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Biodiversity and ecosystem function in soil. Functional Ecology. 19:369-377.. 2005.
The causes and processes of the mid-summer population crash of potato aphids. Bulletin of Entomological Research. 93:425-37.. 2003.
Changes in species diversity following habitat disturbance are dependent on spatial scale: theoretical and empirical evidence. Journal of Applied Ecology. 45(5):1531-1539.. 2008.
Efficient or Inaccurate? Analytical and Numerical Modelling of Random Search Strategies Bulletin of Mathematical Biology. 72(4):896-913.. 2010.
An event-based model of superspreading in epidemics. Proceedings of the Royal Society Series B. 274:741-747.. 2007.
Evolutionary Optimality in Stochastic Search Problems. Journal of the Royal Society Interface. 7(50):1301-1310.. 2010.
Group navigation and the "many-wrongs principle" in models of animal movement. Ecology. 88:1864-1870.. 2007.
Individualism in plant populations: Using stochastic differential equations to model individual neighbourhood-dependent plant growth. Theoretical Population Biology. 74(1):74-83.. 2008.
An integrated data resource for modelling the sol ecosystem. Applied Soil Ecology. 33:208-219.. 2006.
Levy processes, saltatory foraging, and superdiffusion. Mathematical Modelling of Natural Phenomena. 3(3):115-130.. 2008.
Marine reserves and the evolutionary effects of fishing on size at maturation. ICES Journal of Marine Science. 67(3):412-425.. 2010.
The mid-summer crash in aphid populations: Why and how does it occur? Ecological Entomology. 29:383-388.. 2004.
Minimizing errors in identifying Levy flight behaviour of organisms. Journal of Animal Ecology. 76:222-229.. 2007.
Mixotrophy, allelopathy, and the population dynamics of phagotrophic algae (cryptophytes) in the Darss Zingst Bodden estuary, Southern Baltic. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 328:105-115.. 2006.
Modelling of Autumn Plankton Blooms. Journal of Plankton Research. 28:209-220.. 2006.
Modelling predation as a capped rate stochastic process, with applications to fish recruitment. Journal of the Royal Society Interface. 2:477-487.. 2005.
Optimal foraging in patchy turbulent environments. Marine Ecology Progress Series,. 256:99-110.. 2003.
Preventing overexploitation of migratory fish stocks: the efficacy of marine protected areas in a stochastic environment. ICES Journal of Marine Science. 66(9):1919-1930.. 2009.
Prey patchiness, predator survival and fish recruitment. Bulletin of Mathematical Biology. 63:527-546.. 2001.
Prey selection, vertical migrations and the impacts of harvesting upon the population dynamics of a predator-prey system. Bulletin of Mathematical Biology. 69:1827-1846.. 2007.
Quantifying the effects of individual and environmental variability in fish recruitment. Fisheries Oceanography. 14:2:156-160.. 2005.
Random walk models for the movement and recruitment of reef fish larvae. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 279:215-224.. 2004.
Random walks. Encyclopedia of Nonlinear Science. :775-777.. 2005.
The relationship between plankton blooms, the hatching of fish larvae, and recruitment. Ecological Modelling. 160:77-90.. 2003.
Department of Mathematics, University of York, Heslington, York, UK. YO10 5DD