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EECT

It is shown that the problem of eliminating a less-fit allele by
allowing a mixture of genotypes whose densities satisfy a system of
reaction-diffusion equations with population control to evolve in a
reactor with impenetrable walls is approximately controllable.

DCDS-B

It is shown how to construct criteria of the form $f(u)\le
f'(0)K(u)$ which guarantee that the spreading speed $c^*$ of a
reaction-diffusion equation with the reaction term $f(u)$ is
linearly determinate in the sense that $c^*=2\sqrt{f'(0)}$. Some of
these criteria improve the classical condition $f(u)\le f'(0)u$, and
permit the presence of sharp Allee effects. Inequalities which
guarantee the failure of linear determinacy are also presented.

MBE

A well-known formula for the spreading
speed of a discrete-time recursion model is extended to a class of
problems for which its validity was previously unknown. These
include migration models with moderately fat tails or fat tails.
Examples of such models are given.

DCDS

It is shown that a trick introduced by H. R. Thieme [6] to
study a one-species integral equation model with a nonmonotone
operator can be used to show that some multispecies
reaction-diffusion systems which are cooperative for small
population densities but not for large ones have a spreading
speed. The ideas are explained by considering a model for the
interaction between ungulates and grassland.

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