By: GE Hutchinson
260 pages, 141 illus
The author builds on the mathematical foundations of population ecology to examine questions of mortality, natality, and the genesis of stable age structures. He studies unispecific populations and considers the questions of competition, and ecological niche, both in theory and in practice. These concepts are brought together in an analysis of the ways in which populations come to live together in biological communities.
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