From Jack the Ripper to epidemiology and ecology

From Jack the Ripper to epidemiology and ecology


Steven C Le Comber, Mark D Stevenson

Trends in Ecology and Evolution (2012/4/9) 27(6):307

In many areas of biology – for example invasion biology, dispersal and epidemiology – understanding the ways in which animals, plants or pathogens spread outwards from a central source is of considerable interest. Models of these processes are both common and highly sophisticated [1], and can be used to generate risk maps in epidemiology, or to predict the effect of global climate change on the spread of invasive species. In all of these fields, though, much less attention is paid to models that run backwards in time, using …


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DOI: 10.1016/j.tree.2012.03.004

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