2005 journal article
Variable intake, compensatory growth, and increased growth efficiency in fish: Models and mechanisms
Ecology (Brooklyn, New York, N.Y.), 86(6), 1452–1462.
By: G. Skalski, M. Picha, J. Gilliam & R. Borski
2004 journal article
The diffusive spread of alleles in heterogeneous populations.
Evolution, 58(3), 470–478.
By: G. Skalski
2003 journal article
A diffusion-based theory of organism dispersal in heterogeneous populations
American Naturalist, 161(3), 441–458.
By: G. Skalski & J. Gilliam
2002 journal article
Feeding under predation hazard: Testing models of adaptive behavior with stream fish
American Naturalist, 160(2), 158–172.
2001 journal article
Explaining leptokurtic movement distributions: Intrapopulation variation in boldness and exploration
American Naturalist, 158(2), 124–135.
By: D. Fraser, J. Gilliam, M. Daley, A. Le & G. Skalski
Functional responses with predator interference: viable alternatives to the Holling Type II model
Ecology (Brooklyn, New York, N.Y.), 82(11), 3083–3092.
2000 journal article
Modeling diffusive spread in a heterogeneous population: A movement study with stream fish
Ecology (Brooklyn, New York, N.Y.), 81(6), 1685–1700.
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