Festschrift for Dan Cohen
Edited by Simon Levin & Yoh Iwasa
Scientific bibliography, acknowledgements and thanks.
Dan Cohen — 2000(4)
Towards a theory of mutual mate choice: lessons from two-sided matching.
Carl T. Bergstrom & Les Real — 2000(4) (LReal@biology.emory.edu)
Keywords: assortative mating, coalitions, game theory, group formation, mating systems, sexual selection
Winter survival strategies for small birds: managing energy supply and expenditure.
Colin Clark & R. Dukas — 2000(4) (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Keywords: dynamic optimization, energy management, fattening strategies, hypothermia, willow tits, winter survival
Dormancy strategies in a random environment: comparing structured and unstructured models.
Michael R. Easterling & Stephen P. Ellner — 2000(4) (email@example.com)
Keywords: copepod, dormancy strategies, evolutionarily stable strategy, moment closure, structured population model
On Fisher-Zahavi's handicapped sexy son.
Ilan Eshel, Ina Volovik & Emilia Sansone — 2000(4) (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Keywords: Handicap Principle, long-term evolution, runaway process, sexual selection, ‘sexy son’ argument
Dynamic optimization of plant growth.
Yoh Iwasa — 2000(4) (email@example.com)
Keywords: defence against herbivory, dynamic programming, growth schedule, life-history strategy, phenology, Pontryagin's maximum principle, shoot—root balance, stochastic environment
The evolution of dispersal and seed size in plant communities.
Simon Levin & H. Muller-Landau — 2000(4) (sLevin@eno.princeton.edu)
Keywords: adaptive dynamics, evolutionarily stable strategy, seed dispersal, seed size
Irreducible certainties, sustainable fisheries and marine reserves.
Marc S. Mangel — 2000(4) (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Keywords: environmental uncertainty, marine reserves, mean—variance trade-off, open systems
On the product mean fitness and population growth in sexual and asexual populations.
H. Manos, U. Liberman & Marcus W. Feldman — 2000(4) (email@example.com)
Keywords: failure of optimality, global stability, multiple equilibria, population size, random environments
A classification of dynamic optimization problems in fluctuating environments.
John McNamara — 2000(4) (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Keywords: allocation, dynamic programming, geometric mean fitness, growth, state dependence