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Ripon College mathematics professor and Ripon resident Andrea Young describes the arsenal of statistical models, nonlinear equations and multitude of simulations she and her students deployed in an attempt to predict how the carp population in Green Lake’s County Road K estuary may increase or decrease in the future. The outcome of the simulations was intended to help the lake management planning team determine how aggressively it and the commercial fishermen it employs should try to remove carp from the lake.
Ripon College mathematics professor and Ripon resident Andrea Young describes the arsenal of statistical models, nonlinear equations and multitude of simulations she and her students deployed in an attempt to predict how the carp population in Green Lake’s County Road K estuary may increase or decrease in the future. The outcome of the simulations was intended to help the lake management planning team determine how aggressively it and the commercial fishermen it employs should try to remove carp from the lake.
Wednesday, July 19, 2017 11:28 AM
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