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October 31, 2023

Topical Collection on Population Dynamics in Honor of Glenn Webb

Populations are ubiquitous in nature. All natural beings and natural phenomena can be viewed as populations. A central feature of all populations is their dynamic capacity – their ability to change. The understanding of population dynamics requires mathematical description, mathematical formulation, and mathematical analysis. These mathematical requirements have been central in the history of science. The goal of this special volume is to collect a series of articles covering various aspects of population dynamics, such as epidemiology, ecology, cell population dynamics, cancer as well as others arising naturally in population dynamics. Learn more at: