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Towards a Movement Ecology: Modeling the Behavioral Response of Invasive Snails to Resources and Competition.

@inproceedings{Snider2008TowardsAM,
  title={Towards a Movement Ecology: Modeling the Behavioral Response of Invasive Snails to Resources and Competition.},
  author={Sunny B. Snider},
  year={2008}
}
  • Sunny B. Snider
  • Published 2008
  • Biology
  • SNIDER, SUNNY BROOKE. Towards a Movement Ecology: Modeling the Behavioral Response of Invasive Snails to Resources and Competition. (Under the direction of James F. Gilliam.) The movement of individuals is one of the fundamental components of contemporary ecological problems such as metapopulation theory, epidemic models, competitive coexistence, and invasion dynamics. Advection-diffusion models, sometimes with a reaction term, have been usefully applied to such problems. For this dissertation… CONTINUE READING

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