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Spatiotemporal Models of Population and Community Dynamics

Series: Population and Community Biology Series Volume: 21

By: T Czaran

283 pages, Figs

Chapman & Hall

Hardback | Dec 1997 | #70708 | ISBN: 0412575507
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About this book

Presents a comprehensive typology and description of spatiotemporal models used in population dynamics. The main types included are: reaction-diffusion systems, patch models, metapopulation approaches, host parasitoid models, cellular automata (interacting particles systems), tessellations and distance models.


Contents

Part 1: Spatial mass-interaction models; reaction-diffusion models of population growth and dispersion; population dynamics in patchy environments; spatially implicit patch models - metapopulations and aggregated interactions. Part 2: Neighbourhood models of population interactions; site-based neighbourhood models; individual-based neighbourhood models.

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