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A simulation model of mire patterning - revisited

A simulation model of mire patterning - revisited

Ecography 28(5): 653-661

The development of regular, oriented hummock-hollow or string-flark patterns in boreal peatlands can be explained by a simple spatially explicit model in which hummocks have a lower hydraulic conductivity than hollows and are more likely to occur at lower water levels. Revisiting a previously published model, the function used to simulate water flow is shown to be faulty.

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DOI: 10.1111/j.2005.0906-7590.04265.x

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