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## Quantitative Ecology

- Author : David C. Schneider
- Publisher :Unknown
- Release Date :2009-07-20
- Total pages :432
- ISBN : 0080925642

**Summary :** A follow-up to the highly successful first edition, this book reviews the manifold ways that scale influences the interpretation of ecological variation. As scale, magnitude, quantity, and measurement occupy an expanding role in ecology, this 2e will be an indispensable addition to individual and institutional libraries. In providing a context for resolution of ecological problems, ecologists will appreciate the significance of scale and magnitude addressed in this book. Written for advanced undergraduates, graduate students, and faculty researchers, this book synthesizes a burgeoning literature on the influences of scale. * Expanded by numerous explanatory figures and wide coverage of material * Topic is of crucial importance to ecologists * The most thorough, complete coverage available on quantitative ecology in the market

## How to be a Quantitative Ecologist

- Author : Jason Matthiopoulos
- Publisher :Unknown
- Release Date :2011-04-12
- Total pages :496
- ISBN : 1119991722

**Summary :** Ecological research is becoming increasingly quantitative, yet students often opt out of courses in mathematics and statistics, unwittingly limiting their ability to carry out research in the future. This textbook provides a practical introduction to quantitative ecology for students and practitioners who have realised that they need this opportunity. The text is addressed to readers who haven't used mathematics since school, who were perhaps more confused than enlightened by their undergraduate lectures in statistics and who have never used a computer for much more than word processing and data entry. From this starting point, it slowly but surely instils an understanding of mathematics, statistics and programming, sufficient for initiating research in ecology. The book’s practical value is enhanced by extensive use of biological examples and the computer language R for graphics, programming and data analysis. Key Features: Provides a complete introduction to mathematics statistics and computing for ecologists. Presents a wealth of ecological examples demonstrating the applied relevance of abstract mathematical concepts, showing how a little technique can go a long way in answering interesting ecological questions. Covers elementary topics, including the rules of algebra, logarithms, geometry, calculus, descriptive statistics, probability, hypothesis testing and linear regression. Explores more advanced topics including fractals, non-linear dynamical systems, likelihood and Bayesian estimation, generalised linear, mixed and additive models, and multivariate statistics. R boxes provide step-by-step recipes for implementing the graphical and numerical techniques outlined in each section. How to be a Quantitative Ecologist provides a comprehensive introduction to mathematics, statistics and computing and is the ideal textbook for late undergraduate and postgraduate courses in environmental biology. "With a book like this, there is no excuse for people to be afraid of maths, and to be ignorant of what it can do." —Professor Tim Benton, Faculty of Biological Sciences, University of Leeds, UK

## An Introduction to Quantitative Ecology

- Author : Robert W. Poole
- Publisher :Unknown
- Release Date :1974
- Total pages :532
- ISBN : UCSD:31822013042668

**Summary :** Primarily written for non-mathematically inclined biologist.

## Quantitative Ecology and Evolutionary Biology

- Author : Otso Ovaskainen,Henrik Johan de Knegt,Maria del Mar Delgado
- Publisher :Unknown
- Release Date :2016-09-01
- Total pages :352
- ISBN : 9780191024221

**Summary :** This novel, interdisciplinary text achieves an integration of empirical data and theory with the aid of mathematical models and statistical methods. The emphasis throughout is on spatial ecology and evolution, especially on the interplay between environmental heterogeneity and biological processes. The book provides a coherent theme by interlinking the modelling approaches used for different subfields of spatial ecology: movement ecology, population ecology, community ecology, and genetics and evolutionary ecology (each being represented by a separate chapter). Each chapter starts by describing the concept of each modelling approach in its biological context, goes on to present the relevant mathematical models and statistical methods, and ends with a discussion of the benefits and limitations of each approach. The concepts and techniques discussed throughout the book are illustrated throughout with the help of empirical examples. This is an advanced text suitable for any biologist interested in the integration of empirical data and theory in spatial ecology/evolution through the use of quantitative/statistical methods and mathematical models. The book will also be of relevance and use as a textbook for graduate-level courses in spatial ecology, ecological modelling, theoretical ecology, and statistical ecology.

## Quantitative Ecology and Marine Biology

- Author : Gerald J. Bakus
- Publisher :Unknown
- Release Date :1990
- Total pages :157
- ISBN : UCSD:31822005686795

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## Quantitative Ecology and the Brown Trout

- Author : John Malcolm Elliott
- Publisher :Unknown
- Release Date :1994
- Total pages :286
- ISBN : UCSD:31822016468688

**Summary :** This book provides, for the first time, a synthesis of quantitative information on the ecology of the brown trout, including seatrout, and comparisons with closely related species such as Atlantic salmon, Pacific salmon, and rainbow trout. Much of this work, especially the case studies, is relevant to general problems in quantitative animal ecology as well as to fisheries management. One theme emphasized throughout is the development, testing, and use of realistic mathematical models as important tools for consecration and management of fish and other animals. The first eight chapters deal with: the global success of the polytypic brown trout; growth and energetics; natural selection and genetic differences between individuals and populations; population dynamics of both adults and juveniles; and detailed case studies of one sea-trout population in the English Lake District. The ninth chapter highlights the main conclusions that can be drawn from the earlier chapters and identifies remaining major gaps in knowledge. This volume will be of interest to all students of population ecology and fish biology, and especially to biologists engaged in managing fisheries. Few books illustrate so well the value of long-term studies in ecology.

## Procedures for quantitative ecological assessments in intertidal environments

- Author : J. J. Gonor,P. F. Kemp
- Publisher :Unknown
- Release Date :1978
- Total pages :104
- ISBN : UCR:31210012791834

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## Quantitative Ecology of the Plankton of the Western North Atlantic

- Author : Gordon Arthur Riley,Henry M. Stommel,Dean Franklin Bumpus
- Publisher :Unknown
- Release Date :1949
- Total pages :169
- ISBN : OCLC:1209288

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## Quantitative Ecology

- Author : David C. Schneider
- Publisher :Unknown
- Release Date :1994-06-17
- Total pages :395
- ISBN : 9780080925639

**Summary :** Quantitative Ecology reviews the manifold ways that scale influences the interpretation of ecological variation. Ecologists recognize the significance of scale and magnitude in providing a context for resolution of ecological problems. Written for advanced undergraduates, graduate students, and faculty researchers, this book synthesizes a burgeoning literature on the influences of scale. As scale, magnitude, quantity, and measurement occupy an expanding role in ecology, Quantitative Ecology will be an indispensable addition to individual and institutional libraries.

## Quantitative Ecology and the Woodland Ecosystem Concept

- Author : J. D. Ovington
- Publisher :Unknown
- Release Date :1962
- Total pages :90
- ISBN : OCLC:435529824

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## A Bibliography of Quantitative Ecology

- Author : Vincent Schultz
- Publisher :Unknown
- Release Date :1976
- Total pages :361
- ISBN : 0879332549

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## The Quantitative Ecology of Pests and Diseases

- Author : Anonim
- Publisher :Unknown
- Release Date :1994
- Total pages :229
- ISBN : OCLC:1089253639

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## Quantitative Plant Ecology

- Author : Peter Greig-Smith
- Publisher :Unknown
- Release Date :1983-01-01
- Total pages :359
- ISBN : 0520050800

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## Quantitative Ecological Analysis in the Social Sciences

- Author : Mattei Dogan,Stein Rokkan
- Publisher :Unknown
- Release Date :1969
- Total pages :607
- ISBN : UOM:39015010396904

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## Quantitative Ecological Theory

- Author : M.R. Rose
- Publisher :Unknown
- Release Date :2012-12-06
- Total pages :250
- ISBN : 9789401165617

**Summary :** This is an inadvertent book, though it did arise naturally enough from a course I give in theoretical ecology. But I wouldn't have given the course at all if one colleague in my department hadn't left for a leave of absence, while another abruptly resigned. This propelled me to the fore where this teaching responsibility was concerned, one I had never had any intention of discharging. Then it turned out that one of my students was regularly unable to make half the classes. As a result, I began giving him my lecture notes each week. As I knew that someone else would be reading them, I began to write my notes more carefully. Naturally enough, the other students soon began to demand the notes too. Eventually they were indulged. Thus I found myself writing a textbook manuscript. By the next year, the students were handed all their notes in one package at the outset. But these were still just hand-written. Inevitably, the demand that they be typed arose. This I didn't want to do until I found a publisher. As it turned out, Tim Hardwick of Croom Helm was willing to have his firm fill this role, to my great satisfaction. • and his considerable frustration. I have been a desultory author about producing this final text, and can only express my gratitude for his enduring patience over more than 18 months of delays.

## A Quantitative Ecological Study of Selected Nearshore Marine Plants and Animals at the Diablo Canyon Power Plant Site

- Author : Anonim
- Publisher :Unknown
- Release Date :1984
- Total pages :726
- ISBN : UCSD:31822009617671

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## Quantitative Microbiology in Food Processing

- Author : Anderson de Souza Sant'Ana
- Publisher :Unknown
- Release Date :2017-02-06
- Total pages :696
- ISBN : 9781118756423

**Summary :** 14.5.3 Modified atmosphere packaging (MAP)

## Quantitative Ecology of the Phytobenthos of Two Ozark Streams

- Author : Neil Marshall Woomer
- Publisher :Unknown
- Release Date :1986
- Total pages :250
- ISBN : OCLC:15148222

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## The Theoretical Biologist's Toolbox

- Author : Marc Mangel
- Publisher :Unknown
- Release Date :2006-07-27
- Total pages :229
- ISBN : 9781139455862

**Summary :** Mathematical modelling is widely used in ecology and evolutionary biology and it is a topic that many biologists find difficult to grasp. In this new textbook Marc Mangel provides a no-nonsense introduction to the skills needed to understand the principles of theoretical and mathematical biology. Fundamental theories and applications are introduced using numerous examples from current biological research, complete with illustrations to highlight key points. Exercises are also included throughout the text to show how theory can be applied and to test knowledge gained so far. Suitable for advanced undergraduate courses in theoretical and mathematical biology, this book forms an essential resource for anyone wanting to gain an understanding of theoretical ecology and evolution.

## Developments in Numerical Ecology

- Author : Pierre Legendre,Louis Legendre
- Publisher :Unknown
- Release Date :2013-06-29
- Total pages :585
- ISBN : 9783642708800

**Summary :** From earlier ecological studies it has become apparent that simple univariate or bivariate statistics are often inappropriate, and that multivariate statistical analyses must be applied. Despite several difficulties arising from the application of multivariate methods, community ecology has acquired a mathematical framework, with three consequences: it can develop as an exact science; it can be applied operationally as a computer-assisted science to the solution of environmental problems; and it can exchange information with other disciplines using the language of mathematics. This book comprises the invited lectures, as well as working group reports, on the NATO workshop held in Roscoff (France) to improve the applicability of this new method numerical ecology to specific ecological problems.

## Patterns in the Balance of Nature and Related Problems in Quantitative Ecology

- Author : Carrington Bonsor Williams
- Publisher :Unknown
- Release Date :1964
- Total pages :324
- ISBN : UOM:39015004767037

**Summary :**