Project level: PhD, Masters, Honours

Dynamical systems play a crucial role in modelling and decision making in complex ecosystems. The aim of this honours project is to investigate the use of advanced analytical and computational dynamical systems methods in a range of models, currently used to make recommendations to natural ecosystem managers. A particular challenge is to devise new ways to deal with systems without stable equilibria, with the goal of incorporating these in a realistic management framework. This is a joint project with Eve McDonald-Madden, from the School of Geography, Planning and Environmental Management.

Project members

Dr Cecilia Gonzalez Tokman