Michel De Lara

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Like many marine organisms, most coral reef fishes have a dispersive larval phase. The fate of this phase is of great concern for their ecology as it may determine population demography and connectivity. As direct study of the larval phase is difficult, we tackle the question of dispersion from an opposite point of view and study self-recruitment. In this(More)
Some monospecies age class models, as well as specific multi-species models (with so-called technical interactions), exhibit useful monotonicity properties. This paper deals with discrete time monotone bioeconomic dynamics in the presence of state and control constraints. In practice, these latter " acceptable configurations " represent production and(More)
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