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Different scales of spatial segregation of two species of feather mites on the wings of a passerine birdDownload
The \"condition-specific competition hypothesis\" proposes that coexistence of 2 species is possible when spatial or temporal variations in environmental conditions exist and each species responds differently to those conditions. The distribution of different species of feather mites on their...
Multiple carnivore species can have greater population limiting effects than single carnivores. Two coexisting carnivores can only be similar up to a certain extent. I investigate how two carnivores, wolves (Canis lupus) and cougars (Puma concolor), coexist through niche partitioning in the...
Most of the fundamental elements of ecology, ranging from individual behavior to species abundance, diversity, and population dynamics, exhibit spatial variation. Partial differential equation models provide a means of melding organism movement with population processes and have been used...
River ecosystems are the prime example of environments where unidirectional flow influences the dispersal of individuals. Spatial patterns of community composition and species replacement emerge from complex interplays of hydrological, geochemical, biological, and ecological factors. Local...
Statistical analysis of multiuser and narrowband interference and superior system designs for impulse radio ultra-wide bandwidth wirelessDownload
Ultra-wide bandwidth (UWB) wireless is a fast emerging technology which exploits major advances and offers unprecedented opportunity to impact wireless communications. In UWB systems, several users should coexist viably in the same coverage area. The multiuser interference (MUI) caused by...