
N(t) = γA(tτ)
A step forward from N(t) = γA(t) situation.
N(t) = γA(tτ)
As before, N(t) is a known number (of peatlands) at time t, A(t) is a known area (deglaciated) at time t. γ is a hypothethical number of peatlands that can form per unit of deglaciated area.
τ is a delay period (before peatlands get established).
Ok, so I got y solved. I'm not quite sure though if I should use the variable y for each time or the average value for all. I tried both. Neither makes any sense with the following
> A(tτ) = N(t)/y
> A(t)A(τ) = N(t)/y
> A(τ) = A(t)  N(t)/y
Is this correct so far? Probably not, because it doesn't give any meaningful answer. And I don't know what A(τ) actually is, what I want to find is τ.