Quantitative Ecology: A New Unified Approach

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Quantitative Ecology: A New Unified Approach, Is a  textbook written by Clarence Lehman

About the Book

Quantitative Ecology introduces and discusses the principles of ecology from populations to ecosystems including human populations, disease, exotic organisms, habitat fragmentation, biodiversity and global dynamics. The book also reformulates and unifies ecological equations making them more accessible to the reader and easier to teach.

About the Contributors

Authors

Clarence Lehman

Shelby Loberg

Adam Clark

Table of Contents

  • Chapter 1. What is ecology?
  • Chapter 2. Ecological theory
  • Chapter 3. A basic population model
  • Chapter 4. Modeling a single population
  • Chapter 5. Differential and difference forms
  • Chapter 6. Human population growth
  • Chapter 7. Chaos and randomness
  • Chapter 8. Theory of interactions
  • Chapter 9. Embodied by natural selection
  • Chapter 10. Phase space
  • Chapter 11. State spaces
  • Chapter 12. Predator and prey
  • Chapter 13. Humans as predators
  • Chapter 14. Humans as prey
  • Chapter 15. Theory of disease
  • Chapter 16. Competition
  • Chapter 17. Mutualism
  • Chapter 18. Higher-order models

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Additional information

Authors

Clarence Lehman

Shelby Loberg

Adam Clark

Publisher

University of Minnesota Libraries Publishing

Language

English

Format

PDF

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