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Name  Henry Horn

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Books  The Adaptive Geometry of Trees

Henry S. Horn is a natural historian and ecologist. He is an emeritus professor in the Ecology and Evolutionary Biology Department at Princeton University. He has worked on a wide variety of topics including the following:

  • the geometrical structure of forests
  • patterns of forest succession
  • wind dispersal of seeds
  • spatial patterns of competition
  • social behavior of butterflies
  • He is also one of several scientists to have proposed the intermediate disturbance hypothesis.

    Books

    Horn, H.S. (1971) The Adaptive Geometry of Trees Princeton University Press.

    References

    Henry S. Horn Wikipedia


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