- Title Pages
Chapter 1Adaptive Individuals and Population Ecology
Chapter 2Case Study: Modeling Trout Population Response to River Management
Chapter 3Introduction to State-and Prediction-Based Theory
Chapter 4A First Example: Forager Patch Selection
Chapter 5A Second Example: Vertical Migration and Reproductive Effort in Daphnia
Chapter 6Example Three: Temporal Patterns in Limpet Foraging
Chapter 7Example Four: Facultative Anadromy in Salmonid Fishes
Chapter 8Guidance for Using State-and Prediction-Based Theory
Chapter 9Testing and Refining State-and Prediction-Based Theory
Chapter 10Building Model Credibility
Chapter 11Empirical Research on Populations of Adaptive Individuals
Chapter 12Conclusions and Outlook
- Monographs in Population Biology
- Modeling Populations of Adaptive Individuals
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