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"The e-book … supplies a good thumbnail background of ecological modeling. it may be learn through all of the audiences and, certainly, via someone attracted to ecological modeling. it's going to be required examining in all graduate and undergraduate modeling classes. … all of the chapters … supply very good bibliographies. The sum of all sixteen bibliographies by myself is maybe worth the fee of the ebook, specifically for modelers and scholars of modeling." (Karl Albert Beres, ordinary parts magazine, Vol. 25 (3), 2005)
"This well-edited quantity provides a set of sixteen papers caused by a symposium held at Oak Ridge, Tennessee in October 2000. … the focus is on ecological modelling for the general public area within the united states, specifically at the difficulties of devising and utilizing versions for environmental legislation and for the administration of public lands. … it may be advised to experts as a resource book." (Bulletin of the British Ecological Society, Vol. 34 (4), 2003)
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To evaluate and compare wolf control strategies, Haight and Mech (1997) used the wolf population model to predict the effects of both vasectomy and removal on the trends of a small, disjunct population. The hypothetical population occupied a landscape composed of a maximum of 16 wolf territories equally divided between core (20% annual mortality rate) and peripheral (35% annual mortality rate) ranges. The wolf management strategies included periodic sterilization of all breeding males, sterilization of fertile males caught in a random-trapping design, and various wolf removal designs.
Ecological Modeling for Resource Management by Virginia H. Dale (auth.), Virginia H. Dale (eds.)