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Publications by author Camporeale:C.
 

Parametric transitions between bare and vegetated states in water-driven patterns

  
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, Vol. 115, No. 32. (07 August 2018), pp. 8125-8130, https://doi.org/10.1073/pnas.1721765115

Abstract

[Significance] Since the appearance of land plants in Devonian time, vegetation has played a key role in the coevolution of life and landscapes as a result of mutual orchestrated processes between vegetation characteristics, environmental disturbances, and soil allometry. We mathematically frame the interactions between these three processes into a single parameter that discriminates between vegetated and bare states. In agreement with theories linking ecosystem development to hydrosphere and lithosphere connectivity, this theory suggests that the vegetation biodiversity of river sediment deposits occurs ...

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