Optimal control applied to native-invasive population dynamics.


This article presents a model for population interactions between an invasive and a native species, where the effect of disturbance in the system (such as flooding) is modeled as a control variable in the growth terms. The motivating example is cottonwood-salt cedar competition, with flooding being detrimental at low and high levels and being advantageous… (More)
DOI: 10.1080/17513750701605556

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