|Statement||edited by John Proops, Paul Safonov.|
|Series||Current issues in ecological economics|
|Contributions||Proops, John L. R., 1947-, Safonov, Paul.|
|LC Classifications||HC79.E5 M626 2005|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2004058449|
The book originated from a web-based lecture course on modeling and can be used as a textbook for students specializing in ecological economics or bio-economics. Traditional ecological models are generally out of scope of the book, however the Lotka-Volterra predator-prey model is discussed in details as an example of a modeling by: This book focuses on modelling in ecological economics and offers a comprehensive overview of current and emerging methods of applying mathematical, computational and conceptual methods to environmental issues. Following a detailed introduction, the authors investigate various modelling techniques including. Systems Science and Modeling for Ecological Economics shows how models can be analyzed using simple math and software to generate meaningful qualitative descriptions of system dynamics. This book shows that even without a full analytical, mathematically rigorous analysis of the equations, there may be ways to derive some qualitative understanding of the general behavior of a : $ models can be analyzed using simple math and software to generate meaningful qualitative descriptions of system dynamics t1 systems science and modeling for ecological economics also as e book au voinov a n1 once you have downloaded an ebook you need to open it once while you are connected to your network in order to activate the time stamp after you have opened it once you can .
Just such a model is presented in Chapter Nine. The book should also serve as a stepping-stone both to advanced mathematical works like Stability of Biological Communities by Yu. M. Svirezhev and D. O. Logofet (Mir, Moscow, ) and to advanced modeling texts like Freshwater Ecosystems by M. Straskraba and A. H. Gnauch (Elsevier, Amsterdam, ). the world. The principal example in the first two parts of the book is a macroeconomic model of the USA. The title, The Craft of Economic Modeling, emphasizes that the book does not stop with the theory or even with a few examples. Rather, it leads the reader directly into practice, for it is. The book is divided into four parts; part one discusses the creation of an ecological economics, the second part considers material and energy flows in ecological and economic systems, part three surveys dynamic ecological and economic systems modelling and analysis and the final part explores the role of institutions and incentives in environmental protection. ecological modeling. A small data set on seed removal illustrates the three most common frameworks for statistical modeling in ecology: frequentist, likelihood-based, and Bayesian. The chapter also reviews what you should know to get the most out .
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