SEVEN PRACTICAL CONSEQUENCES
- Ecological Orbits
- Oxford University Press
There are practical consequences for the debate over the appropriate mathematical model of population growth. This chapter outlines a few of the possible applications of the inertial model. It suggests that some of the failures in conservation management may be due, in part, to a failure to appreciate the inertial nature of population growth and decline. The chapter also reflects on the relationship between theoretical and applied ecology.
conservation planning, inertial population growth, risk analysis, evolution, theoretical ecology, applied ecology
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