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Landscape Ecology A neutral landscape model (NLM)…

Landscape Ecology

A neutral landscape model (NLM) is any model used to generate patterns in the absence of the specific processes being studied. Predictions from NLMs are intended to define the expected pattern in the absence of a specific process.

A disturbance is defined as a relatively discrete event that disrupts the structure of an ecosystem, community, or population and changes resource availability or the physical environment.

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