Patchy Distribution and Diffusion
Biotic populations are usually distributed heterogeneously in their habitats, and the distribution itself is often patchy. In ecology, we conventionally classify the structure of dispersion into three categories: Frequency distributions may be random, uniform (regular), or clumped (contagious) (Fig. 9.1).
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