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User:CharlotteLee

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Name
Charlotte Lee
Affiliation
Duke Univ.
Email address
charlotte.t.lee@duke.edu

Biography

Charlotte Lee uses mathematical and computer modeling to study the nonlinear dynamics of structured populations. Most biologicalpopulations exhibit age, stage, size, or other structure, and most ecological interactions (between individuals, betweenspecies, or with the environment) ultimately involve nonlinearity, so very many interesting ecological problems includeboth. Her major research directions are 1) studying feedbacks between consumers and their resources and 2) understanding the interplay between preindustrial human populations and their environments

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  1. Population and the Environment: Analytical Demography and Applied Population Ethics/Co-evolution of population and environment - environment, food supply & demography

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  1. Population and the Environment: Analytical Demography and Applied Population Ethics