Cooperation in coupled natural-human systems: its emergence and importance
The European Conference for Mathematical and Theoretical Biology 2016 11-15 July will bring together researchers from around the world to present and learn about cutting-edge research at the interface between mathematics and the life sciences.
GEDB researcher James Watson is invited to present in the session "Modeling socio-economic aspects of resource management" and his presentation is titled "Cooperation in coupled natural-human systems: its emergence and importance"
Date: 13 July, 2016
Venue: University of Nottingham, UK
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