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A primer of ecology / Nicholas J. Gotelli.

By: Gotelli, Nicholas J, 1959-.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookCopyright date: Sunderland, Mass. : Sinauer Associates , 2008Edition: Fourth edition.Description: xx, 291 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm.ISBN: 9780878933181.Subject(s): Population biology -- Mathematical models | Biología de población -- Modelos matemáticos | Ecology -- Mathematical models | Ecología -- Modelos matemáticosDDC classification: 577.88015118
Partial contents:
Exponential population growth -- Logistic population growth -- Age-structured population growth -- Metapopulation dynamics -- Competition -- Predation -- Island biogeography -- Succession -- Measuring species diversity.
Abstract: This book presents a concise but detailed exposition of the most common mathematical models in population and community ecology. It is intended to demystify ecological models and the mathematics behind them by deriving the models from first principles.
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includes index.

Includes bibliographical references (p. 273-282).

Exponential population growth -- Logistic population growth -- Age-structured population growth -- Metapopulation dynamics -- Competition -- Predation -- Island biogeography -- Succession -- Measuring species diversity.

This book presents a concise but detailed exposition of the most common mathematical models in population and community ecology. It is intended to demystify ecological models and the mathematics behind them by deriving the models from first principles.

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