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2015, Volume: 36, Issue Number: 3 Workers Risks, Perceptions and Attitude: Implications to Sao-Hill Forest Plantation Management Abstract
J.M. Abdallah, S. Mawinda
2011, Volume 22, Number S11 A Causal study between CO2 Emissions, Electricity Consumption and GDP in India Abstract
I. Krishna Murthy
2010, Volume 16, Number W10 A Class of Stochastic Predation Ecosystems with Nonlinear Predation Rates and Closed-form Densities Abstract
David W. K. Yeung
2016, Volume: 37, Issue Number: 2 A Comparative Study on Population and Employment Risks in Vulnerable Countries to Climate Change Abstract
Meltem Okur Dincsoy
2012, Volume: 27, Issue Number: 4 A delay differential equation model of a vector borne disease with direct transmission Abstract
Abid Ali Lashari, Khalid Hattaf, Gul Zaman
2008, Volume 11, Number S08 A Dynamic Analysis of Trade and Biodiversity Loss in Semi-arid Southern Africa: The Role of Grazing Activities Abstract
J. K. A. Benhin, R. M Hassan
2015, Volume: 36, Issue Number: 3 A Dynamic Reaction Model of A Prey-Predator System Incorporating a Constant Prey Refuge Abstract
Uttam Das, Srabani Guria, T.K. Kar, U. K. Pahari
2006, Volume 5, Number 2 (S06) A General Model of Social Dilemmas Abstract
Robert Gifford
2012, Volume: 25, Issue Number: 2 A Mathematical Model for Dengue Disease with Saturation and Bilinear Incidence Abstract
Manju Agarwal, Vinay Verma
2014, Volume: 32, Issue Number: 1 A method to estimate the livestock-related benefits of targeted predator management relative to sport hunting Abstract
Aaron Anderson, Stephanie A. Shwiff
2010, Volume 16, Number W10 A Nonlinear Predator-Prey System in Deterministic and Stochastic Environment Abstract
Alakes Maiti, A. K. Pal, G. P. Samanta
2006, Volume 4, Number 1 (W06) A Normative Justification of Roefie Hueting's Sustainable National Income Abstract
Peter Stauvermann
2016, Volume: 37, Issue Number: 1 A novel predictor for disease-genes based on combination use of topological features in human protein-protein interaction network Abstract
Xi-qiang Zhao, Hong-hong Feng
2014, Volume: 35, Issue Number: 4 A Quantitative Comparison of Mortality Models: Empirical Evidence Abstract
Ranjana Kesarwani
2007, Volume 9, Number F07 A shape domain estimation for the heat equation Abstract
Kebir Chaji, Mohammed El Bagdouri
2015, Volume: 36, Issue Number: 1 A Statistical Approach to the Evaluation and Modelling Of Contamination in an Agro-Ecosystem Abstract
S. Taibi-Hassani, P. Lepelletier, A. Blot, J.C. Thoisy-Dur
2016, Volume: 37, Issue Number: 1 A Statistical Assessment of Whitened-PCA/SVD under variable Environmental Constraints Abstract
L. Asiedu, F. Oduro, A.O. Adebanji, F.O. Mettle
2008, Volume 10, Number W08 A Stochastic Model for the Population Dynamics of Budding Yeast Abstract
Mounir Aout
2012, Volume: 25, Issue Number: 2 A study on perceptions of forestry development in Argentina Abstract
Eloisa Mussat, Pablo Laclau
2015, Volume: 36, Issue Number: 1 A Two Species Amensalism Model with Time Delay Abstract
Sita Rambabu B., Lakshmi Narayan K., Shahnaz Bathul
2011, Volume 23, Number F11 A Unified View of Production, Recycling and Natural Resource Conservation: The Production and Recycling Function Abstract
Francisco J. ANDRÉ, Emilio CERDÁ
2009, Volume 14, Number P09 Achieving Economic and Ecological Resilience through Natural Resource Management Abstract
Ram Ranjan
2011, Volume 21, Number P11 Agro-environmental Indicators and Land Quality in the Mediterranean Basin: a Preliminary Analysis Abstract
L. Salvati, Sofia Bajocco, A. Sabbi, M. Zitti
2012, Volume: 27, Issue Number: 4 An Aggregated Model for Optimal Harvesting of Fish Abstract
Edgar Otumba, Henry Mwambi, Fredrick Onyango
2013, Volume: 30, Issue Number: 3 An Alternative for the Proportional Hazards Model: Using Accelerated Failure Time Model for the Destructive Earthquake Analysis in Turkey Abstract
N. Ata, G. Özel
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