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Dynamics of Different Topological Configurations in a Three-Patch Metapopulation Model

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The possible dynamics of an ecosystem with three interconnected patches among which one population can migrate are investigated, paying attention to the consequences that possible disruption in the communicating paths can cause.

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Bulletin of Mathematical Sciences and Applications (Volume 15)
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48-61
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C. Gazzola and E. Venturino, "Dynamics of Different Topological Configurations in a Three-Patch Metapopulation Model", Bulletin of Mathematical Sciences and Applications, Vol. 15, pp. 48-61, 2016
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May 2016
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