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**Synthetizing hydrodynamic turbulence from noise : formalism and applications to plankton dynamics.** / Sagues, F ; Reigada, R ; Sancho, J M ; Hillary, R M ; Bees, M A .

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceeding › Conference contribution

Sagues, F, Reigada, R, Sancho, JM, Hillary, RM & Bees, MA 2003, Synthetizing hydrodynamic turbulence from noise: formalism and applications to plankton dynamics. in SM Bezrukov (ed.), *UNSOLVED PROBLEMS OF NOISE AND FLUCTUATIONS.* AMER INST PHYSICS, MELVILLE, pp. 531-538, 3rd International Conference on Unsolved Problems of Noise and Fluctuations in Physics, Biology and High Technology, BETHESDA, 3/09/02.

Sagues, F., Reigada, R., Sancho, J. M., Hillary, R. M., & Bees, M. A. (2003). Synthetizing hydrodynamic turbulence from noise: formalism and applications to plankton dynamics. In SM. Bezrukov (Ed.), *UNSOLVED PROBLEMS OF NOISE AND FLUCTUATIONS *(pp. 531-538). AMER INST PHYSICS.

Sagues F, Reigada R, Sancho JM, Hillary RM, Bees MA. Synthetizing hydrodynamic turbulence from noise: formalism and applications to plankton dynamics. In Bezrukov SM, editor, UNSOLVED PROBLEMS OF NOISE AND FLUCTUATIONS. MELVILLE: AMER INST PHYSICS. 2003. p. 531-538

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