Chaos in Ecology: Volume 1 : Experimental Nonlinear Dynamics
Chaos in Ecology is the inaugural volume of Theoretical Ecology Series. The authors of this volume have employed data from a proven model system in population dynamics. As a result, this book will be of interest to anyone interested in the ecology of populations.
- Hardback | 225 pages
- 172.2 x 222.5 x 17mm | 625.97g
- 11 Dec 2002
- Elsevier Science Publishing Co Inc
- Academic Press Inc
- San Diego, United States
Other books in this series
11 Dec 2002
Table of contents
Patterns in Chaos
What We Learned
-COMMUNITY ECOLOGY (2005)
"...an elegant blend of mathematics, statistics, and biology..."
-CHANCE (Fall 2003)
"...rich in statistical concepts and methods. Anyone interested in the dynamics of populations will benefit from reading this book."
"In a very real sense, Cushing et al. have done for ecology what Newton did for physics."
-Aaron A. King, University of Tennessee (2002)
"This is the definitive source on chaos in ecology. Well-written and authoritative."
-Simon Levin, Princeton University (2002)
"Chaos in Ecology ought to be read by both field and theoretical ecologists."
-COMPLEX SYSTEMS LAB, BARCELONA SPAIN