Graph theory can be applied to ecological questions in many ways,
and more insights can be gained by expanding the range of graph
theoretical concepts applied to a specific system. But how do you
know which methods might be used? And what do you do with the graph
once it has been obtained? This book provides a broad introduction
to the application of graph theory in different ecological systems,
providing practical guidance for researchers in ecology and related
fields. Readers are guided through the creation of an appropriate
graph for the system being studied, including the application of
spatial, spatio-temporal, and more abstract structural process
graphs. Simple figures accompany the explanations to add clarity,
and a broad range of ecological phenomena from many ecological
systems are covered. This is the ideal book for graduate students
and researchers looking to apply graph theoretical methods in their
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