Jon Loman's research:
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Clutch size determination in birds
Simulating a predator prey community
Models of predator and prey populations.
Benefits of multiple matings
Publications, reports, and manuscripts
- 1982. A model of clutch size determination in birds. Oecologia 52:253-257.
- 1984. Can vertebrate predators regulate their prey? Am. Nat. 123:125-133. With Sam Erlinge, Görgen Göransson, Göran Högstedt, Göran Jansson, Olof Liberg, Ingvar Nilsson, Torbjörn von Schantz, and Magnus Sylvén.
- 1984. Comparing two models of alloregulated predators. Ecol. Modelling 24:293-303.
- 1985. Influence of territoriality on the stability and coexistence of competing predators - a simulation study. Ecol. Modelling 27:95-108.
- 1986. The use of overlap indices as competition coefficients: Tests with field data. Ecol Modelling 34:231-243.
- 1988. Alternative prey that decreases vole population cyclicity: A simulation study based on field data. Ecol. Modelling.
- 1988. Increased fitness from multiple matings and genetic heterogeneity - a model of a possible mechanism. Oikos 52:69-72. With Thomas Madsen and Thomas Håkansson.
- 1988. More thoughts on vertebrate predator regulation of prey With Sam Erlinge, Görgen Göransson, Göran Högstedt, Göran Jansson, Olof Liberg, Ingvar Nilsson, Torbjörn von Schantz, and Magnus Sylv‚n. Am. Nat. 132:148-154.
- 1988. A graphic solution to a one-predator, two-prey system with apparent competition and mutualism. Math. Biosci. 91:1-16.
- 1989. A better title: "Female benefits from multiple matings - a model. Oikos 54:250-251. With Thomas Madsen and Thomas Håkansson.