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Foraging Theory

Monograph
By: DW Stephens and JR Krebs
261 pages, Figs
Foraging Theory
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The authors apply optimality theory to the strategies and mechanics of foraging, and discuss new directions in foraging research.
`Clearly conveys the most significant results obtained in foraging theory over the past ten years.' Thomas Caraco.

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Monograph
By: DW Stephens and JR Krebs
261 pages, Figs
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