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Numerical simulation of biodiversity: comparison of changing initial conditions and fixed length of growing season
( Vol-4,Issue-1,January 2018 )

Author(s):

Atsu J. U., Ekaka-a E.N.

Keywords:

varying initial data, industrialization, numerical simulation, growing season, quantitative technique, forestry resources biomass.

Abstract:

This study examined the effect of varying the initial value of industrialization for a fixed length of growing season on the prediction of biodiversity loss. We have found that when the initial value of industrialization is 0.1 under a shorter length of growing season, a relative low due of biodiversity loss can be maintained. The biodiversity loss value can be further lowered by maintaining the same length of growing season but with a reduced initial value of industrialization to 0.01 or 0.02. We would expect this alternative result to provide a further insight into our fight against biodiversity loss which has both human and sustainable development devastating effects.

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10.22161/ijaems.4.1.1

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