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by Akira Ōkubo

eBook Diffusion and ecological problems: Mathematical models (Biomathematics ; v. 10) download ISBN: 0387096205
Author: Akira Ōkubo
Publisher: Springer-Verlag (1980)
Language: English
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Category: Math Sciences
Subcategory: Biological Sciences

Biomathematics 1. Springer-Verlag, Berlin, Heidelberg et New York 1980, XIII+254pp.

Biomathematics 1. Authors and affiliations.

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Akira Ōkubo Diffusion and ecological problems: Mathematical models (Biomathematics ; v. 10). ISBN 13: 9780387096209. Diffusion and ecological problems: Mathematical models (Biomathematics ; v. Akira Ōkubo. Publisher: Springer-Verlag, 1980.

At a range of more than 20 years, Okubo’s ‘Diffusion and Ecological Problems’ still stands like a mighty . The text is both clear and mathematically rigorous.

The text is both clear and mathematically rigorous.

from book Diffusion and ecological problems: Modern perspectives. The mathematical treatment of the essential problem of ecology, the investigation of the interrelations between the distribution and quantity of organisms and their environment, has come into existence only recently. The remarks of Pielou (1969) in her book, An Introduction to Mathematical Ecology, merit consideration: The fact that ecology is essentially a mathematical subject is becoming ever more widely accepted. One should not, however, draw the conclusion that mathematical ecology, as a subject, is a unified whole; far from it.

Many useful examples of models of processes in the ecosystem are shown, .

16, 1981 Bookrev iews A. OKUBO DIFFUS ION AND ECOLOGICAL PROBLEMS: MATHEMATICAL MODELS Biomathematics 10. - Springer-Verlag, Berlin . Many useful examples of models of processes in the ecosystem are shown, . the diffusion of CO2 within plant canopies, diffusion of nutrient in the sea, and fluid exchange in animal burrows. A separate chapter is devoted to chemical communication (. lt;/p

Diffusion and Ecological Problems: Mathematical Models. Byron J. T. Morgan, Akira Ōkubo. We compared a variety of models for the analysis of data on the wind dispersal of seeds and pollen. Dispersal distances from a source depend upon such factors as settling velocity, height of release. More).

Akira kubo and I were students together, but never knew it at the time

Akira kubo and I were students together, but never knew it at the time. He was a graduate student at The ohns Hopkins niversity, where I was an undergraduate in mathematics. e both studied modern physics, taught by Dino Franco asetti, and we decided years later that we must have been in the same class. Akira was then a chemical oceanographer, but ship time and his stomach did not agree.

Diffusion and Ecological Problems: Modern Perspectives Okubo Akira, Levin Smon A. Springer 9780387986760 : This book surveys a wide variety of mathematical models of diffusion in the ecologica. Оглавление: 1 Introduction: The Mathematics of Ecological Diffusion 2 The Basics of Diffusion 3 Passive Diffusion in Ecosystems 4 Diffusion of "Smell" and "Taste": Chemical Communication 5 Mathematical Treatment of Biological Diffusion 6 Some Examples of Animal Diffusion 7 The Dynamics of Animal Grouping 8 Animal Movements in Home Range 9 Patchy Distribution and Diffusion 10 Population Dynamics in Temporal and Spatial Domains .