mathematical ecology

mathematical ecology

[¦math·ə¦mad·ə·kəl ē′käl·ə·jē]
(ecology)
The application of mathematical theory and technique to ecology.
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As a rudimentary model on mathematical ecology, Lotka-Volterra system has received a lot of attention and has been researched extensively; see, for example, [1-15] and the references cited therein.
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THERE IS AN ENTICING LINE of argument employed by some economists and analysts that is loosely based on the predator-prey model, one of the earliest models in mathematical ecology
which describes a model of the dynamics of a prey-predator system with diffusion in mathematical ecology.
In recent years, applications of impulsive differential equations in mathematical ecology have developed rapidly, various mathematical models have been proposed[1,2].
Myers is being awarded the prize for being the first to warn of mass species extinction and for continuing to speak out about environmental issues, while May will receive the award for developing mathematical ecology and the fundamental tools for ecological conservation planning, according to the Asahi Glass Foundation, which presents the awards.
There have been a number of recent books that provide an introduction to mathematical ecology and population dynamics (e.
Even if model and data are in concert, the mathematical ecology literature provides little guidance as to what to do with the data.

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