Optimal foraging by zooplankton within patches: the case of Daphnia.

@article{Garcia2007OptimalFB,
  title={Optimal foraging by zooplankton within patches: the case of Daphnia.},
  author={Ricardo Franco Mendoza Garcia and Frank Moss and Ai Nihongi and J. Rudi Strickler and Sebastian G{\"o}ller and Udo Erdmann and Lutz Schimansky-Geier and Igor M. Sokolov},
  journal={Mathematical biosciences},
  year={2007},
  volume={207 2},
  pages={
          165-88
        }
}
The motions of many physical particles as well as living creatures are mediated by random influences or 'noise'. One might expect that over evolutionary time scales internal random processes found in living systems display characteristics that maximize fitness. Here we focus on animal random search strategies [G.M. Viswanathan, S.V. Buldyrev, S. Havlin, M.G.E. Da Luz, E.P. Raposo, H.E. Stanley, Optimizing the success of random searches, Nature 401 (1999) 911-914; F. Bartumeus, J. Catalan, U.L… CONTINUE READING

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