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Hargrove WW, Hoffman FM, and Schwartz PM (2002) A fractal landscape realizer for generating synthetic maps. Conservation Ecology 6(1): 2.

Hartshorne R (1939) The Nature of Geography. Lancaster, PA: Association of American Geographers.

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Ilya P (1997) The End of Certainty: Time, Chaos, and the New Laws of Nature. New York: Free Press.

Jorgensen SE (2000) 25 Years of ecological modelling by ecological modelling. Ecological Modelling 126(2-3): 95-99.

Lovelock JE (1979) Gaia: A New Look at Life on Earth, 252pp. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Prigogine I and Stengers I (1990) Order Out of Chaos: Man's New Dialogue with Nature (First publ. 1984). London: Flamingo.

Puzachenko, Yu G, D'yakonov KN, and Aleshenko GM (2002) Diversity of landscape and methods of its measurement. Geography and biodiversity monitoring. Series of manuals. Conservation of Biodiversity,143-302. Moscow: NUMTs.

Puzachenko Yu G and Skulkin VS (1982) The Structure of Forest Vegetation, 320pp. Moscow: Nauka.

Sagoff M (2003) The plaza and the pendulum: Two concepts of ecological science. Biology and Philosophy 18: 529-552.

Schroeder M (1991) Fractals, Chaos, Power Laws: Minutes from an Infinite Paradise, 429pp. New York: W.H. Freeman and Company.

Shugart HH (1984) A Theory of Forest Dynamics. The Ecological Implications of Forest Succession Models, 278pp. New York: Springer.

Sukachev VN and Dylis NV (eds.) (1964) Fundamentals of Forest Biogeocoenology, 574pp. Moscow: Nauka (Science).

Tansley AG (1935) The use and abuse of vegetational concepts and terms. Ecology 16: 284-307.

Turcotte DL (1997) Fractals and Chaos in Geology and Geophysics, 2nd edn., 367pp. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Vernadsky W (1929) La Biosphere. Paris: Librairie/Feliz Alcan.

Vernadsky VI (1926) The Biosphere. Leningrad: Nauchtekhizdat (in Russian). English version: Vernadsky VI (1998) The Biosphere (complete annotated edn.), 192pp. New York: Copernicus.

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