The frequency spectrum of structured discrete time population models: its properties and their ecological implications

@inproceedings{Greenman2005TheFS,
  title={The frequency spectrum of structured discrete time population models: its properties and their ecological implications},
  author={J. V. Greenman and Tim G Benton},
  year={2005}
}
Much research effort has been devoted to the study of the interaction between environmental noise and discrete time nonlinear dynamical systems. A large part of this effort has involved numerical simulation of simple unstructured models for particular ranges of parameter values. While such research is important in encouraging discussion of important ecological issues it is often unclear how general are the conclusions reached. However, by restricting attention to weak noise it is possible to… CONTINUE READING

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