January 7, 2015

Mathematical modeling has become central to much of biology and related sciences, to the extent that ecosystem studies that omit to describe a model of their phenomena of interest might even seem underdeveloped. The power of well-constructed models hardly needs defending--their ability to provide a vivid sense of what is going on in a complex situation is felt intuitively. To read more, click here.

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