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Why do populations cycle? A synthesis of statistical and mechanistic modeling approaches Ecology. 80:1789–1805.. 1999.
Theory for biological control: recent developments. Ecology. :2001–2013.. 1996.
Testing intraguild predation theory in a field system: does numerical dominance shift along a gradient of productivity? Ecology Letters. 6:929–935.. 2003.
Spatial dynamics of measles epidemics. Trends in Ecology & Evolution. 17:399–401.. 2002.
Recent developments in theory for biological control of insect pests by parasitoids. Theoretical approaches to biological control. :22–42.. 1999.
Population cycles of the larch budmoth in Switzerland. Population cycles: the case for trophic interactions (ed. AA Berryman). :130–141.. 2002.
Population cycles in the pine looper moth: Dynamical tests of mechanistic hypotheses. Ecological Monographs. 75:259–276.. 2005.
Inferring colonization processes from population dynamics in spatially structured predator–prey systems. Ecology. 81:3350–3361.. 2000.
Dynamical effects of plant quality and parasitism on population cycles of larch budmoth. Ecology. 84:1207–1214.. 2003.
Dynamical effects of host-feeding in parasitoids. Journal of Animal Ecology. :403–416.. 1995.
Dynamical effects of host size-and parasitoid state-dependent attacks by parasitoids. Journal of Animal Ecology. :542–556.. 1997.
Delayed feedback and multiple attractors in a host–parasitoid system. Journal of Mathematical Biology. 38:317–345.. 1999.
Competitive displacement and biological control in parasitoids: a model. American Naturalist. :807–826.. 1996.
Biological control: lessons from a study of California red scale. Population Ecology. 48:297–305.. 2006.
Aggregation and stability in metapopulation models. American Naturalist. :41–58.. 1992.