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Publications 1980 to 1989
Brown, J.H. and A.C. Gibson. 1983. Biogeography. Mosby, St. Louis, Missouri.
Brown, J.H. and M.A. Bowers. 1984. Patterns and processes in three guilds of terrestrial vertebrates. pp. 282-296, In D.R. Strong, Jr. et al., eds. Ecological Communities: Conceptual Issues and the Evidence. Princeton Univ. Press, Princeton, NJ.
Brown, J.H. 1985. Commentary 1 (On "Some scientific issues in cumulative environmental impact assessment," by G. Baskerville) pp. 15-17 In Proceedings of the workshop on Cumulative Environmental Effects: A Binational Perspective. Canadian Environmental Assessment Research Council and U.S. National Research Council.
Brown, J.H., D.W. Davidson, J.C. Munger and R.S. Inouye. 1986. Experimental community ecology: the desert granivore system. pp. 41-61, In J. Diamond and T.J. Case, eds. Community Ecology. Harper and Row, New York.
Brown, J.H. 1986. The roles of vertebrates in desert ecosystems. pp. 51-71, In W.G. Whitford, ed. Pattern and Process in Desert Ecosystems. Univ. New Mexico Press, Albuquerque.
Brown, J.H. 1987. Variation in desert rodent guilds: patterns, processes, and scales. pp. 185-203, In J.H.R. Gee and P.S. Giller, eds. Organization of Communities: Past and Present. Blackwell Scientific Publications, Oxford.
Brown, J.H. 1988. Species diversity. pp. 57-89, In A. Myers and R.S. Giller, eds. Analytical Biogeography. Chapman and Hall, London.
Brown, J.H. 1989. Patterns, modes and extents of invasions by vertebrates. pp. 85-109, In J.A. Drake, H.A. Mooney, F. di Castri, R.H. Groves, F.J. Kruger, M. Remanek, and M. Williamsom, eds. Biological Invasions: a Global Perspective. John Wiley & Sons, Chichester.
Brown, J.H., and M. Kurzius. 1989. Spatial and temporal variation in guilds of North American granivorous desert rodents. pp. 71-90, In D.W. Morris, Z. Abramsky, B.J. Fox, and M.R. Willig, eds. Ecology of Small Mammal Communities. Special Publication No. 28 of The Museum, Texas Tech University.
Davidson D.W., Brown J.H. & Inouye R.S. (1980) Competition and the structure of granivore communities. BioScience, 30, 233-238 (.pdf file)
Inouye R.S., Byers G.S. & Brown J.H. (1980) Effects of predation and competition on survivorship, fecundity and community structure of desert annuals. Ecology, 61, 1344-1351 (.pdf file)
Brown J.H. (1981) Two decades of homage to Santa Rosalia: toward a general theory of diversity. American Zoologist, 21, 877-888 (.pdf file)
Brown J.H. & Kodric-Brown A. (1981) Reply to Williamson and Black's comment. Ecology, 62, 497-498 (.pdf file)
Brown J.H., Kodric-Brown A., Whitman T.G. & Bond H.W. (1981) Competition between hummingbirds and insects in the pollination of two species of shrubs. Southwestern Naturalist, 26, 133-145 (.pdf file)
Munger J.C. & Brown J.H. (1981) Competition in desert rodents: an experiment using semipermeable exclosures. Science, 211, 510-512 (.pdf file)
Bowers M.A. & Brown J.H. (1982) Body size and coexistence in desert rodents: chance or community structure. Ecology, 63, 391-400 (.pdf file)
Dunning J.B. & Brown J.H. (1982) Summer rainfall and winter sparrow densities: a test of the food limitation hypothesis. The Auk, 99, 123-129 (.pdf file)
Peterson C., Brown J.H. & Kodric-Brown A. (1982) An experimental study of floral display and fruit set in Chilopsis linearis (Bignoniaceae). Oecologia, 55, 7-11 (.pdf file)
Price M.V. & Brown J.H. (1983) Patterns of morphology and resource use in North American desert rodent communities`. Great Basin Naturalist Memoirs, 7, 117-134 (.pdf)
Brown J.H. (1984a) Desert rodents: a model system. Acta Zoologica Fennica, 172, 45-49
Brown J.H. (1984b) On the relationship between abundance and distribution of species. American Naturalist, 124, 255-279 (.pdf file)
Brown J.H., Lenski R.E., Levin B.R., Lloyd M., Regal P.J. & Simberloff D. (1984) Report in the workshop on possible ecological and evolutionary impacts of bioengineered organisms released into the environment. Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America, 64, 436-438 (.pdf file)
Davidson D.W., Inouye R.S. & Brown J.H. (1984) Granivory in a desert ecosystem: experimental evidence for indirect facilitation of ants by rodents. Ecology, 65, 1780-1786 (.pdf file)
Kodric-Brown A. & Brown J.H. (1984) Truth in advertising: the kinds of traits favored by sexual selection. American Naturalist, 124, 309-323 (.pdf file)
Kodric-Brown A., Brown J.H., Byers G.S. & Gori D.F. (1984) Organization of a tropical island community of hummingbirds and flowers. Ecology, 65, 1358-1368 ( .pdf file)
Brown J.H. (1985) Organization of North American desert rodent associations: insights from geographic comparisons and perturbation experiments. Australian Mammalogy, 8, 131-136
Brown J.H. & Bowers M.A. (1985) On the relationship between morphology and ecology: community organization in hummingbirds. The Auk, 102, 251-269 (.pdf file)
Brown J.H. & Munger J.C. (1985) Experimental manipulation of a desert rodent community: food addition and species removal. Ecology, 66, 1545-1563 (.pdf file)
Kodric-Brown A. & Brown J.H. (1985) Animal advertising: why the fittest are prettiest. In: The Sciences, pp. 26-33
Brown J.H. (1986) Two decades of interaction between the MacArthur-Wilson model and the complexities of mammalian distributions. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society, 28, 231-251 (.pdf file)
Brown J.H. & Davidson D.W. (1986) Reply to Galindo. Ecology, 67, 1423-1425 (.pdf file)
Brown J.H. & Maurer B.A. (1986) Body size, ecological dominance, and Cope's rule. Nature, 324, 248-250 (.pdf file)
Hopf F.A. & Brown J.H. (1986) The bullseye method for testing for randomness in ecological communities. Ecology, 67, 1139-1155 (.pdf file)
Bowers M.A., Thompson D.B. & Brown J.H. (1987) Spatial organization of a desert rodent community: food addition and species removal. Oecologia, 72, 77-82 (.pdf file)
Brown J.H. & Kurzius M. (1987) Composition of desert rodent faunas: combinations of coexisting species. Annales Zoologici Fennici, 24, 227-237 (.pdf file)
Brown J.H. & Maurer B.A. (1987a) Brown and Maurer reply. Nature, 328, 118 (.pdf file)
Brown J.H. & Maurer B.A. (1987b) Evolution of species assemblages: effects of energetic constraints and species dynamics on the diversification of the North American avifauna. American Naturalist, 130, 1-17 (.pdf file)
Brown J.H. & Ojeda R. (1987) Granivory: patterns, processes, and consequences of seed consumption on two continents. Revista Chilena de Historia Natural, 60, 337-349 (.pdf file)
Kodric-Brown A. & Brown J.H. (1987) Anisogamy, sexual selection, and the origin and maintenance of sex. Evolutionary Ecology, 1, 95-105 (.pdf file)
Zeng Z. & Brown J.H. (1987a) A method for distinguishing dispersal from death in mark-recapture studies. Journal of Mammology, 68, 656-665 (.pdf file)
Zeng Z. & Brown J.H. (1987b) Population ecology of a desert rodent: seven-year study of Dipodomys merriami in the Chihuahuan Desert. Ecology, 68, 1328-1340 (.pdf file)
Maurer B.A. & Brown J.H. (1988) Distribution of energy use and biomass among species of North American terrestrial birds. Ecology, 69, 1923-1932 (.pdf file)
Rosenzweig M.L., Davis J.I. & Brown J.H. (1988) How to write an influential review. Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America, 69, 152-155 (.pdf file)
Brown J.H. & Lomolino M.V. (1989) Independent discovery of the equilibrium theory of island biogeography. Ecology, 70, 1954-1957 (.pdf file)
Brown J.H. & Maurer B.A. (1989) Macroecology: the division of food and space among species on continents. Science, 243, 1145-1150 (.pdf file)
Brown J.H. & Roughgarden J. (1989) U.S. ecologists address global change. Trends in Ecology & Evolution, 4, 255 (.pdf file)
Brown J.H. & Zeng Z. (1989) Comparative population ecology of eleven species of Chihuahuan Desert rodents. Ecology, 70, 1507-1525 (.pdf file)
Lomolino M.V., Brown J.H. & Davis R. (1989) Island biogeography of montane forest mammals in the American southwest. Ecology, 70, 180-194 (.pdf file)
Maurer B.A. & Brown J.H. (1989) Distributional consequences of spatial variation in demographic processes. Annales Zoologici Fennici, 26, 121-131 (.pdf file)
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