Richard F. Green
Richard F. Green
Professor of Mathematics & Statistics University of Minnesota Duluth
Подтвержден адрес электронной почты в домене d.umn.edu
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Stopping rules for optimal foragers
RF Green
The American Naturalist 123 (1), 30-43, 1984
2891984
Bayesian birds: a simple example of Oaten's stochastic model of optimal foraging
RF Green
Theoretical population biology 18 (2), 244-256, 1980
2801980
Bayes’ theorem and its applications in animal behaviour
JM McNamara, RF Green, O Olsson
Oikos 112 (2), 243-251, 2006
2282006
The use of inverse sine transformations in the analysis of non‐metric cranial data
RF Green, JM Suchey
American Journal of Physical Anthropology 45 (1), 61-68, 1976
1961976
Precise sex ratios in highly inbred parasitic wasps
RF Green, G Gordh, BA Hawkins
The American Naturalist 120 (5), 653-665, 1982
1751982
Is a little bit of sex as good as a lot?
RF Green, DLG Noakes
Journal of theoretical biology 174 (1), 87-96, 1995
1601995
Analysis of dorsal pitting in the Os pubis in an extensive sample of modern American females
JM Suchey, DV Wiseley, RF Green, TT Noguchi
American Journal of Physical Anthropology 51 (4), 517-539, 1979
1181979
Stochastic models of optimal foraging
RF Green
Foraging behavior, 273-302, 1987
1081987
The statistical treatment of correlated bilateral traits in the analysis of cranial material
RF Green, JM Suchey, DV Gokhale
American Journal of Physical Anthropology 50 (4), 629-634, 1979
911979
Outlier-prone and outlier-resistant distributions
RF Green
Journal of the American Statistical Association 71 (354), 502-505, 1976
701976
Optimal egg distribution among host patches for parasitoids subject to attack by hyperparasitoids
Y Ayal, RF Green
The American Naturalist 141 (1), 120-138, 1993
531993
Does aggregation prevent competitive exclusion? A response to Atkinson and Shorrocks
RF Green
The American Naturalist 128 (2), 301-304, 1986
511986
The fallacy of the traffic policeman: a response to Templeton and Lawlor
JF Gilliam, RF Green, NE Pearson
The American Naturalist 119 (6), 875-878, 1982
431982
Do more birds produce fewer young? A comment on Mayfield's measure of nest success
RF Green
The Wilson Bulletin 89 (1), 173-175, 1977
421977
The problems of appeasement and of sexual roles in the courtship behavior of the blackchin mouthbreeder, Tilapia melanotheron (Pisces: Cichlidae)
GW Barlow, RF Green
Behaviour, 84-115, 1970
381970
Selection for fertility and development time
R Green, PR Painter
The American Naturalist 109 (965), 1-10, 1975
341975
A simpler, more general method of finding the optimal foraging strategy for Bayesian birds
R F. Green
Oikos 112 (2), 274-284, 2006
332006
Bluegills continuously update patch giving-up times based on foraging experience
ML Wildhaber, RF Green, LB Crowder
Animal Behaviour 47 (3), 501-513, 1994
321994
Optimal foraging for patchily distributed prey: random search
RF Green
301988
Variation in bird-window collision mortality and scavenging rates within an urban landscape
AM Bracey, MA Etterson, GJ Niemi, RF Green
The Wilson Journal of Ornithology 128 (2), 355-367, 2016
282016
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