5 edition of Complex population dynamics found in the catalog.
Complex population dynamics
Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
|Statement||editors, Bernd Blasius, Jürgen Kurths, Lewi Stone.|
|Series||World Scientific lecture notes in complex systems -- v. 7|
|Contributions||Blasius, Bernd., Kurths, J. 1953-, Stone, Lewi.|
|LC Classifications||QH352 .C65 2007|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 246 p. :|
|Number of Pages||246|
|LC Control Number||2008272112|
created at MIT in the s by Jay Forrester, is designed to help us learn about the structure and. dynamics of the complex systems in which we are embedded, design high-leverage policies for Author: John Sterman. Complex dynamics is today very much a focus of interest. Though several fine expository articles were available, by P. Blanchard and by M. Yu. Lyubich in particular, until recently there was no single source where students could find the material with proofs. For anyone in our position, gathering and organizing the material required a great deal of work going through preprints and papers and.
Complex Population Dynamics: A Theoretical/Empirical Synthesis. Monographs in Population Biology, Volume By Peter Turchin. Princeton (New Jersey): Princeton University Press. $ (hardcover); $ (paper). xvii + p; ill.; : 0–––3 (hc); 0–––1 (pb). Complex Population Dynamics Peter Turchin Published by Princeton University Press Turchin, Peter. Complex Population Dynamics: A Theoretical/Empirical Synthesis (MPB).Cited by:
Population dynamics is the study of change in an animal or fish population. Studies range from field work to collect biological data to complex mathematical and statistical : Terrance Quinn. Complex population dynamics have fascinated biologists for decades. By bringing together mathematical models, statistical analyses, and field experiments, this book offers a comprehensive new synthesis of the theory of population : Peter Turchin.
Fish-cultural station in North Carolina.
The scouts of the valley
Why Pakistan? - and why not?
Arthropod densities across an ancient woodland and conifer plantation ecotone
Trace fossils from two Upper Pennsylvanian sandstones in Kansas.
Five years in a lottery office
OUTRAGEOUSLY OFFENSIVE JOKES IV
identity of Ulster: the land, the language and the people.
odel of economic growth which includes durable and non-durable consumption goods
Copper- or silver-promoted aromatic nucleophilic addition and substitution.
Between the unseen and seen
Responding to adolescent suicide
New ideas for public transport in outer London.
Intellectual history in America.
Understanding Chinese characters by means of their ancestral forms
Complex population dynamics have fascinated biologists for decades. By bringing together mathematical models, statistical analyses, and field experiments, this book offers a comprehensive new synthesis of the theory of population by: Complex population dynamics have fascinated biologists for decades.
By bringing together mathematical models, statistical analyses, and field experiments, this book offers a comprehensive new synthesis of the theory of population oscillations. Complex Population Dynamics book.
Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Why do organisms become extremely abundant one year and then s 4/5.
Complex Population Dynamics integrates theoretical and empirical studies into a major new synthesis of current knowledge about population dynamics.
It is also a pioneering work that sets the course for ecology’s future as a predictive science. Buy the book on Buy Complex Population Dynamics on The book includes an excellent general review of population dynamics Complex population dynamics book we cannot reasonably consider complex dynamics without building on simple dynamics.
The book does not consider spatial dynamics, only temporal dynamics, which keeps it tightly : Marcel Holyoak. Complexity and Dynamics Complexity Theories, This is a Wikipedia book, a collection of Wikipedia articles that can be easily saved, imported by an external. Complex Population Dynamics integrates theoretical and empirical studies into a major new synthesis of current knowledge about population dynamics.
It is also a pioneering work that sets the course for ecology's future as a predictive science. Complex Population Dynamics: Nonlinear Modeling in Ecology, Epidemiology and Genetics (World Scientific Lecture Notes in Complex Systems) [Blasius, Bernd, Kurths, Juergen, Stone, Lewi] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
Complex Population Dynamics: Nonlinear Modeling in Ecology, Epidemiology and Genetics (World Scientific Lecture Notes in Complex Systems)Format: Hardcover. This collection of review articles is devoted to the modeling of ecological, epidemiological and evolutionary systems. Theoretical mathematical models are perhaps one of the most powerful approaches available for increasing our understanding of the.
Select Chapter 17 - Host Suitability, Predation, and Bark Beetle Population Dynamics Book chapter Full text access Chapter 17 - Host Suitability, Predation, and Bark Beetle Population Dynamics.
Population dynamics has traditionally been the dominant branch of mathematical biology, which has a history of more than years, although more recently the scope of mathematical biology has greatly expanded.
The first principle of population dynamics is widely regarded as the exponential law of Malthus, as modeled by the Malthusian growth model. Peter W. Price, Mark D. Hunter, in Population Dynamics, I.
Introduction Although population dynamics is a centerpiece in ecology, there is less emphasis in the field than should be expected. In a recent review, research papers in population ecology as a broad area outnumbered those on communities and ecosystems 5 to 1 in some major journals during the years – Connecting Mathematical Theory to Empirical Dynamics Introduction Qualitative Types of Deterministic Dynamics Attractors Sensitive Dependence on Initial Conditions Population Dynamics in the Presence of Noise Simple Population Dynamics Stable Periodic Oscillations Chaotic.
Get this from a library. Complex population dynamics: a theoretical/empirical synthesis. [Peter Turchin] -- Why do organisms become extremely abundant one year and then seem to disappear a few years later.
Why do population outbreaks in particular species happen. Population Dynamics. A population is a group of individuals (all members of a single species) who live together in the same habitat and are likely to interbreed.
Each population has a unique physical distribution in time and space. It may contain individuals of different ages and its size (density) is likely to change over time, growing or shrinking according to the reproductive success of its.
Purchase Population Dynamics - 1st Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBN“This stimulating and timely book addresses questions central to virus population dynamics from the conceptual framework of complex systems theory. Clearly structured and easy to read, it fills a gap and will appeal to scientists in a diversity of fields, from virology to mathematical biology.”—Fernando García-Arenal, Universidad.
The four simulations of the Population Dynamics series are designed to supplement existing high school history curricula and be largely self-directed by students outside of class time.
They are intended to introduce students to a variety of systems tools (behavior-over-time graphs, stock/flow maps, models/simulations) along with primary and. Methods in population dynamics aim to describe and understand the abundance or (st)age structure of individuals in a population.
St(age) structure is critical for describing how different individuals’ fate (e.g., survival, reproductive output) depends on their state (e.g., size, age). A new book Teller co-edited with long-time colleague Assefa Hailemariam, also a demographer and professor at Addis Ababa University’s CPS and founder of the Ethiopian Society for Population Studies, sets out to “unravel” Ethiopia’s complex population dynamics.
So far all population models have considered the interaction of one or two species. Here we consider the interaction of three or more species, focusing on examples of plankton dynamics and lynx-hare cycles to illustrate the range of complex behaviour.
Diseases and hosts do not exist in isolation.duce complex population dynamics-limit cycles, quasiperiodic oscillations, and aperiodic chaos. While the possibility of such dynamics has been recognized theoretically since the s (May ), most ecologists have remained skeptical oftbeir importance in nature.
One well-known attempt to Cited by: 1.Growing Inequality: Bridging Complex Systems, Health Disparities, and Population Health is a must read for anyone interested in the potential of complex systems methodologies to better understand population health and health disparities.
Although the chapters in this book do not perfectly mesh at times—edited volumes rarely do so!—the book.