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Academic & Professional Books  Ecology  Population & Community Ecology

From Individual Behaviour to Population Ecology

By: William J Sutherland
213 pages, Figs
From Individual Behaviour to Population Ecology
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About this book

Population dynamics and animal behaviour are two subjects which have developed almost independently, despite widespread acceptance of the idea that they must be related. This book provides a novel framework for combining these two subjects and then shows how to consider a range of conservation issues in this context.

Contents

Introduction; 1. Interference; 2. Depletion; 3. Prey availability; 4. Prey populations; 5. Territories; 6. Mating systems and reproductive success; 7. Population regulation; 8. Migration; 9. Applied problems; 10. Habitat loss; 11. Predator avoidance and human disturbance; 12. Modelling techniques; Summary; References; Author index; Subject index

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By: William J Sutherland
213 pages, Figs
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