Population Dynamics in a Changing Environment: Random versus Periodic Switching

27 Jul 2020 Taitelbaum Ami West Robert Assaf Michael Mobilia Mauro

Environmental changes greatly influence the evolution of populations. Here, we study the dynamics of a population of two strains, one growing slightly faster than the other, competing for resources in a time-varying binary environment modeled by a carrying capacity switching either randomly or periodically between states of abundance and scarcity... (read more)

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