Eco-evo feedbacks


Resource limitation is a terribly important idea in ecology. It underlies density dependence, and is therefore a key concept in population dynamics. But it has also a lot of consequences for understanding behaviour, when organisms try to gather and defend resources, including (but not limited to) maintenance of territories.


 pdf Kokko, H., Chaturvedi, A., Croll, D., Fischer, M.C., Guillaume, F., Karrenberg, S., Kerr, B., Rolshausen, G. & Stapley, J. 2017. Can evolution supply what ecology demands? Trends in Ecology & Evolution 32:187-197.
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haiku Day, E. & Kokko, H. 2015. Relaxed selection when you least expect it: why declining bird populations might fail to respond to phenological mismatches. Oikos 124:62–68.
pdf Kokko, H., Griffith, S.C. & Pryke, S.R. 2014. The hawk-dove game in a sexually reproducing species explains a colourful polymorphism in an endangered bird. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B 281:20141794.
Kokko, H. 2013. Conflict and Restraint in Animal Species: Implications for War and Peace. Pages 38-53 in: War, Peace, and Human Nature (D. Fry, ed.) Oxford University Press.
Kokko, H. 2013. Dyadic contests: modelling fights between two individuals. Pages 5-32 in: Animal Contests (I.C.W. Hardy & M. Briffa, eds.) Cambridge University Press.
haiku  pdf Kokko, H. 2011. Directions in modelling partial migration: how adaptation can cause a population decline and why the rules of territory acquisition matter. Oikos 120: 1826–1837.
pdf Kokko, H. 2011. Directions in modelling partial migration: how adaptation can cause a population decline and why the rules of territory acquisition matter. Oikos 120: 1826–1837.
pdf Ratikainen, I.I., Gill, J.A., Gunnarsson, T.G., Sutherland, W.J. & Kokko, H. 2008. When density-dependence is not instantaneous: theoretical developments and management implications. Ecology Letters 11:184-198.
Kokko, H. 2008. Animal Behavioral Studies, Non-primates. In: Encyclopedia of Violence, Peace and Conflict (Kurtz, L. ed.) Elsevier.
pdf Kokko, H. & López-Sepulcre, A. 2007. The ecogenetic link between demography and evolution: can we bridge the gap between theory and data? Ecology Letters 10:773-782.
pdf Rankin, D.J. & Kokko, H. 2007. Do males matter? The role of males in population dynamics. Oikos 116:335-348.
pdf Kokko, H., Gunnarsson, T.G., Morrell, L.J. & Gill, J.A. 2006. Why do female migratory birds arrive later than males? Journal of Animal Ecology 75:1293-1303.
pdf Kokko, H., López-Sepulcre, A. & Morrell, L.J. 2006. From hawks and doves to self-consistent games of territorial behavior. American Naturalist 167:901-912.
pdf López-Sepulcre, A. & Kokko, H. 2005. Territorial defense, territory size and population regulation. American Naturalist 166:317-329.
pdf Morrell, L.J. & Kokko, H. 2005. Bridging the gap between mechanistic and adaptive explanations of territoriality. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 57:381-390.
pdf Kokko, H., Harris, M.P. & Wanless, S. 2004. Competition for breeding sites and site-dependent population regulation in a highly colonial seabird, the common guillemot Uria aalge. Journal of Animal Ecology 73:367-376.
pdf Morrell, L.J. & Kokko, H. 2003. Adaptive strategies of territory formation. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 54:385-395.
pdf Kokko, H. & Ekman, J. 2002. Delayed dispersal as a route to breeding: Territorial inheritance, ‘safe havens’ and ecological constraints. American Naturalist 160:468-484.
pdf Kokko, H., Sutherland, W. J. & Johnstone, R. A. 2001. The logic of territory choice: implications for conservation and source-sink dynamics. American Naturalist 157:459-463.
pdf Kokko, H. 1999. Competition for early arrival in migratory birds. Journal of Animal Ecology 68:940-950.
Lindström, J., Kokko, H., Ranta, E. & Lindén, H. 1999. Density dependence and the response surface methodology. Oikos 85:40-52.
Kokko, H. & Sutherland, W. J. 1998. Optimal floating and queuing strategies: consequences for density dependence and habitat loss. American Naturalist 152:354-366.

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