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R.B. Floyd,A.W. Sheppard,B.J. De Barro,AW Sheppard RB Floyd,PJ De Barro
CSIRO Publishing (January 1996)
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The history of the study of population regulation has been characterized by a wide diversity of opinions about its presence, causes and consequences (Nicholson and Bailey 1935, Andrewartha and Birch 1954, Hanski 1990, Murdoch 1994, Turchin 1995, den Boer and Reddingius 1996, Getz 1996). While it is certainly true that density-independent mechanisms (primarily disturbance ) can play a central role in the regulation of populations (Turchin 1995, Ritchie 1996, Huffaker et al.

Personal Name: De Barro, P. J. (Paul Joseph), 1963 . On this site it is impossible to download the book, read the book online or get the contents of a book. (Paul Joseph), 1963-. Rubrics: Population biology Ecology. The administration of the site is not responsible for the content of the site. The data of catalog based on open source database. All rights are reserved by their owners. Download book Frontiers of population ecology, .

Sheppard and P. De Barro (eds) Frontiers of Population Ecology. CSIRO Publishing, Melbourne, Australia, pp. 77–88. Doebeli, M. and Ruxton, . 1997) Evolution of dispersal rates in metapopulation models: branching and cyclic dynamics in phenotype space. Evolution 51(6), 1730–1741. CrossRefGoogle Scholar. aboratoire d'Ecologie et Sciences Nationale Supérieure Agronomique de RennesRennes CedexFrance. aculty of Biological SciencesUniversity of South BohemiaCeské BudejoviceCzech Republic.

Kingsland, S. E. (1996). Evolutionary theory and the foundations of population ecology: the work of A. Nicholson (1895–1969). In R. B. Floyd, A. W. Sheppard, & P. de Barro (Ed., Frontiers of population ecology (pp. 13–25). Canberra: CSIRO Publishing. Kohler, R. (2002). Chicago: University of Chicago Press. Langmuir, A. D. (1965). Newer surveillance methods in the control of communicable disease: developing concepts of surveillance.

Frontiers of Population Ecology. by R. Sheppard and P. De Barro (EDs). This is not a book for those with a casual interest, or for those looking for help with preparing a course on this topic.

Floyd, R. A. Sheppard, and P. De Barro, eds. 1996. Frontiers of population ecology. Elton and this book were persistent influences in population ecology. Find this resource: Hutchinson, G. 1978. CSIRO Publishing, Melbourne, Australia. Population densities of juvenile trout (Salmo trutta) in five upland streams and their effects upon growth, survival, and dispersal. Journal of Applied Ecology 30:759–771. Cross, F. and J. T. Collins. University of Kansas Museum of Natural History, Public Education Series No. University of Kansas, Lawrence, Kansas.

MORITZ, C. and . avery. Molecular ecology: Contributions from molecular genetics to population ecology. Pp. 433-450 in Frontiers of Population Ecology (eds. by . MORITZ, . Worthington-Wilmer, L. Pope, . Applications of genetics to the conservation and management of Australian fauna: four case studies from Queensland. P. 42-456 in Molecular Genetic Approaches in Conservation (ed. by T. Smith and R. K. Wayne), Oxford Univ. Sharp and C. MORITZ.

DR Paini, AW Sheppard, DC Cook, PJ De Barro, SP Worner, MB Thomas. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 113 (27), 7575-7579, 2016. CSIRO Australia Division of Entomology Technical Paper, 1995. Spatial and temporal genetic variation in British field populations of the grain aphid Sitobion avenae (. (Hemiptera: Aphididae) studied using rapd-pcr. PJ De Barro, TN Sherratt, CP Brookes, O David, N Maclean. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Science. 1995.

De Barro, eds. The Proceedings of the Nicholson Centenary Conference 1995. CSIRO Publishing, Canberra Possingham, H. (1997). State-dependent decision analysis for conservation biology

De Barro, eds. State-dependent decision analysis for conservation biology. In, S. Pickett, R. S. Ostfeld, M. Shachak & G. Likens (eds), The ecological. basis for conservation: heterogeneity, ecosystems and biodiversity. Chapman and Hall, New York. Possingham, H. Lindenmayer, D. & Norton T. (1993)

This book provides a contemporary view of the major issues facing ecologists and outlines some of the strengths and weaknesses of the current ecological framework and its utility in managing biological systems. It includes contributions from world experts, and looks at important themes including theoretical and experimental population ecology, the conservation of endangered species, the management of pests and the sustainable management of resources. The chapters deal with a wide range of organisms including plants, pathogens, insects, molluscs, birds, marine and terrestrial mammals. New technologies and approaches are also covered.