Numerical and Statistical Quantifications of Biodiversity: Two-At-A-Time Equal Variations

Ekaka-A E. N. • Osahogulu D. J. • Atsu J. U. • Isibor L. A.

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Abstract

The ecological concept of biodiversity is a challenging environmental problem that requires a sound mathematical reasoning. We have used the method of a numerical simulation that is indexed by a numerical scheme to predict biodiversity loss and biodiversity gain due to a decreasing and increasing variations of the intrinsic growth rates together. The novel results that we have obtained that we have not seen elsewhere, but do complement other similar numerical predictions of biodiversity are presented and discussed quantitatively.

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International Journal of Advanced Engineering, Management and Science

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