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by Mark Burgman,Scott Ferson

eBook Quantitative Methods for Conservation Biology epub
  • ISBN: 0387943226
  • Author: Mark Burgman,Scott Ferson
  • Genre: Science
  • Subcategory: Mathematics
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Springer; 1 edition (May 25, 2000)
  • Pages: 322 pages
  • ePUB size: 1448 kb
  • FB2 size 1753 kb
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Quantitative methods are needed in conservation biology more than ever as an increasing number of threatened species find their way onto international and national red lists.

Quantitative methods are needed in conservation biology more than ever as an increasing number of threatened species find their way onto international and national red lists. Objective evaluation of population decline and extinction probability are required for sound decision making. eBook 96,29 €. price for Russian Federation (gross).

Quantitative methods are needed in conservation biology more than ever as an increasing number of threatened . Scott Ferson, Mark Burgman. Yet, as our colleague Selina Heppell points out, population viability analysis and other forms of formal risk assessment are underused in policy formation because of data uncertainty and a lack of standardized methodologies and unambiguous criteria (i. e., rules of thumb ).

Автор: Ferson Scott, Burgman Mark Название: Quantitative Methods .

DEA analysis method is one which studies whether a multiple element input and multiple output system is relatively effective may regard a. .

DEA analysis method is one which studies whether a multiple element input and multiple output system is relatively effective may regard an enterprise as a system with input of asset element and output of quality benefit. This article employed a quantitative method to discuss asset quality evaluation based on DEA Model by irrationally selecting asset element input indexes and quality benefit output indexes.

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Start by marking Quantitative Methods for Conservation Biology as Want to Read . Now reprinted in softcover, the book remains of great interest to graduate students and practicing biologists working in conservation biology, ecology, and natural resources.

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Quantitative methods are needed in conservation biology more than ever as an increasing number of threatened species find their way onto international and national "red lists.

The ones marked may be different from the article in the profile. S Ferson, WL Oberkampf, L Ginzburg. Human and Ecological Risk Assessment: An International Journal 2 (4), 990-1007, 1996. Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering 197 (29-32), 2408-2430, 2008. Sensitivity analysis for models of population viability. MA McCarthy, MA Burgman, S Ferson. Biological conservation 73 (2), 93-100, 1995.

This is one of the first books to review the quantitative tools used in the study of such subjects as biodiversity, resource management, and endangered species preservation. The topics covered include population viability analysis, population dynamics, metapopulation models, estimating risks and timing of extinctions, quasi-extinction, recovery dynamics, land use, population genetics and the genetics of bottleneck populations. Now reprinted in softcover, the book remains of great interest to graduate students and practicing biologists working in conservation biology, ecology, and natural resources.
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