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The falls of the Big Sioux River were formed 14,000 years ago, at the end of the last ice age, as melting ice eroded a channel down to the bedrock, revealing an abundance of ... | |
| Robert McCredie May - Mathematics - 2001 - 265 pages
What makes populations stabilize? What makes them fluctuate? Are populations in complex ecosystems more stable than populations in simple ecosystems? In 1973, Robert May ... | |
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An accessible, integrated treatment of mathematical models in biology, the statistical techniques for fitting & testing them, & associated computer methods. Properties of ... | |
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Essential Mathematical Biology is a self-contained introduction to the fast-growing field of mathematical biology. Written for students with a mathematical background, it sets ... | |
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Certain basic modeling skills can be applied to a wide variety of problems. It focuses on those mathematical techniques which are applicable to models involving differential ... | |
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This book deals with ecological models of two kinds, which both aim to understand the general properties of ecosystems: mathematical models and laboratory models. | |
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Interest in the temporal fluctuations of biological populations can be traced to the dawn of civilization. How can mathematics be used to gain an understanding of population ... | |
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