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Birth-and-death Markov processes in spatial ecology

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We will present recent results in the study of some individual based models (IBMs) in spatial ecology. These models are based on birth-and-death processes in the continuum. In particular, continuous contact processes, Bolker-Pacala as well as Dieckmann-Law ecological IBMs will be discussed.

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