15 SIR + Population Regulation 10-19-09

15 SIR + Population Regulation 10-19-09 - Ecology 203...

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Unformatted text preview: 10/19/2009 Ecology 203 Overview Geographic Distributions Populations Communities Ecosystems Applications Gregg Hartvigsen Populations Population parameters (C8) Population growth (C9) Competition (C10) Predation (C11) Herbivory and Mutualism (C12) Disease and Parasitism (C13) Regulation of Populations (C14) Harvesting Populations (C15) Pest Control (C16) Conservation Biology (C17) 1 10/19/2009 Brucellosis Krebs Figure 13-9 SIR Using R 2 10/19/2009 Populations Population parameters (C8) Population growth (C9) Competition (C10) Predation (C11) Herbivory and Mutualism (C12) Disease and Parasitism (C13) Regulation of Populations (C14) Harvesting Populations (C15) Pest Control (C16) Conservation Biology (C17) Figure 14-1 3 10/19/2009 r = 0.19 (SE = 0.013) r = 0.615 (SE = 0.013) K = 155.9 (SE = 9.91) 4 10/19/2009 Yellowstone wolf pups (1995 – 2007) 5 10/19/2009 Seroprevalence of CPV and distemper in wolves Intrinsic and Extrinsic Regulating Factors 6 10/19/2009 Age Structure and Population Dynamics Key Factor Analysis = using life table data to determine which life stage most strongly affects population ff dynamics. Experimental Analysis = analyzing the population data to assess the strength of population regulation. Goal = determine which life stage is most important. k = ln(Nstage i) – ln(Nstage i+1) R.I.P. k1 k2 k3 k4 7 10/19/2009 8 ...
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This note was uploaded on 07/11/2010 for the course BIO 209 taught by Professor Hartvigsen during the Spring '09 term at SUNY Geneseo.

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