Papers that may represent one-off topics for me at least initially, but who knows…


haiku  pdf Roche, D., Lanfear, R., Binning, S.A., Haff, T.M., Schwanz, L.E., Cain, K.E., Kokko, H., Jennions, M.D. & Kruuk, L.E.B. 2014. Troubleshooting public data archiving: suggestions to increase participation. PLoS Biology 12:e1001779.
pdf Lanfear, R., Kokko, H. & Eyre-Walker, A. 2014. Population size and the rate of evolution. Trends in Ecology & Evolution 29:33-41.
Jalasvuori, M., Palmu, S., Gillis, A., Kokko, H., Mahillon, J., Bamford, J.K.H. & Fornelos, N. 2013. Identification of five novel tectiviruses in Bacillus strains: analysis of a highly variable region generating genetic diversity. Research in Microbiology 164: 118–126.
Kokko, H. & Jennions, M.D. 2010. Behavioral ecology: the natural history of evolutionary biology. In: Evolution since Darwin: the first 150 years (M.A.Bell, W.F.Eanes and D.F.Futuyma, eds.), pp. 291-318. Sinauer, Sunderland.
link Kokko, H. 2007. Modelling for Field Biologists (and Other Interesting People), Cambridge University Press
haiku pdf Wong, B.B.M. & Kokko, H. 2005. Is science as global as we think? Trends in Ecology & Evolution 20:475-476.
pdf Kokko, H. 2005. Useful ways of being wrong. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 18:1155-1157.
pdf Kokko, H. & Sutherland, W. J. 1999. What do impact factors tell us? Trends in Ecology & Evolution 14:382-384.
Lindström, J., Kokko, H., Ranta, E. & Lindén, H. 1998. Predicting population fluctuations with artificial neural networks. Wildlife Biology 4:47-53.
Kokko, H. & Ebenhard, T. 1996. Measuring the strength of demographic stochasticity. Journal of Theoretical Biology 183:169-178.

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