Term of Award
Master of Science in Applied Mathematics
Document Type and Release Option
Thesis (restricted to Georgia Southern)
Department of Mathematics
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Committee Member 2
The spread of any disease in a predator-prey ecology may completely alter the character of the community. Changes within the ecology depend not only upon the original relationship between the predator and the prey, but also on how the disease affects each species. The evolution of the ecologic structure will be studied through the analysis of mathematical models for two different types of predator-prey relationships. Epidemiological interpretations of the analysis will be discussed.
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Scott, Karen Lou, "Temporal Dynamics of Epizootics in Predator-Prey Models" (1994). Legacy ETDs. 854.