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Consumer-Resource Dynamics (MPB-36)
William W. Murdoch, Cheryl J. Briggs, & Roger M. Nisbet

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"Consumer-Resource Dynamics is an important book that fills a significant void in the field of theoretical ecology. It brings together the seemingly disparate components of consumer-resource theory under a unifying framework, successfully tackles the challenge of developing models that are both general and testable, and makes complicated mathematical theory accessible to the more empirical minded ecologist. Unlike most books in the field, it presents new theory and new insights, and suggests new empirical directions to pursue. Very well written, it will find a wide audience, from theorists to empiricists, from students to professors, and from basic scientists to applied researchers. It will provide food for thought even to those who are experts in the field."--Priyanga Amarasekare, University of Chicago

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