Population Pedigree Process

Status: Current

Dates: 2010 - Start

Māori Relevant Content: No

Funding:

  • Veolia Environment, French National Museum of Natural History and Ecole Polytechnique (Research Chair in Mathematical Models of Biodiversity, 2012 - 2013)

Project Abstract

This project aims to develop novel mathematical models of population pedigree processes that can provide a unifying framework for behavioural ecology and evolutionary genetics.  Field data on behaviour and multi-generational pedigrees from Dr. Melanie Massaro (Charles Sturt University, Australia) on the Chatham Island Black Robins is guiding the theory developed by Dr. Raaz Sainudiin (University of Canterbury, New Zealand) and Dr. Amandine Veber (Ecole Polytechnique, France).

Researchers - UC Staff

  • Raazesh Sainudiin: Principal Investigator; Mathematics and Statistics

Researchers - Non-UC Staff

  • Melanie Massaro: Collaborator; Charles Sturt University, Australia
  • Amandine Veber: Collaborator; Ecole Polytechnique, Palaiseau, France

Associated Groups

Subject Area: Disciplines

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