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Stochastic Models Of Optimal Foraging

R. F. Green
Published 1987 · Biology
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For many years, one of the central concerns of natural history was the food habits of animals; that is, what food animals eat, and how they go about obtaining it. The question was, How do animals forage? More recently, optimal foraging theory has posed the question, How should animals forage? This question may be asked in many forms, and the answers have cast light on the old subject of animals’ food habits. Optimal foraging theory has helped make the study of foraging more interesting, which may account for the theory’s remarkable popular success noted by Krebs, Stephens and Sutherland (1983).



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