Dynamics of Large Herbivore Populations in Changing Environments: Towards Appropriate Models
February 2010, Wiley-Blackwell
CHAPTER 1: DEFINITIVE CASE STUDIES (N Owen-Smith and J Marshal).
CHAPTER 2: THE SUITE OF POPULATION MODELS (N Owen-Smith).
CHAPTER 3: CLIMATIC INFLUENCES AND TEMPERATE - TROPICAL CONTRASTS (N Owen-Smith).
CHAPTER 4: DEMOGRAPHIC PROCESSES: LESSONS FROM LONG-TERM INDIVIDUAL-BASED STUDIES (J-M Gaillard, M Festa-Bianchet, and T Coulson).
CHAPTER 5: IRRUPTIVE DYNAMICS AND VEGETATION INTERACTIONS (J Gross, IJ Gordon and N Owen-Smith).
CHAPTER 6: HOW DOES LANDSCAPE HETEROGENEITY SHAPE POPULATION DYNAMICS? (NT Hobbs and IJ Gordon).
CHAPTER 7: TOWARDS AN ECOLOGY OF POPULATION DYNAMICS (N Owen-Smith).
"It will be useful for any graduate student aiming to work on ungulates, and chapters 2 and 4, in particular, will be of very general interest to anyone working on population dynamics." (British Ecological Society, 1 March 2011)