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Introducing the use of mathematical methods to non-mathematicians, thoroughly addresses the major concepts of mathematical ecology and natural resource management and details the related biological complexity to mathematicians. This self-contained book addresses different ecological scales, including population, simple foodwebs, and communities, and discusses and compares most of the different modeling approaches. The author introduces numerous real-life examples of the use of mathematics in the study of biology, including forestry, resource management, and epidemiology, to motivate and encourage readers to do further research.
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