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Animal Population Dynamics

Series: Outline Studies in Ecology Series

By: R Moss, A Watson and J Ollason

80 pages, Tabs, figs, graphs

Chapman & Hall

Paperback | Dec 1982 | #2266 | ISBN: 041222240X
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About this book

This outline shows how animals can be counted, how present patterns of abundance have evolved, and describes mechanisms underlying changes in animal abundance and the influence of man.

'At last there is a cheap introductory book on animal population dynamics with a vertebrate bias!' Mammal Review '...a good introductory text and a useful source for the more experienced student or lecturer.' The Biologist


Contents

Counting methods; evolution and population dynamics; the numerical analysis of population change; the natural limitation of animal numbers; the natural history of numbers; decision-making; time, space and chance.

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