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Population Dynamics. Characteristics of Populations Factors Limiting Populations Human Populations.

Population Dynamics

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Population Dynamics

Characteristics of Populations

Factors Limiting Populations

Human Populations

http://filipinofreethinkers.org/wp-content/uploads/2011/12/Philippine-Lugaw-Line.jpg, http://www.pensoft.net/J_FILES/1/articles/2447/export.php_files/ZooKeys-200-001-g007.jpg, http://farm6.staticflickr.com/5191/7238292574_47bdff313f.jpg

http://phycology.mlml.calstate.edu/images/Canopy.jpg, http://bioweb.uwlax.edu/bio203/s2008/bluske_brit/yawning.jpg

Characteristic # 1

- Geographic distribution or range
- Area inhabited by a population
“The Philippine tarsier (Tarsiussyrichta) is endemic to the southern Philippine islands of Bohol, Samar, Leyte and Mindanao, where it thrives mostly in secondary forests and dense patches or thickets of bush, tall grass and bamboo.”

- Area inhabited by a population

http://www.tarsierfoundation.org/content/the-philippine-tarsier

Characteristic # 2

http://www.unisdr.org/, http://www.nscb.gov.ph/factsheet/pdf08/FS-200806-SS1-01.asp

Characteristic # 3

- Population dispersion
- Patterns of spacing in relation to other members of the population
- Clumped, uniform, random

Concepts and Connections 2002 by Campbell

Characteristic # 4

- Growth rate, r
- change in the number of individuals in a population per unit time

- Factors affecting population size:
- # of births
- # of deaths
- # of individuals leaving/entering
- Immigration = into
- Emigration = exit
# of individuals added to/taken from the population

If r = pop’n growth rate

b = birth rate/natality

d = death rate/mortality

i= rate of immigration

e = rate of emigration

Express r in terms of b, d, i, and e.

r = (b+i) – (d+e)

http://mysite.verizon.net/res15tbbv/sitebuildercontent/sitebuilderpictures/animal-migration.jpg, http://pull.imgfave.netdna-cdn.com/image_cache/1288987440350429.jpeg

Characteristic # 4 (con’t)

- Growth rate, r
- Exponential growth
- Individuals in a population reproduce at a constant rate
- ex. bacterial reproduction: binary fission

- Exponential growth

http://www.emc.maricopa.edu/faculty/farabee/biobk/biobookmito.html

Characteristic # 4 (con’t)

- Growth rate, r
- Exponential growth
- Individuals in a population reproduce at a constant rate

- Exponential growth

- Logistic growth
- Population’s growth slows/stops following a period of exponential growth

steady-state

log

J-curve

S-curve

lag

Characteristic # 4 (con’t)

- Growth rate, r
- Logistic growth
- Biotic potential, rmax
- Max rate at w/c a population could increase under ideal conditions

- Environmental resistance
- Unfavorable conditions that prevent a population from reaching its rmax

- Carrying capacity, K
- Max # of individuals a given environment could support with its limited resources

- Biotic potential, rmax

- Logistic growth

http://www.sustainabilitylabs.org/page/sustainability-five-core-principles

http://www.kv.k12.in.us/moodle/file.php/26/population_curve.jpg

- Limiting factor- factor that causes population growth to decrease
- Density-dependent factors
- Becomes limiting only when population reaches a certain level; mostly biotic factors

- Density-independent factors
- Affects all populations in similar ways, regardless of population size; mostly abiotic factors

- Density-dependent factors

http://www.cpsu.org.au/multiattachments/17146/Image/slow-down-sign.jpg

- Competition
- Crowding and stress
- Human disturbances
- Natural catastrophes
- Parasitism and disease
- Predation

http://thumbs.imagekind.com/member/3f58d983-4020-4101-a3fb-1e3d67c818ac/uploadedartwork/650X650/d6b32ac0-cede-4422-882d-1723572d56f7.jpg, http://reachthetribes.com/200909/big/kaingin.JPG, http://static.guim.co.uk/sys-images/Technology/Pix/pictures/2009/10/21/1256124500714/Mount-Pinatubo-eruption-i-001.jpg, http://s3.hubimg.com/u/593274_f260.jpg

- Which model of pop’n growth (exp’l vs. logistic) does the human pop’n follow?
- Human pop’n size has increased through time

- What factors have controlled human pop’n growth through the centuries?
- Centralized agriculture
- Infectious disease
- Industrial, technological revolutions
- Modern medicine

http://www.bbc.co.uk/schools/gcsebitesize/science/images/bihumanpop.gif

- What does this graph tell us about birth rates in different countries?
- What about death rates?

http://www.bio.miami.edu/dana/pix/agestructure.gif

- What do these graphs tell us about birth rates in different countries?
- What about death rates?
- What can age structure diagrams tell us about the population?

- What are the effects of human population growth?
- What are the effects of different lifestyles?

http://kuro-kuro.org/wp-content/uploads/2010/10/population.jpg

http://www.myfootprint.org/en/