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Population ecology.

Lowell Adams

Population ecology.

by Lowell Adams

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Published by Dickenson Publishing Company in Belmont, California .
Written in English


Edition Notes

SeriesContemporary thought in ecological science series
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19721991M

Ecology is a sub-discipline of biology that studies the interactions between organisms and their environments. Population Growth Models Populations change over time and space as individuals are born or immigrate (arrive from outside the population) into an area and others die or emigrate (depart from the population to another location). Population biology has been investigated quantitatively for many decades, resulting in a rich body of scientific literature. Ecologists often avoid this literature, put off by its apparently formidable mathematics. This textbook provides an introduction to the biology and ecology of populations by emphasizing the roles of simple mathematical models in explaining the growth and behavior of.

Introduction to Population Ecology, 2nd Edition is a comprehensive textbook covering all aspects of population ecology. It uses a wide variety of field and laboratory examples, botanical to zoological, from the tropics to the tundra, to illustrate the fundamental laws of population ecology. Controversies in population ecology are brought fully up to date in this edition, with many brand new. Population biology has been investigated quantitatively for many decades, resulting in a rich body of scientific literature. Ecologists often avoid this literature, put off by its apparently formidable mathematics. This textbook provides an introduction to the biology and ecology of populations byBrand: Springer-Verlag New York.

  Post provided by Daniel Caetano Today we bring the first part of an interview with Dennis Murray and Brett Sandercock about their brand new book in population ecology methods: “Population Ecology in Practice.” The editors were kind enough to share some interesting backstage information with us. Snowshoe hare in winter Population Ecology in Practice introduces.   Population Size, Density, and Distribution. Communities are made up of populations of different species. In biology, a population is a group of organisms of the same species that live in the same area. The population is the unit of natural selection and evolution.


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"Vandermeer and Goldberg have written an outstanding book that synthesizes and summarizes the fundamental concepts and principles of population ecology. Its highly approachable treatment of models should give students deep and intuitive insights into population ecology/5(3). "As population ecology continues to grow and develop as a discipline, this book will serve as a useful text for undergraduate courses in population ecology or quantitative techniques, and will also serve as a handy resource for professionals."—-Tyler M.

Harms, Journal of Wildlife ManagementBook Edition: Second. A synthesis of contemporary analytical and modeling approaches in population ecology. The book provides an overview of the key analytical approaches that are currently used in demographic, genetic, and spatial analyses in population ecology.

The chapters present current problems, introduce advances in analytical methods and models, and demonstrate the applications of quantitative methods to ecological.

Introduction to Population Ecology, 2nd Edition is a comprehensive textbook covering all aspects of population ecology. It uses a wide variety of field and laboratory examples, botanical to zoological, from the tropics to the tundra, to illustrate the fundamental laws of population by: About this book Worldwide, Population Ecology is the leading textbook on this titled subject.

Written primarily for students, it describes the present state of population ecology in terms that can be readily understood by undergraduates with little or no background in the subject.

Complemented by superb illustrations that further clarify the links between the mathematical models and biology, Population Ecology is the most straightforward and authoritative overview of the field to date. It will have broad appeal among undergraduates, graduate students, and practicing ecologists.

more/5. This second edition of Population Ecology is fully updated and expanded, with additional exercises in virtually every chapter, making it the most up-to-date and comprehensive textbook of its kind.

Provides an accessible mathematical foundation for the latest advances in ecology Features numerous exercises and examples throughoutCited by: Population Ecology in Practice is an excellent book for upper-level undergraduate and graduate students taking courses in population ecology or ecological statistics, as well as established researchers needing a desktop reference for contemporary methods used to develop robust population.

Description: Introduction to Population Ecology is an accessible and up-to-date textbook covering all aspects of population ecology.

Discusses field and laboratory data to illustrate the fundamental laws of population ecology. Provides an overview of how population theory has developed. For more than an hour he spoke about population and ecology, about birth control and sterilization, to an audience of tens of millions.

After that, Ehr­lich returned to the show many times. Ehrlich. Population Ecology; Pages: ; DOI: /X; Abstract. Ghost shrimp on the intertidal sandflat in an open bay released larvae toward the coastal ocean.

Six batches of postlarval settlement on the sandflat occurred in a semilunar periodicity. Buoyancy‐ and wind‐driven and tidal currents generated the postlarval.

PDF | On Oct 1,Paulette Bierzychudek and others published Population Ecology | Find, read and cite all the research you need on ResearchGate. The book discusses the evolution of life and the essential ecological processes on which all life, including human civilization, depend.

It describes the conditions of life and ecology of humans in the four ecological phases in human history (views)Biological Invasions in Changing Ecosystems. Monographs in Population Biology is a continuing series of books intended to examine important aspects of the ecology and evolution of plants and animals.

Embracing both theoretical and empirical studies in a variety of subject areas, the series aims at well-written books that emphasize synthesis, fresh insights, and creative speculation.

Population ecology is an ever-increasing field in plant ecology. The large number of papers published in the field since the last review in this series (Starfinger and Stocklin ) makes it.

Population ecology studies the number of individuals in an area, as well as how and why their population size changes over time. The Karner blue butterfly, an endangered species, makes a good model for both organismal and population ecology since it is dependent, as a population, on a specific plant that grows within specific areas, which, thus.

Population ecology, study of the processes that affect the distribution and abundance of animal and plant populations. common wildebeest A herd of common wildebeest (Connochaetes taurinus) migrating across a dusty savanna in Africa. Including a Special Feature on Bayesian, Fisherian, error, and evidential statistical approaches for population ecology.

Volume 57 January - October Octoberissue 4; Julyissue 3; Aprilissue 2. Including a Special Feature on Reproductive interference: ecological and evolutionary consequences of interspecific promiscuity. This second edition of Population Ecology is fully updated and expanded, with additional exercises in virtually every chapter, making it the most up-to-date and comprehensive textbook of its kind.

Provides an accessible mathematical foundation for the latest advances in ecology; Features numerous exercises and examples throughout. Ecology References Websites. Population Ecology Reference List, Site maintained by Alexei Sharov, Virginia Tech.

See on-line course: Quantitative Population Ecology "This site is an absolute must for all teaching Population Ecology or students learning it, but it should also not be missed by anybody else." (Plant Pathology Internet Guide Book). Worldwide, Population Ecology is the leading textbook on this titled subject.

Written primarily for students, it describes the present state of population ecology in terms that can be readily understood by undergraduates with little or no background in the subject. Carefully chosen experimental examples illustrate each topic, and studies of plants and animals are combined to show how /5(2).Overshoot (population) Paradox of the plankton Patch dynamics Paul B.

Thompson (philosopher) Paul R. Ehrlich Plant defense against herbivory Population bottleneck Population cycle Population dynamics Population ecology Population fragmentation Population growth Population model Positive feedback Predictive homeostasis Priority effect.Newton challenges the reader to think critically about data presented or conclusions published to date regarding population trends and casual correlation.

Although dated, it is an excellent foundation for anyone interested in birds of prey. Rory rated it really liked it /5.