6 edition of Elements of Mathematical Ecology found in the catalog.
August 6, 2001 by Cambridge University Press .
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||464|
Ecology is becoming more quantitative and more dynamic, not less, and Kot's book fills the need for a rigorous, graduate-level textbook in mathematical population ecology, and does it very well. The length of the chain, or trophic level, is a measure of the number of species encountered as energy or nutrients move from plants to top predators. Spatially-Structured Models: His main interest was demographywhich possibly influenced his professional choice as a statistician at Metropolitan Life Insurance.
Competition models; He died in New York. Systems ecology also considers the external influence of ecological economicswhich usually is not otherwise considered in ecosystem ecology. Single Species Models: 1. Next in the chain is an organism that feeds on the primary producer, and the chain continues in this way as a string of successive predators.
Exponential, logistic and Gompertz growth; 2. In particular, he suggested that the shift in reliance from solar energy to nonrenewable energy would pose unique and fundamental challenges to society. Suitable for upper level students and beginning researchers in ecology, mathematical biology and applied mathematics, the volume includes numerous clear line diagrams that clarify the mathematics, relevant problems thoughout the text that aid understanding, and supplementary mathematical and historical material that enrich the main text. Stochastic birth and death processes; 4. Topics covered include density dependence, bifurcations, demographic stochasticity, time delays, population interactions predation, competition, and mutualismand the application of optimal control theory to the management of renewable resources.
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The law, which Lotka discovered, relates to the productivity of scientists. Spatially-structured models; It takes a holistic and interdisciplinary approach to the study of ecological systems, and particularly ecosystems.
He presents, step by step, the calculations that are required to analyze the models that underlie population ecology. Each subject area can have associated with it an exponent representing its specific rate of author productivity.
An introduction to classical and modern mathematical models, methods, and issues in population ecology. Many are expanded and assignable in MasteringBiology. In the absence of a balance of naturethe species composition of ecosystems would undergo shifts that would depend on the nature of the change, but entire ecological collapse would probably be infrequent events.
Structured Population Models; Section D. Editorial Reviews "[T]his book is fun Many are expanded and assignable in MasteringBiology.
Harvest models - bifurcations and breakpoints; 3. Quarterly Review of Biology 'This is a further important book in Elements of Mathematical Ecology book field of the theoretical ecology Discrete-time models; 5.
Current research examples and other content updates are supported by more than redesigned, full-color Elements of Mathematical Ecology book, graphs, and tables. This dramatically revised edition discusses issues of human ecology throughout the text and provides a greater variety of opportunities for students to learn, practice, and develop quantitative and analytical skills.
This leads to a very important result in theoretical ecology known as the Intermediate Disturbance Hypothesiswhere the biodiversity the number of species that coexist in the population is maximized when the disturbance of which e is a proxy here is not too high or too low, but at intermediate levels.
Each food chain starts with a primary producer or autotrophan organism, such as a plant, which is able to manufacture its own food.
Competition models; Dynamics of Exploited Populations: Stochastic birth and death processes; 4.This is an introductory book that covers common models and concepts in ecology, and acts as an introductory resource for those wishing to begin understanding the use of mathematical models in ecology.
Kingsland, Sharon E. Modeling nature: Episodes in the history of population ecology. 2d ed. Chicago: Univ. of Chicago Press. E-mail Citation». Elements of Mathematical Ecology provides an introduction to classical and modern mathematical models, methods, and issues in population ecology. The first part of the book is devoted to simple, unstructured population models that ignore much of the variability found in natural populations for the sake of tractability/5.
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