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The main article for this category is Population ecology.

Sections

Ecological connectivity

Microbial population biology

Polymorphism

  

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Age class structure

Behavioral sink

Biocapacity

Biological dispersal

Biological exponential growth

Birth rate

Carrying capacity

Charles Sutherland Elton

Colony collapse disorder

Community matrix

Competitive Lotka–Volterra equations

Consorms

Decline in amphibian populations

Delayed density dependence

Density dependence

Dispersal vector

Effective population size

Fenchel's Law

Floating population

Generalized Lotka–Volterra equation

Geographic range limit

Growth curve (biology)

Human overpopulation

Hyperbolic growth

Ideal free distribution

Immigration reduction in the United States

Irruptive growth

Isodar

Lee–Carter model

Leslie matrix

Life history theory

Logistic function

Malthusian growth model

Matrix population models

Metapopulation

Microbial population biology

Micromort (software)

Moran's theorem

Morisita's overlap index

Mortality rate

Natality in population ecology

One-child policy

Overconsumption

Overpopulation

Overpopulation in domestic pets

Overshoot (population)

Pest insect population dynamics

Physiological density

Pioneer organism

Polyphenism

Population

Population biology

Population density

Population dynamics

Population dynamics of fisheries

Population ecology

Population ethics

Population growth

Population momentum

Projections of population growth

Propagule pressure

R/K selection theory

Range (biology)

Refugium (population biology)

Regulating factors

Relative species abundance

Reproductive rights

Scaling pattern of occupancy

Species discovery curve

Species-area curve

Subnational rank

Survivorship curve

Two-child policy

Unseen species problem

White nose syndrome

World energy resources

Zero population growth

   

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KALW
Fri, 30 Jan 2015 08:07:30 -0800

The number of chronically hungry people in the world is over 800 million, yet developed countries are facing health challenges from rising rates of obesity. The growing problems of food security and water scarcity seem an issue of distribution rather ...

KALW

KALW
Fri, 30 Jan 2015 08:07:30 -0800

The number of chronically hungry people in the world is over 800 million, yet developed countries are facing health challenges from rising rates of obesity. The growing problems of food security and water scarcity seem an issue of distribution rather ...

Live Science

Live Science
Wed, 28 Jan 2015 11:52:30 -0800

Seasons come and season go, but to Jake Ferguson, the ebb and flow of resources that occur with seasonal change are rich with data that can be used to answer theoretical and applied questions in ecology. As a postdoctoral fellow at the National ...

Live Science

Live Science
Sun, 25 Jan 2015 21:48:45 -0800

A.P.: My research aims to improve the predictive power of theoretical population ecology. As human activities continue to alter environmental balances and nutrient cycles, it is becoming vital to understand how these changes can impact the environment.
 
OUPblog (blog)
Sat, 13 Dec 2014 00:37:30 -0800

He has published two books with Oxford University Press, including a recent 2nd edition of Methods in Comparative Plant Population Ecology, and Grasses and Grassland Ecology in 2009. Follow his tweets @davidjohngibson. Read his previous blog post.

BMC Pediatrics (blog)

BMC Pediatrics (blog)
Wed, 21 Jan 2015 00:02:58 -0800

Paul Sesink Clee, Matt Mitchell, and Katy Gonder are from the Gonder Lab at Drexel University, USA. They are the authors of three new articles published in BMC Evolutionary Biology that have revealed new insights into chimpanzees in Cameroon, including ...

The Guardian

The Guardian
Fri, 09 Jan 2015 03:09:37 -0800

Most are ignorant of population ecology, and the social behaviour of the animals they wish to "cull". Wolves are a social animal, and the ad hoc shooting of Wolves causes serious disruption to their social structure. In addition, losses to livestock by ...

Livemint

Livemint
Tue, 20 Jan 2015 11:41:15 -0800

New Delhi: K. Ullas Karanth, director for science, Asia, at the Wildlife Conservation Society in New York, is among the world's foremost authorities on tigers. His long-term research on prey-predator population ecology using camera traps to estimate ...
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