Modeling Intervention with Respect to Biodiversity Loss: A Case Study of Forest Resource Biomass Undergoing Changing Length of Growing Season
September 2017
Atsu J. U., Ekaka-A E. N.

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Abstract

This paper examines the extent of a system interventions against the loss of biodiversity due to an increase in the length of the growing season. By using a computationally efficient numerical scheme, we have observed that a shorter length of the growing season dominantly predicts a biodiversity loss whereas a relatively increased length of the growing season has predicted a biodiversity gain which has sufficient implication for the availability of adequate ecological-forestry services which are capable to provide a useful insight for the management of the forestry conservation and sustainable development. The novel contributions of this pioneering research has not been seen elsewhere; it is fully presented and discussed in this paper.

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