Economic Control of Ecological Populations
The main theme of this book involves a discussion of a specific field of the economic-ecological interaction — a rational exploitation of biological communities (populations). Many important practical issues such as environmental protection, rational consumption of biotic resources, increasing agriculture productivity, fishing and cattle-breeding, are involved in the exploitation of ecological populations. Mathematical modeling is used for preventing negative ecological consequences and obtaining a maximal economic profit of the exploitation under minimal expenditures with certain natural and economic restrictions fulfilled.
KeywordsControl Problem Ecological Population Biological Community Optimal Exploitation Economic Control
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