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Sustaining agricultural systems requires the ability to predict approaching extinction. Thus a suitable model needs to generate predictability as an intrinsic attribute. [...]
1994 | Working or Discussion Paper |
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The use of chemical pesticides frequently causes minor pests to become serious problems by disturbing the natural controls that keep them in check. As a result, it is po [...]
1990-04 | Journal Article |
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Concern about sustaining agriculture stems from the growing realization that deficiencies in meeting the social, economic and ecospheric purposes of agriculture may jeopa [...]
1991 | Working or Discussion Paper |
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Ecosystems involve interspecies interactions that can be influenced by human interventions. Prior work shows interventions that ignore these interactions cause efficienc [...]
2012 | Conference Paper/ Presentation |
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We propose a simple theory of predatory pricing, based on scale economies and sequential buyers (or markets). The entrant (or prey) needs to reach a critical scale to be [...]
2010-02 | Working or Discussion Paper |
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Laboratory studies were carried out to assess the effects of feeding on different prey species either individually or in a sequential combination, on the development, sur [...]
2014 | Conference Paper/ Presentation |
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