"The capacity for growth is a measure of the success of a population of a species. Because there are so many interactions between individuals and the environment, measuring how well populations grow is often complex. Population biologists frequently use mathematical growth models to help them study real populations. Population models might seem like all theory and math, but they help us understand real ecological systems in simpler terms. They are used for testing theories, making...
Wendy Jo Levenson onto InterLACE