International conference on mathematical ecology

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- Robert ADLER (Technion, Israel)

Why do plankton cells aggregate: a view from superprocesses.

- Philippe CURY (Institut de Recherche pour le Développement, France)

Diversity: Future Challenge for modelling in fisheries Oceanography

- André M. de ROOS (University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands)

The influence of size-dependent life history traits on the structure and dynamics of populations and communities

- Lev GINZBURG (University of Stony Brook, USA)

Ecological Orbits. How planets move and populations grow

- Louis GROSS (University of Tennessee, USA)

Linking mathematics and field biology through computational ecology

- Yoh IWASA (University of Kyushu, Japan)

Extinction Risk Estimate for a Density Dependent Population, and an Application to Ecological Risk Estimate of Toxic Chemicals with Examples of DDT to Herring Gull and Sparrowhawk

- Mathew KEELING (University of Warwick, UK)

Understanding local structure in epidemics: Networks and pair-wise approximations.

- Bob KOOI (Free University Amsterdam, The Netherlands)

Food web models as dynamical systems

- Michel LANGLAIS (University of Bordeaux, France)

Structured population dynamics problems with spatial migration: applications to heterogeneous insular populations.

- Mark WOOLHOUSE (University of Edinburgh, UK)

Modelling infectious diseases of livestock.

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