A Biologist's Guide to Mathematical Modeling in Ecology and Evolution

May 22, 2008

Authors Sarah Otto and Troy Day. Edition First. Publisher Princeton University Press. Pages 752. Price £38.95. ISBN 9780691123448.

A great introduction to the application of mathematical techniques to ecological and evolutionary biology that provides examples, exercises and primers to equip today's biologists.

Who is it for? All those interested in understanding the application of maths to ecology and evolution.

Presentation - Set out as a series of clear and lucid chapters.

Would you recommend it? Yes. It provides a comprehensive introduction to the application of mathematics to ecological sciences.

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