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- Matrix Population Models Construction, Analysis, and Interpretation
- MATRIX POPULATION MODELS FOR WILDLIFE CONSERVATION AND MANAGEMENT
- Matrix Population Models: Construction, Analysis, and Interpretation
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Sensitivity and elasticity analysis of Tetranychus urticae Koch population parameters: Consequences for pest management. Tetranychus urticae Koch is one of the most polyphagous tetranychid mites which has been collected from plenty plant species including agricultural and horticultural crops. Furthermore, female individuals at the ages of 46, 23, 14, 11 and 7 days had the highest contribution to population growth in comparison with other ages, when reared at the above-mentioned temperatures, respectively. Besides, the elasticity to fecundity rate at the age of first reproduction was considerably higher than those associated with the age of last reproduction. The survival rates s i generally exhibited a higher elasticity than the transition rates g i.
Matrix Population Models Construction, Analysis, and Interpretation
Offers a comprehensive treatment of matrix population models and their applications in ecology and demography. Matrix Population Models , Second Edition, is a comprehensive treatment of matrix population models and their applications in ecology and demography. It begins with simple cases, presented in detail so that beginning students can learn how to use these powerful models. It goes on to cover advanced topics in stochastic and nonlinear models. Analytical methods and theoretical issues are illustrated with empirical examples throughout. The decade since the publication of the First Edition of this book has seen enormous progress in the theory and application of matrix population models. The new edition includes greatly expanded treatment of stochastic and density-dependent models, sensitivity analysis, and statistical inference, and new chapters on parameter estimation, structured population models, demographic stochasticity, and applications of matrix models in conservation biology.
MATRIX POPULATION MODELS FOR WILDLIFE CONSERVATION AND MANAGEMENT
Larry Barnthouse, SETAC Globe For those with a taste for mathematical elegance and an interest in the full array of approaches available for modeling populations with complex life cycles, this book is a must. Dmitrii O. Logofet, Ecological Modelling Both the scope of issues and the means by which they are exposed show the author's desire to create a book that might be interesting and useful not only for the beginner, but for the expert too. Hal Caswell has succeeded remarkably in doing both. Floyd W.
Matrix Population Models: Construction, Analysis, and Interpretation
Offers end pm EST. Abstract: In this paper, we consider a nonlinear size-structured population model with vital rates depending on the total population. We derive sensitivity partial differential equations for the sensitivities of the solution with respect to the reproduction and mortality rates.