Very Large Area-Weighted Mean Shape Index Formula

Where i is a very large patch class; n is the very large number of patches of class i; j is the very large number of patches of all classes; p is the very large perimeter of patch ij; and a is the very large area of patch ij.


Hugh. Are you still studying the dynamics of motion? I recall a discussion we had about chaos theory as regards traffic patterns. So, I thought I would mention to you that while trying to find how to take a bus from Squamish to Ikea, I found your site. What exactly does this say about us and our various collisions?

Wow, that is weird. And oh look, the site does show up in a search for ‘squamish ikea’. I guess there just aren’t many references to those two things on the web.

Not so much dynamics of motion as the dynamics of things that don’t move, i.e. plants. And chaos theory is so 1980s, I’m more into complexity theory. Welcome to the 1990s sister.

Thesis due next tuesday. Oh boy.

How was ikea? That place reduces me to nervous tears.

I am really enjoying the theme/design of your site. Do you ever run into any web browser compatibility issues? A couple of my blog visitors have complained about my website not operating correctly in Explorer but looks great in Opera. Do you have any recommendations to help fix this issue?

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