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Prof.
Ehud Meron

Articles in Journals

  1. von Hardenberg Jost, Kletter A.Y., Yizhaq H., Nathan J. and Meron E., "Periodic vs. scale-free patterns in dryland vegetation”, Proceedings of the Royal Society B 277, 1771-1776 (2010). PDF​
  2. Meron E., "Modeling dryland landscapes", Math. Model. Nat. Phenom. 6, 163-187 (2011).
  3. Goto Y., Hilhorst D., Meron E., and Temam R., “Existence theorem for a model of dryland vegetation”, Discrete and Continuous Dynamical Systems – B 16, 197-224 (2011).
  4. Sheffer E., Yizhaq H., Shachak M. and & Meron E., “Mechanisms of vegetation ring formation in water-limited systems”, J. Theor. Biol. 273, 138-146 (2011). PDF​
  5. Meron E., “Pattern-formation approach to modelling spatially extended ecosystems”, Ecological Modelling 234, 70-82 (2012). PDF​
  6. Kletter A.Y., von Hardenberg Jost, Meron E., "Ostwald ripening in dryland vegetation", Communications in Pure and Applied Analysis 11, 261-273 (2012). PDF​
  7. Bel G., Hagberg A., Meron E., “Gradual regime shifts in spatially extended ecosystems”, Theoretical Ecology 5, 591–604 (2012). PDF​
  8. Mau Y., Hagberg A., Meron E., “Spatial periodic forcing can displace patterns it is intended to control”, Phys. Rev. Lett. 109, 034102 (2012). PDF​
  9. Sheffer E., von Hardenberg J., Yizhaq H., Shachak M., Meron E., “Emerged or imposed: a theory on the role of physical templates and self-organization for vegetation patchiness”, Ecology Letters 16, 127-139 (2013). PDF​
  10. Kinast S., Meron E., Yizhaq H., Ashkenazy Y., “Biogenic crust dynamics on sand dunes”, Phys. Rev. E. 87, 020701(R) (2013). PDF​
  11. Zelnik Y., Kinast S.,  Yizhaq H., Bel G. and Meron E., “Regime shifts in models of dryland vegetation”, Phil. Trans. R. Soc. A 371, 20120358 (2013). PDF​
  12. Nathan J., Meron E., von Hardenberg J., “Spatial instabilities untie the exclusion-principle constraint on species coexistence”, J. Theo. Biol. 335, 198–204 (2013). PDF​
  13. Mau Y., Haim L., Hagberg A., Meron E., “Competing resonances in spatially forced pattern-forming systems”, Phys. Rev. E 88, 032917 (2013). PDF​
  14. Kinast S., Zelnik Y. R., Bel G., and Meron E., “Interplay between Turing Mechanisms can Increase Pattern Diversity”, Phys. Rev. Lett. 112, 078701 (2014). PDF​
  15. Berger-Tal O., Nathan J., Meron E., and Saltz D., “The exploration-exploitation trade-off: a multidisciplinary framework”, PloSONE 9, e95693 (2014).
  16. Kyriazopoulos P., Nathan J., Meron E., “Species coexistence by front pinning”, Ecological Complexity 20, 271–281 (2014). PDF​
  17. Haim L, Mau Y., and Meron E., “Spatial forcing of pattern forming systems that lack inversion symmetry”, Physical Review E 90, 022904 (2014). PDF 
  18. Haim L, Hagberg A, Nagaod R, Steinberg AS, Dolnik M, Epstein IR, and Meron E, “Fronts and patterns in a spatially forced CDIMA reaction”, Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics  16, 26137-43 (2014). PDF
  19. Mau Y., Haim L., Meron E., “Reversing desertification as a spatial resonance problem”, Phys. Rev. E 91, 012903 (2015). PDF
  20. Getzin S., Wiegand K., Wiegand T., Yizhaq H., von Hardenberg J., and Meron E., “Adopting a spatially explicit perspective to study the mysterious fairy circles of Namibia”, Ecography 38, 1–11 (2015). PDF
  21. Haim L., Hagberg A., and Meron E., “Non-monotonic resonant behavior in a spatially forced Lengyel-Epstein model”, Chaos 25, 064307 (2015). PDF​
  22. Yuval R. Zelnik, Ehud Meron, Golan Bel, “Gradual Regime Shifts in Fairy Circles”, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 112, 12327–12331​ (2015). PDF​
  23. Getzin S., Wiegand K., Wiegand T., Yizhaq H., von Hardenberg J., and Meron E., “Clarifying misunderstandings regarding vegetation self-organization and spatial patterns of fairy circles in Namibia: a response to recent termite hypotheses, Ecological Entomology 40, 669–675​ (2015). 
  24. Meron E., “Pattern formation - a missing link in the study of ecosystem response to environmental changes”, Mathematical Biosciences 271, 1-18 (2016).​  PDF​
  25. Zelnik Y. R., Meron E., Bel G., “Localized states qualitatively change the response of ecosystems to varying conditions and local disturbances”, Ecological Complexity 25, 26-34 (2016). PDF​
  26. Nathan J., Osem Y., Shachak M., Meron E., “Linking functional diversity to resource availability and disturbance: a mechanistic approach for water limited plant communities”, J. of Ecology 104, 419-429 (2016). PDF​
  27. Getzin S., Yizhaq H., Bell B., Erickson T. E., Postle A. C., Katra I., Tzuk O., Zelnik Y. R., Wiegand K., Wiegand T.,  and Meron E., "Discovery of fairy circles in Australia supports self-organization theory", Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 113, 3551-3556​ (2016). PDF​
  28. Kinast S, Ashkenazy Y., and Meron E., “A coupled vegetation-crust model for patchy landscapes”, Pure and Applied Geophysics 173, 983-993 (2016). PDF​ 
  29. Getzin S., Yizhaq H., Bell B., Erickson T. E., Postle A. C., Katra I., Tzuk O., Zelnik Y. R., Wiegand K., Wiegand T.,  and Meron E., "Hexagonal patterns of Australian fairy circles develop without correlation to termitaria", Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 113, E5368-9 (2016).
  30. Zelnik Y. R., Uecker H., Feudel U., and Meron E., "Dsertification by front propagation?", J. Theo. Biol. 418, 27-35 (2017). PDF​

Articles in Conference Proceedings

  1. Berman Y., Lederer Y. and Meron E., "A simplified spatial model for BWR stability", PHYSOR 2012 Advances in Reactor Physics Linking Research, Industry, and Education, Knoxville, Tennessee, USA, April 15-20 (2012).





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