 10.1007/1-4020-4287-6_3
In the previous chapter, we saw that interactions between organisms lead to complexity in ecosystems. Interactions between organisms and their environment also contribute. Soil formation, for instance, involves a combination of organic and inorganic processes. Rainforests not only depend on local climate, but also they modify it. Flow of water across a landscape affects the suitability of sites, determining where plants can grow.
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