Systems Ecology: A Course Sequence in Mathematical Ecology
Bernard C. Patten
Vol. 16, No. 9 (Sep., 1966), pp. 593-598
Page Count: 6
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An experimental course in mathematical ecology at the University of Tennessee is described. Applied statistics is not emphasized, the objectives being to develop: (1) appreciation for natural affinities between ecology and mathematics, (2) familiarity with techniques of systems analysis, and (3) skill in the use of analog and digital computers.
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