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Research outputs: ECOLOGY
We introduce an integral method for state variables and coefficient estimation and apply it to a simplified compartmental ecological model, ...
2017 In search of socio-ecological resilience and adaptive capacity: articulating the governance imperatives for improved canal management on the Barotse floodplain, Zambia
Governance of the commons through collective action remains an ongoing challenge in many rural areas of Africa. In this paper, we articulate...Download this report
In this work, a reduced model proposed by Lubuma and Gumel for transmission dynamics of Mycobacterium tuberculosis and Bovine tuberculosis i...
2017 Parameter identification for the Gumel-Mickens HIV transmission model under missing observable data
In this paper, based on the model proposed by Gumel, Moghadas and Mickens, which monitors the impact of live attenuated HIV vaccines, a new ...