# Nonlinear demographic dynamics: mathematical models, statistical methods, and biological experiments'

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...A framework for incorporating density dependence exists for animal models (Dennis et al. 1995, Vonesh and De la Cruz 2002), so incorporating positive density dependence from variation in pollination into plant-population models should be relatively straightforward (see also Morris and Doak 2002)....

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...The basic approach converts the deterministic models of ecology textbooks into statistical analysis tools by incorporating into the models terms representing the ubiquitous stochastic forces affecting populations (Dennis et al. 1995, Hilborn and Mangel 1997, Ives et al. 2003, Turchin 2003)....

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...When process noise is added on the logarithmic scale, a model of environmental variability is produced (Dennis et al. 1995)....

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