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- A primer of ecology
- A primer of ecology
- An introduction to ecological modelling: putting practice into theory
- An introduction to structured population dynamics
- Analysis and control of age-dependent population dynamics
- Analysis of evolutionary processes : the adaptive dynamics approach and its applications
- Branching processes with biological applications / : P. Jagers
- Chaos in ecology : experimental nonlinear dynamics
- Complex population dynamics : nonlinear modeling in ecology, epidemiology, and genetics
- Consumer-resource dynamics
- Consumer-resource dynamics (MPB-36)
- Degenerate diffusion operators arising in population biology
- Dynamical systems in population biology
- Ecological stability
- Elements of mathematical ecology
- Evolutionary games and population dynamics
- Evolutionary games and population dynamics
- Extinction and quasi-stationarity in the stochastic logistic SIS model
- Individual-based modeling and ecology
- Lotka-Volterra and related systems : recent developments in population dynamics
- Mathematical methods of population biology
- Mathematical methods of population biology
- Mathematical models in population biology and epidemiology
- Mathematical models in population biology and epidemiology
- Nonlinear dynamics of interacting populations
- Population ecology : first principles
- Population ecology : first principles
- Population ecology : first principles
- Population harvesting: demographic models of fish, forest, and animal resources
- Population parameters : estimation for ecological models
- Quantitative analysis of movement : measuring and modeling population redistribution in animals and plants
- Stage-structured populations: sampling, analysis and simulation
- Stochastic abundance models: with emphasis on biological communities and species diversity
- Stochastic population dynamics in ecology and conservation
- Stochastic population models : a compartmental perspective
- Structured population models in biology and epidemiology
- The mathematical theory of the dynamics of biological populations:based on a conference organised by the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications in association with the Institute of Biology
- Transport equations in biology
- What were they thinking? : is population ecology a science? : papers, critiques, rebuttals, and philosophy

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