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Predator - Prey Dynamics - Rats and Snakes (Lotka Volterra Simulation)
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Assignment:

 

  1. In the year 2009, the population of Amur tiger and Red deer were 46 and 10050 respectively, in the Amur region i.e.; the region between Russian Far East and Northern China. Alarmed by the data collected, an environmentalist approaches an ecologist to understand the population dynamics of Amur tiger and Red deer after 100 years, so that the department can analyze the pattern and get a better understanding of the Ecology of the Amur region; also if required to think about necessary measures that need to be considered to maintain the natural pattern. How can the ecologists, predict the variation in population with the help of our simulator, as he learns from a literature survey that this Predator-Prey relationship is hardly interfered by other complex factors?
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  3. The following table represents leopard and sloth bear population in different regions of a recently discovered Island near the Bermuda triangle during 2009!! Predict the population dynamics of both after 500 years. The study also suggested that this was one of the rare examples of a 'pure' predator-prey relationship

 

 

Leopard

Sloth bear

Region1

376

5467

Region2

149

2095

Region3

347

4095

Region4

255

4323

Region5

131

2640

  

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