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Bio-Behavioral Models for HIV Prevention
<italic>Background</italic>: In this dissertation, I model HIV transmission in two different populations: circular migrants in South Africa, and men who have sex with men (MSM) in Southern California. <italic>Objectives</italic>: One objective of the circular migrations (Chapter 2) project is to compare compartmental and ...
Modeling population dynamics and species interactions in a changing climate
Many species are expected to undergo significant distributional shifts in response to changes in climate. This adaptive response can impact population dynamics in many ways, including decreasing reproductive fitness, limiting dispersal, shrinking habitat, and exposing organisms to new competition from invasive species. What ...