viernes, 12 de junio de 2009

Ecología Matemática de Poblaciones y Ecosistemas

Publicado por Maverick Panditas


Mathematical Ecology of Populations and Ecosystems
Autor: John Pastor
Idioma: Inglés
Número de páginas: 344
Materia: Biología
Año: 2008
Formato: PDF
ISBN: 1405177950

CONTENIDO:

Part 1: Preliminaries
What is mathematical ecology and why should we do it?
Mathematical toolbox
Part 2: Populations
Homogeneous populations: exponential and geometric growth and decay
Age- and stage-structured linear models: relaxing the assumption of population homogeneity
Nonlinear models of single populations: the continuous time logistic model
Discrete logistic growth, oscillations, and chaos
Harvesting and the logistic model
Predators and their prey
Competition between two species, mutualism, and species invasions
Multispecies community and food web models
Part 3: Ecosystems
Inorganic resources, mass balance, resource uptake, and resource use efficiency
Litter return, nutrient cycling, and ecosystem stability
Consumer regulation of nutrient cycling
Stoichiometry and linked element cycles
Part 4: Populations and ecosystems in space and time
Transitions between populations and states in landscapes
Diffusion, advection, the spread of populations and resources, and the emergence of spatial patterns


2 comentarios:

Anónimo dijo...

Muchísimas gracias por este libro. Siempre es útil saber tanto de matematicas como de ecología.

Anónimo dijo...

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Agustín, Argentina!

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