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Publications 1970 to 1979
Brown, J.H. 1975. Geographical ecology of desert rodents. pp.315-341, In M.L. Cody and J.M. Diamond, eds., Ecology and Evolution of Communities. Harvard University Press, Cambridge, Massachusetts.
Brown, J.H. 1978. The theory of insular biogeography and the distribution of boreal birds and mammals. In K.T. Harper and J.L. Reveal, eds., Intermountain Biogeography: a Symposium. Great Basin Naturalist Mem. 2:209-227.
Brown, J.H. 1978. Effects of mammalian competitors on the ecology and evolution of communities. In D.P. Snyder, ed., Populations of Small Mammals under Natural Conditions. Spec. Publ. Pymatuning Laboratory of Ecology 5:52-57.
Cody M.L. & Brown J.H. (1970) Character convergence in Mexican finches. Evolution, 24, 304-310 (.pdf file)
Lee A.K. & Brown J.H. (1970) Variations in the hemoglobin concentrations of Great Basin rodents. Journal of Mammology, 51, 669-674 (.pdf file)
Brown J.H. (1971a) The desert pupfish. Scientific American, 225, 104-110
Brown J.H. (1971b) Mammals on mountaintops: non-equilibrium insular biogeography. American Naturalist, 105, 467-478 (.pdf file)
Brown J.H. (1971c) Mechanisms of competitive exclusion between two species of chipmunks (Eutamis). Ecology, 52 (.pdf file)
Brown J.H. & Feldmeth C.R. (1971) Evolution in constant and fluctuating environments: thermal tolerances of desert pupfish (Cyprinodon). Evolution, 25, 390-398 (.pdf file)
Bonaccorso F.J. & Brown J.H. (1972) House construction of the desert woodrat, Neotoma lepida lepida. Journal of Mammology, 53, 283-288 (.pdf file)
Brown J.H. & Lasiewski R.C. (1972) Metabolism of weasels: the cost of being long and thin. Ecology, 53, 939-943 (.pdf file)
Brown J.H., Lieberman G.A. & Dengler W.F. (1972) Woodrats and cholla: dependence of a small mammal population on the density of cacti. Ecology, 53, 310-313 (.pdf file)
Brown J.H. (1973) Species diversity of seed-eating desert rodents in sand dune habitats. Ecology, 54, 775-787 (.pdf file)
Brown J.H. & Lieberman G.A. (1973) Resource utilization and coexistence of seed-eating desert rodents in sand dune habitats. Ecology, 54, 788-797 (.pdf file)
Barbour C.D. & Brown J.H. (1974) Fish species diversity in lakes. American Naturalist, 108, 473-489 (.pdf file)
Feldmeth C.R., Stone E.A. & Brown J.H. (1974) Increased scope for thermal tolerance upon acclimating pupfish (Cyprinodon) to cycling temperatures. Journal of Comparitive Physiology, 89, 39-44
Brown J.H., Grover J.J., Davidson D.W. & Lieberman G.A. (1975) A preliminary study of seed predation in desert and montane habitats. Ecology, 56, 987-992 (.pdf file)
Brown J.H. & Davidson D.W. (1977) Competition between seed-eating rodents and ants in desert ecosystems. Science, 196, 880-882 (.pdf file)
Brown J.H. & Kodric-Brown A. (1977) Turnover rates in insular biogeography: effect of immigration on extinction. Ecology, 58, 445-449 (.pdf file)
Brown J.H., Calder W.A. & Kodric-Brown A. (1978) Correlates and consequences of body size in nectar-feeding birds. American Zoologist, 18, 687-700 (.pdf file)
Kodric-Brown A. & Brown J.H. (1978) Influence of economics, interspecific competition and sexual dimorphism on territoriality of migrant Rufous Hummingbirds. Ecology, 59, 285-296 (.pdf file)
Brown J.H., Davidson D.W. & Reichman O.J. (1979a) An experimental study of competition between seed-eating desert rodents and ants. American Zoologist, 19, 1115-1127 (.pdf file)
Brown J.H. & Kodric-Brown A. (1979) Convergence, competition and mimicry in a temperate community of hummingbird-pollinated flowers. Ecology, 60, 1022-1035 (.pdf file)
Brown J.H., Reichman O.J. & Davidson D.W. (1979b) Granivory in desert ecosystems. Annual Review of Ecology and Systematics, 10, 201-227 (.pdf file)
Kodric-Brown A. & Brown J.H. (1979) Competition between distantly related taxa and the co-evolution of plants and pollinators. American Zoologist, 19, 1115-1127
Reichman O.J. & Brown J.H. (1979) The use of torpor by Perognathus amplus in relation to resource distribution. Journal of Mammology, 60, 550-555 (.pdf file)
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