Population Ecology: An Introduction to Computer Simulations

Population Ecology: An Introduction to Computer Simulations

Written for undergraduate students in ecology, population biology, or conservation, this book discusses population dynamics through time using computer simulations. The book focuses on biology rather than mathematical procedures, and teaches the programming and analyzing skills students need to create their own models of population change. MATLAB and the Symbolic Math Toolbox are used throughout the book to solve example problems.

About This Book

Ruth Bernstein, University of Colorado

John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 2003

ISBN: 0-470-85148-1
Language: English

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