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individuals are captured, marked, set free then they capture some of the marked organisms and unmarked individuals
population size multiplies by a constant factor each generation; depends on size of population; occurs in ideal regulated conditions
crash and boom
populations experience periods of rapid growth alternating with periods of decline (ex: predator-prey interactions, life cycle of individuals in the population, and variations in food supply)
the growth pattern in human populations (causes: inventions of tools to control or eliminate predators, advances in medical techonology, totalitarian agriculture [able to feed everyone])
if you remove this from a habitat, this reduced the primary productivity and may lead to increased CO2 levels
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