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The first question in ecology: How many are there?


Kéry, M M M. The first question in ecology: How many are there? 2008, University of Zurich, Faculty of Science.

Abstract

This thesiss documents my scientific achievments during seven years (mid-2001 until mid-2008. It contains contributions to the demographic analysis of (1) single populations, (2) metapopulations and metacommunities and (2) to the principles of design and analysis of demographic field studies. Throughout my work, I have strived for a rigorously hierarchical view of my observations, i.e. I always try conceptually to segregate observations into contributions from the biological state process on the one hand, and of the observation process on the other.

This thesiss documents my scientific achievments during seven years (mid-2001 until mid-2008. It contains contributions to the demographic analysis of (1) single populations, (2) metapopulations and metacommunities and (2) to the principles of design and analysis of demographic field studies. Throughout my work, I have strived for a rigorously hierarchical view of my observations, i.e. I always try conceptually to segregate observations into contributions from the biological state process on the one hand, and of the observation process on the other.

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Item Type:Habilitation
Communities & Collections:07 Faculty of Science > Institute of Evolutionary Biology and Environmental Studies
Dewey Decimal Classification:570 Life sciences; biology
590 Animals (Zoology)
Language:English
Date:2008
Deposited On:14 Oct 2009 09:12
Last Modified:05 Apr 2016 13:30

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