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Asher Levin, Simon
Levin, S.
Levin, S. A.
Levin, Simon
Levin, Simon A.
Levin, Simon Asher
Simon A. Levin (American ecologist)
Simon Levin
Simon Levin (Amerikaans bioloog)
Simon Levin (US-amerikanischer Ökologe)
סיימון אשר לוין
سیمون ای. لوین (زیست‌شناس آمریکایی)
レヴィン, サイモン
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American mathematical society
Hallam, T. G.
Hallam, Thomas G.
Hallam, Thomas G. (1937-...)
Kareiva, Peter M.
Mathematical Association of America
Okubo, Akira
Roughgarden, Joan (1946-)
Ruth, Matthias
Shoemaker, Christine A.
Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics
Steele, John H. (1926-2013)
Summer School on Patch Dynamics (1991 : Cornell University New York)
University of Maryland, College Park
高須, 夫悟 (1967-)
Age Structure, Residents, and Transients of Miocene Rodent Communities
Aggregation in model ecosystems. I. Perfect aggregation.
Allelopathy of bacteria in a lattice population: Competition between colicin-sensitive and colicin-producing strains
BIODIVERSITY RESEARCH: Long-distance biological transport processes through the air: can nature's complexity be unfolded in silico?
Biological Research Priorities--A Sustainable Biosphere
Biomathematics (Berl.)
Bottom-up and top-down forcing in a simple size-structured plankton dynamics model
Building resilience and adaptation to manage Arctic change.
Can stable social groups be maintained by homophilous imitation alone?
Cellular behavior and the development of pattern
Coevolutionary arms races between bacteria and bacteriophage
Coherence and conservation.
Comparing classical community models: theoretical consequences for patterns of diversity.
Comparison between perfect information and passive-adaptive social learning models of forest harvesting
Competition and Species Packing in Patchy Environments
Competitive coexistence in a dynamic landscape.
Complex adaptive systems : Exploring the known, the unknown and the unknowable
Components of spatial patterning in a serpentine grassland
Cooperation among Microorganisms
Coping with uncertainty: a call for a new science-policy forum.
Coupled ecological-social dynamics in a forested landscape: spatial interactions and information flow.
Coupling ecology and evolution: malaria and the S-gene across time scales.
Critical slowing down in time-to-extinction: An example of critical phenomena in ecology.
Crossing scales, crossing disciplines: collective motion and collective action in the Global Commons.
dependence of plant root:shoot ratios on internal nitrogen concentration., The
Designing marine reserves for interacting species: Insights from theory
Differential neutralization efficiency of hemagglutinin epitopes, antibody interference, and the design of influenza vaccines
Disease evolution : models, concepts, and data analyses
Disease transmission dynamics and the evolution of antibiotic resistance in hospitals and communal settings
Distinctions between the two-state and sequential models for cooperative ligand binding.
Disturbance, patch formation, and community structure.
Diversity in Current Ecological Thinking: Implications for Environmental Management
Dynamic response of grass cover to rainfall variability: implications for the function and persistence of savanna ecosystems
Dynamical behavior of epidemiological models with nonlinear incidence rates.
Dynamical models of ecosystems and epidemics
Dynamical resonance can account for seasonality of influenza epidemics
dynamics of cocirculating influenza strains conferring partial cross-immunity., The
Dynamics of fish shoals: identifying key decision rules
Dynamics of influenza A drift: the linear three-strain model
Ecological perspective on the introduction of genetically engineered organisms into the environment.
Ecology achievement and challenge the 41st symposium of the British ecological society jointly sponsored by the Ecological society of America, held at Orlando, Florida, USA 10-13 April 2000
Ecology and estuarine impact assessment: lessons learned from the Hudson river (U.S.A.) and other estuarine experiences
Ecology and Evolution of Seed Dispersal: A Theoretical Perspective, The
Ecology and Evolution of the Flu
Ecology. Hatcheries and endangered salmon.
Economic growth, carrying capacity, and the environment.
Economic Pathways to Ecological Sustainability
Ecosystem analysis and prediction : proceedings of a SIAM-SIMS conference held at Alta, Utah, July 1-5, 1974
Ecosystems and the biosphere as complex adaptive systems.
Ecotoxicology : problems and approaches
Effective leadership and decision-making in animal groups on the move
effects of disturbance architecture on landscape-level population dynamics, The
emergence of diversity in plant communities., The
Encyclopedia of biodiversity
Environmental risks and genetically engineered organisms.
Epidemic Enhancement in Partially Immune Populations
Epidemiological models with age structure, proportionate mixing, and cross-immunity.
Error propagation in a forest succession model: The role of fine-scale heterogeneity in light
Evaluating environmental risks from biotechnology: contributions of ecology.
Evolution and persistence of influenza A and other diseases.
Evolution and spatial structure interact to influence plant-herbivore population and community dynamics
Evolution at the ecosystem level: On the evolution of ecosystem patterns
evolution of dispersal and seed size in plant communities, The
Evolution of dispersal in explicitly spatial metacommunities.
Evolution of Dispersal in Reserve Networks, The
Evolution of Intergenerational Discounting in Offspring Quality, The
evolution of norms., The
evolution of quorum sensing in bacterial biofilms., The
evolution of resource adaptation: how generalist and specialist consumers evolve., The
Evolutionary dynamics of genetic diversity : proceedings of a Symposium held in Manchester, England, March 29-30, 1983
Evolutionary escape from the prisoner's dilemma
Evolutionary stability of plant communities and the maintenance of multiple dispersal types.
Evolutionary tradeoffs can select against nitrogen fixation and thereby maintain nitrogen limitation
Extinction Thresholds and Metapopulation Persistence in Dynamic Landscapes
Facultative versus Obligate Nitrogen Fixation Strategies and Their Ecosystem Consequences
False alarm over environmental false alarms
Food production, population growth, and the environment.
Fragile dominion : complexity and the commons
From individuals to epidemics.
From individuals to population densities: Searching for the intermediate scale of nontrivial determinism
Frontiers in Ecosystem Science
Fundamental questions in biology.
Games, groups, and the global good
Genetic diversity and interdependent crop choices in agriculture
Geografičeskie aspekty izučeniâ ravninnogo karsta
Global asymptotic coherence in discrete dynamical systems
Global stability in a chemostat with multiple nutrients.
Hatcheries and endangered salmon.
Hemagglutinin sequence clusters and the antigenic evolution of influenza A virus.
Heterogeneous animal group models and their group-level alignment dynamics: an equation-free approach.
Hidden effects of chronic tuberculosis in African buffalo
How can vaccines against influenza and other viral diseases be made more effective?
Hudson River ecosystem, The
Immune systems and ecosystems
Impact of migration and fitness on the stability of lethal t-haplotype polymorphism in Mus musculus: A computer study
importance of species: perspectives on expendability and triage, The
Importance of species, The : perspectives on expendability and triage
Increased plant growth from nitrogen addition should conserve phosphorus in terrestrial ecosystems
Influence of nonlinear incidence rates upon the behavior of SIRS epidemiological models.
Interpreting ecological patterns generated through simple stochastic processes.
Intertidal Landscapes: Disturbance and the Dynamics of Pattern.
Intraspecific Variation and Species Coexistence
Introduction: Infectious diseases; Introduction; Environment and Development Economics
Jizoku fukanōsei : Kankyō hozen no tameno fukuzatsukei riron nyūmon
Leaky prezygotic isolation and porous genomes: rapid introgression of maternally inherited DNA.
Learning to live in a global commons: socioeconomic challenges for a sustainable environment
Lect. notes biomath.
Lessons on pattern formation from planet WATOR.
LETTER: Size and scaling of predator-prey dynamics
Limitations of laboratory bioassays: The need for ecosystem-level testing.
Limiting Similarity, Species Packing, and System Stability for Hierarchical Competition-Colonization Models
Local Frequency Dependence and Global Coexistence
Maintenance of the three sex chromosome polymorphism in the platyfish, Xiphophorus maculatus
Managing ecosystem resources
Marine reserve design and the evolution of size at maturation in harvested fish
Mathematical and computational challenges in population biology and ecosystems science.
Mathematical ecology : an introduction : [papers presented during the first weeks of the Autumn Course on Mathematical Ecology, held at the International Centre for Theoretical Physics in Trieste, 1982]
Mathematical ecology : proceedings of the autumn course (research seminars) held at the International Centre for Theoretical Physics, Miramare-Trieste, Italy, 29 November-10 December 1982
Mechanisms of long-distance dispersal of seeds by wind.
Mechanistic analytical models for long-distance seed dispersal by wind.
Metapopulations, community assembly, and scale invariance in aspect space
model of flexible uptake of two essential resources., A
Modeling dynamic biological systems
Modeling responses of coupled social-ecological systems of the Gulf of California to anthropogenic and natural perturbations
Models of the influence of predation on aspect diversity in prey populations.
Moment Expansions in Spatial Ecological Models and Moment Closure through Gaussian Approximation
Native harvester ants threatened with widespread displacement exert localized effects on serpentine grassland plant community composition
neutral metapopulation model of biodiversity in river networks., A
Niche : theory and application
Nucleation and Relaxation from Meta-stability in Spatial Ecological Models
Observing bacteria through the lens of social evolution
On biodiversity in river networks: A trade-off metapopulation model and comparative analysis
On Karl Hadeler becoming 70.
On state-space reduction in multi-strain pathogen models, with an application to antigenic drift in influenza A.
On the boundedness of an iterative procedure for solving a system of linear inequalities (Boundedness of iterative procedure for solving systems of linear inequalities)
On the evolution of energy balance in some exploiter-victim systems.
On the importance of incentives in hospital infection control spending.
On the role of long incubation periods in the dynamics of acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS). Part 1: Single population models.
On the use of hemagglutination-inhibition for influenza surveillance: Surveillance data are predictive of influenza vaccine effectiveness
Optimal nitrogen-to-phosphorus stoichiometry of phytoplankton
Oscillatory dynamics and spatial scale: The role of noise and unresolved pattern
patch-based spatial modeling approach: Conceptual framework and simulation scheme, A
Patch dynamics
Pathogen-Driven Outbreaks in Forest Defoliators Revisited: Building Models from Experimental Data
Persistent colonization and the spread of antibiotic resistance in nosocomial pathogens: Resistance is a regional problem
Perspectives in ecological theory
Perspectives on management of the Hudson River ecosystem.
Phenotypic diversity and ecosystem functioning in changing environments: A theoretical framework
Physiological and behavioral adaptation to varying environments: a mathematical model.
Phytoplankton growth and stoichiometry under multiple nutrient limitation
Population biology, c1984:
Population dynamic models in heterogeneous environments.
Populations and communities
Positive feedbacks promote power-law clustering of Kalahari vegetation
Potential ecological consequences of genetically engineered organisms.
Premi Ramon Margalef d'Ecologia 2010 Taula rodona : 6 d'octubre de 2010 : Aula Magna de la Facultat de Biologia
Princeton guide to ecology, The
Princeton series in theoretical and computational biology
problem of pattern and scale in ecology., The
Quick fixes for the environment: Part of the solution or part of the problem?
"Critical Slowing Down" in Time-to-extinction: an Example of Critical Phenomena in Ecology
Reproductive Asynchrony Increases With Environmental Disturbance
Resilience, Robustness, and Marine Ecosystem-based Management
Results on the dynamics for models for the sexual transmission of the human immunodeficiency virus.
River networks as ecological corridors: A complex systems perspective for integrating hydrologic, geomorphologic, and ecologic dynamics.
role of mosaic phenomena in natural communities., The
role of size inequality in self-thinning: A pattern-oriented simulation model for arid savannas, The
Role of Theoretical Ecology in the Description and Understanding of Populations in Heterogeneous Environments., The
Safety standards for the environmental release of genetically engineered organisms.
Scale and Scaling in Ecological and Economic Systems
Selection of intermediate rates of increase in parasite-host systems.
Self-organization and the Emergence of Complexity in Ecological Systems
Self-organization of front patterns in large wildebeest herds
Sex-ratio selection in species with helpers-at-the-nest.
Signatures of vegetational functional diversity in river basins
Simulation Model of the Population Dynamics and Evolution of Myxomatosis, A
SIRC model and influenza A, The
Size and scaling of predator-prey dynamics.
Some mathematical questions in biology
Spatial and Biological Aspects of Reserve Design
Spatial aspects of interspecific competition.
Spatial attributes and reserve design models: A review
Spatial models for species-area curves
spatial patch dynamic modeling approach to pattern and process in an annual grassland, A
Spatial scaling in a benthic population model with density-dependent disturbance.
Special issue on eco-informatics: Modeling biological conservation decisions
Specialization and evolutionary branching within migratory populations
Species diversity and ecosystem response to carbon dioxide fertilization: Conclusions from a temperate forest model
spread of a reinvading species: Range expansion in the California sea otter., The
Spread of two linked social norms on complex interaction networks.
Strategic interactions in multi-institutional epidemics of antibiotic resistance
Superdiffusion and encounter rates in diluted, low dimensional worlds
Synchronized deforestation induced by social learning under uncertainty of forest-use value
Terrestrial models and global change: challenges for the future
Theoretical Framework for Data Analysis of Wind Dispersal of Seeds and Pollen, A
Theoretical perspectives on evolution of long-distance dispersal and the example of specialized pests
Toward a Dynamic Metacommunity Approach to Marine Reserve Theory
Towards a general theory of adaptive walks on rugged landscapes.
Towards a theoretical basis for ecosystem conservation
Tragedy of the commons in plant water use.
Traveling waves in a model of influenza A drift.
Tree cover in sub-Saharan Africa: Rainfall and fire constrain forest and savanna as alternative stable states
Uniqueness and nonlinearity
Uniqueness theorems for the compressible flow equation
Using mathematical optimization models to design nature reserves
持続不可能性 : 環境保全のための複雑系理論入門
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Thesis--University of Maryland, College Park