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Modeling Spatiotemporal Dynamics in Ecology

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Edited By: J Bascompte and RV Solé

230 pages, 67 figs, 1 tab

Springer-Verlag

Hardback | Dec 1997 | #71236 | ISBN: 3540634495
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About this book

This book reviews one of the newest and most important areas of theoretical ecology: the study of spatiotemporal dynamics by means of a spatially explicit approximation that allows the investigation of the effects of real space.


Contents

Emergent phenomena in spatially extended model ecosystems; diversity, stability, and metadynamics - remarks from coupled map lattice studies; spatial dynamics of populations; deterministic and stochastic host-parasitoid dynamics in spatially extended systems; metapopulation collapse - the consequences of limited gene-flow in spatially structured populations; on wolf territoriality and deer survival; models of habitat fragmentation; making sense of spatial models in ecology; the incidence function approach to modelling of metapopulation dynamics.

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