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Stable isotope evidence for trophic niche partitioning in a South African savanna rodent community
(Oxford University Press, 2015)
Abstract Species’ partitioning of resources remains one of the most integral components for understanding community assem-bly. Analysis of stable carbon and nitrogen isotopes in animal tissues has the potential to help ...
Multi-dynamics of travelling bands and pattern formation in a predator-prey model with cubic growth
(Springer Open, 2016)
We analyse a predator-prey model with cubic growth in which animal movement are incorporated. We focus on the behaviour of the bands of animals to understand the global dynamic of the system. Travelling waves analyses are ...
Optimal control intervention strategies using an n-patch waterborne disease model
Waterborne diseases are an important concern in public health, especially in communities with limited access to clean water. Diﬀer-ent community subpopulations can require diﬀerent copping strategies for the same diseases. ...