Description:  Grass grows in patterns in the Ganey Omer neighborhood of Israel's Northern Negev desert, which receives 200 millimeters of precipitation per year. Researchers have developed a computer model that correlates moisture levels with the grass patterns.
Source:  Ben Gurion University
Story:  Model tracks desert spread
TRN January 9, 2002
TRN Categories:  Applied Computing; Data Representation and Simulation
Form:  Still

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