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TitleA new mathematical model for environmental monitoring and assessment
Author(s)Monaco, Roberto
Soares, A. J.
KeywordsLandscape ecology
Mathematical modeling
Environmental dynamics
Stability analysis
Numerical computations
Issue dateNov-2017
JournalSpringer Proceedings in Mathematics and Statistics
CitationMonaco, R., Soares , A.J., A new mathematical model for environmental monitoring and assessment, PSPDES 2015 - Particle Systems and Partial Differential Equations, Braga, Portugal, Dec 16-18 2015, Springer Proceedings in Mathematics & Statistics, V. 2019, pp.263-283, 2017
Abstract(s)In this paper we are concerned with a quantitative method of Landscape Ecology. More in details we consider an environmental system distributed in landscape units (ecological sectors) and we propose a new mathematical model in order to implement a method for the evaluation of the ecological state of the system under investigation. After having performed a stability analysis of the model, we apply the proposed procedure first by considering separately each landscape unit and then extending our investigation to the system as a whole, by taking into account the connections between all the landscape units themselves. Our investigation includes some numerical computations that were performed for a Northern district of the Turin Province, using an approximation procedure that should avoid stiffness problems.
TypeConference paper
DescriptionVersão dos Autores para este artigo.
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AccessOpen access
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