Recent Published Papers and Working Papers are listed below:

Infected Coexistence Instability With and Without Density-Dependent Regulation,
Journal of Theoretical Biology, vol. 185 pp 345-356 (1997) (with P. J. Hudson)

Competition Mediated by Parasites: Biological and Theoretical Progress  TREE, vol 13, pp387-390 (1998) (with P.J. Hudson)

Host Exclusion and Coexistence in Apparent and Direct Competition: An Application of Bifurcation Theory, Theoretical Population Biology, vol 56, pp 48-64 (1999) (with P.J. Hudson)

Parasite-Mediated and Direct Competition in a Two-Host Shared Macroparasite System, Theoretical Population Biology, vol 57, pp 13-34 (2000) (with P.J. Hudson)

Multihost, Multiparasite Systems: An Application of Bifurcation Theory, IMA J. Math. Appl.Med. Biol., vol 16, pp 333-367 (2000) (with P.J. Hudson)

The Role of Shared Parasites in the Exclusion of Wildlife Hosts: Heterakis Gallinarum in the Ring-necked Pheasant and the Grey Partridge, J. Anim. Ecol., 69, 829-840 (2000) (with D. M. Tompkins and others).

Differential impact of a shared nematode parasite on two gamebird hosts: implications for apparent competition, Parasitology, vol 122, pp 187-193 (2001) (with D. M. Tompkins  and P. J. Hudson).

The impact of stochasticity on the behaviour of nonlinear population models: synchrony and the Moran effect, Oikos, vol 93, pp 343-351 (2001) (with T. G. Benton).

Parasites and host population dynamics, in:  The Ecology of Wildlife Diseases, Oxford University Press  (ed: P. J. Hudson et al) pp 45-62 (2002) (with others).

Visions for future research in wildlife epidemiology, in:  The Ecology of Wildlife Diseases, Oxford University Press  (ed: P. J. Hudson et al) pp151-164 (2002) (with others).

Unraveling the dynamic behaviour of ecological models: algebraic, geometric and numerical methods of analysis, Comments on Theoretical Biology, vol 7, pp 155-176 (2002).

The amplification of environmental noise in population models: causes and consequences, American Naturalist, vol 161, pp 225-239 (2003)(with T. G. Benton)

The population dynamical implications of covert infections in
host-microparasite interactions,  Journal of Animal Ecology, vol 72, pp 1064-1072 (2003)(with M. Boots, D. Ross, R. Norman, R. Hails, S. Sait).

Large amplification in stage-structured models: Arnol'd tongues revisited, Journal of Mathematical Biology, vol 48, pp 647-671 (2004)(with T. G.Benton).

The effect of seasonal host birth rates on population dynamics: the importance of resonance, Journal of Theoretical Biology, vol 231, pp 229-238 (2004)(with J. M. Ireland and R. A. Norman).

External forcing of ecological and epidemiological systems: a resonance approach, Physica D, vol 190, pp 136-151 (2004)(with M. Kamo, M. Boots).  

Evolutionary behaviour in ecological systems with trade-offs and non-equilibrium population dynamics (accepted for publication)(2005)(withA. R. White, M. Boots and T. G. Benton).

The Impact of Environmental Fluctuations on Structured Discrete Time Population Models: Resonance, Synchrony and Threshold Behavior,Theoretical Population Biology, In Press (2005)(with T. G. Benton).

The Evolution of Oscillatory Behavior in Age-Structured Species, American Naturalist, 166, 68-78 (2005)(with T. G. Benton, M. Boots and A. R.White).

The frequency spectrum of structured discrete-time population models; its properties and their ecological implications, Oikos, vol 110, pp 369-389(2005)(with T. G. Benton).


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