[Annelida] the origin of the term depensation - density dependence research

Salvador Herrando-Perez via annelida%40net.bio.net (by salvador.herrando-perez from adelaide.edu.au)
Sat Nov 29 20:14:21 EST 2008

Dear colleagues,


As part of an ongoing review on density-dependent population dynamics in the
ecological literature, which is part of my PhD, I am tracking the origin of
the term depensation, and have eventually landed on the paper by Neave
(1954). The item is not held by my library, I wonder whether you may have a
pdf copy of this paper. See full reference below.


Neave, F. 1954. Principles affecting the size of pink and chum salmon
populations in British Columbia. J. Fish. Res. Board Can. 9:450-491.


In passing, I should point out that my review shows that there are only 3
papers on polychaete density-dependent issues in the high IF ecological
literature from MEPS to Nature.


Thanks in advance for your support. Best regards,
<mailto:salvador.herrando-perez from adelaide.edu.au> Salva  


Salvador Herrando-Pérez 
School of Earth and Environmental Sciences, University of Adelaide, SA 5005,
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