Single species population models

Single species models for many species food webs

a population may exhibit exponential damping, oscillatory damping, or stable limit cycle behaviour, depending upon the parameter (b) and the effective rate of increase of the population (lambda).

Single species population models

(2) by assuming that all individuals in a particular age class have the same birth and death rates (which may be time- and density-dependent), we reduce the normal integro-differential equations describing an age-structured population with overlapping generations to a set of coupled ordinary delay-differential equations which are readily integrated numerically.

Mathematical Analysis of a Single-Species Population Model in a

Sustainability in single-species population models

From the discrete to the continuous: Relationships and results for

(1) We develop a mathematically rigorous approach to modelling the effects of age structure, in which the life-history of a species is divided into age classes .

Continuous Population Models for Single Species - Springer

Mathematical Biology. 11: Single Species Population Models

(3) we illustrate the use of the formalism in the construction and analysis of two models of laboratory insect populations: a detailed model of nicholson's blowflies and a `strategic' model of larval competition intended to refine the design of experiments in progress on the dynamics of the indian meal-moth plodia interpunctella (hubner).

The Systematic Formulation of Tractable Single-Species Population

these are compared with the relationships predicted from two other models for density-dependence.