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Ecology -- Mathematical models
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- A biologist's guide to mathematical modeling in ecology and evolution
- A practical guide to ecological modelling : using R as a simulation platform
- A primer of ecology
- An illustrated guide to theoretical ecology
- An introduction to ecological modelling: putting practice into theory
- Applied hierarchical modeling in ecology : analysis of distribution, abundance and species richness in R and BUGS, Volume 1, Prelude and static models
- Bayesian inference : with ecological applications
- Chaos in ecology : experimental nonlinear dynamics
- Climate change and terrestrial ecosystem modeling
- Climate change and terrestrial ecosystem modeling
- Complex population dynamics : nonlinear modeling in ecology, epidemiology, and genetics
- Computational and numerical challenges in environmental modelling
- Computational ecology : artificial neural networks and their applications
- Computational ecology : graphs, networks, and agent based modeling
- Eco-hydrodynamic modelling of primary production in coastal waters and lakes using BLOOM
- Ecological and evolutionary modelling
- Ecological diversity and its measurement
- Ecological dynamics
- Ecological model types
- Ecological models and data in R
- Ecological stability
- Elements of mathematical ecology
- Essential maths for geoscientists : an introduction
- Food webs and biodiversity
- Mathematical models: mechanical vibrations, population dynamics, and traffic flow: an introduction to applied mathematics
- Modelling complex ecological dynamics
- Modelling for field biologists and other interesting people
- Population ecology : first principles
- Population ecology : first principles
- Population ecology : first principles
- Quantitative ecological theory: an introduction to basic models
- Quantitative ecology and evolutionary biology : integrating models with data
- Scale issues in remote sensing
- Stability and complexity in model ecosystems
- Stochastic analysis in production process and ecology under uncertainty
- Stochastic population dynamics in ecology and conservation
- Structural equation modeling : applications in ecological and evolutionary biology
- The ecological detective : confronting models with data
- The theoretical biologist's toolbox : quantitative methods for ecology and evolutionary biology
- Theoretical ecology : principles and applications
- Theoretical ecology : principles and applications
- Theoretical systems ecology: advances and case studies
- Tutorials in mathematical biosciences, IV, Evolution and ecology

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