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A study of a complex network with indirect influences analysis of a model of non-forced population migration based on Valle del Cauca Department

Author
Trullols, E.; Massana, I.; Prat, J.; Olivar, G.; Catumba, J.; Redondo, J.M.
Type of activity
Presentation of work at congresses
Name of edition
World Conference on Natural Resource Modeling: Vulnerability and Resilience of Socio-ecological Systems
Date of publication
2017
Presentation's date
2017-06-08
Book of congress proceedings
WCNR2017 - World Conference on Natural Resource Modeling: Vulnerability and Resilience of Socio-ecological Systems: Barcelona, Spain: 6-9 June: proceedings book
First page
140
Last page
140
Abstract
In many countries, the movement of individuals searching for new places to live represents a situation that raises economic, social, political and environmental problems. There is the case of the United States with the latinamerican immigrants that cross the mexican border, arrive at the Florida coasts by boat or come in some other way. There is the case of big groups of people in the Middle East running away from the war in their countries. There is the case of Colombian displaced getting to de...
Keywords
Complex networks, Ecosystem, Modeling
Group of research
SARTI - Technological Development Center for Remote Acquisition and Data Processing System

Participants