The Inverse Texture Effect: A Neglected Idea in Dryland Ecohydrology
- School of Forestry and Environmental Studies, Yale University
The inverse texture effect is often described as a fundamental characteristic of dryland ecosystems. Walter and Noy-Meir described it in the 1970s and since then little has been done beyond treating it as though it were indeed a fundamental characteristic. How much do we really know about it?
This seminar co-hosted by the Hugh Hanson Ecology Seminar Series, School of Life Sciences and the Global Drylands Center
3:00 - 4:00 p.m.