8 edition of **An introduction to mathematical models in ecology and evolution** found in the catalog.

- 155 Want to read
- 20 Currently reading

Published
**2009**
by Wiley-Blackwell in Oxford, New York
.

Written in English

- Ecology -- Mathematical models,
- Evolution (Biology) -- Mathematical models

**Edition Notes**

Statement | Michael Gillman. |

Series | Ecological methods and concepts series |

Contributions | Gillman, Michael. |

Classifications | |
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LC Classifications | QH541.15.M3 G5 2009 |

The Physical Object | |

Pagination | p. cm. |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL22671731M |

ISBN 10 | 9781405175159 |

LC Control Number | 2008046481 |

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This book is a first step to addressing these difficulties, providing a broad introduction to the key methods and underlying concepts of mathematical models in ecology and evolution. The book is intended to serve the needs of undergraduate and postgraduate ecology and evolution students who need to access the mathematical and statistical Author: Mike Gillman.

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The focus of this lecture. It is a how-to guide for developing new mathematical models in biology. It provides step-by-step recipes for constructing and analyzing models. It covers interesting biological applications.

It explores classical models in ecology and evolution. There are questions at the end of every chapter. Primers cover important mathematical topics. PART I: ECOLOGY AND EVOLUTION Frederick R. Adler Mathematical modelinghasplayeda fundamentalrole in the develop-ment of the sciences of ecology and evolutionary biology.

The predator-prey equations of Lotka and Volterra in the s helped to establish the ecologi-cal study of population dynamics. The population genetics models developed.

Consists of detailed mathematical treatments, with attention to the underlying theory, of selected topics in: Population dynamics; Spatial patterns in one-species populations; Spatial relations of two or more species; and Many-species populations.

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