# Pielou e.c. 1969. an introduction to mathematical ecology

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Jul 03, 1970 Science 03 Jul 1970: Vol. 169, Issue 3940, pp. 4344 DOI:Pielou, E. C. An introduction to mathematical ecology. Wiley Interscience. John Wiley& Sons, New York 1969. VIII 286 S. , 32 Abb. , Preis 140 s pielou e.c. 1969. an introduction to mathematical ecology

WileyInterscience, New York, 1969. x 294 pp. , illus. 14. 95 We use cookies to make interactions with our website easy and meaningful, to better understand the use of our services, and to tailor

Sep 16, 2014 Introduction Maxtype difference equations stem from, for example, certain models in automatic control theory (see [1, 2). Although maxtype difference equations are relatively simple in form, it is, unfortunately, extremely difficult to understand thoroughly the behavior of their solutions, see, for example, [141 and the relevant references cited therein. Additional Physical Format: Print version: Pielou, E. C. , 1924Introduction to mathematical ecology. New York, WileyInterscience [1969 (DLC)**pielou e.c. 1969. an introduction to mathematical ecology** assumed binomial series birth and death canonical variates cells classes classification clumps coefficient collection consider constant contain coordinates covariance matrix curve death rates defined denote density described deterministic diffusion discrete distance diversity ecological ecologists equation equilibrium estimate example expected number Figure follows frequencies function