Bethan Ackerley
Bethan Ackerley
CRITIC
img-contested
N/A
0 reviews
PUBLIC
img-contested
N/A
0 reviews

RECENT ARTICLES

Sort by:
No Rating
Salt marsh fairy circles go from rings to bullseyes to adapt to stress

Salt marsh fairy circles go from rings to bullseyes to adapt to stress

×The most famous so-called fairy circles are grass-ringed patches of barren earth found in Namibia and Australia. Their lesser-known cousins – transient rings of plants found in Chinese salt marshes –could help explain why these patterns naturally form and may be indicators of ecosystems resilient to climate change.Previous research has shown that some self-organising patterns in nature provide insights into ecosystem resilience. But transient ones that change shape over time – for example, from spots to rings and then to concentric rings – haven’t been studied as much as persistent ones...

Feb 8
Worthy
Share
Save
Give Tip
Review
  • Total 1 items
  • 1
OUTLETS
newscientist.com

newscientist.com

CRITIC
img-contested
N/A
PUBLIC
img-contested
N/A