Joel E. Cohen

Vita Research Laboratory of Populations

Academic Books

1

1966

Translation from the French of Abraham Moles' Information Theory and Esthetic Perception. Urbana: University of Illinois Press. 217pp.

2

1967

A Model of Simple Competition. Annals of the Computation Laboratory 41. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press. 138 pp.

3

1971

Casual Groups of Monkeys and Men: Stochastic Models of Elemental Social Systems. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press. 175 pp.

4

1978

Food Webs and Niche Space. Monographs in Population Biology 11. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press. 190 pp.

5

1986

(J. E. Cohen, Harry Kesten & Charles M. Newman, editors) Random Matrices and Their Applications. Contemporary Mathematics 50. Providence, RI: American Mathematical Society. 358 pp.

6

1990

(J. E. Cohen, Frédéric Briand & Charles M. Newman) Community Food Webs: Data and Theory. Biomathematics 20. Heidelberg & New York: Springer-Verlag. 308 pp.

7

1993

(Hiroya Kawanabe, J. E. Cohen & Keiji Iwasaki, editors) Mutualism and Community Organization: Behavioural, Theoretical, and Food-Web Approaches. Oxford: Oxford University Press. 426 pp.

8

1995

How Many People Can the Earth Support? New York: W. W. Norton. 532 pp
1996 paperback
1998 Japanese translation Shin-Jinkou-Ron [New Principle of Population] by Nanako Shigesada, Hiromi Seno & Fugo Takasu. Tokyo: Nosan Gyosan Bunka Kyokai.
1998 Italian translation Quante persone possono vivere sulla terra? by Nanni Negro. Bologna: Il Mulino.
Olivia Schieffelin Nordberg Prize "for excellence in writing in the population sciences," March 1997

9

1998

(J. E. Cohen, J. H. B. Kemperman & Gh. Zbaganu) Comparisons of Stochastic Matrices, with Applications in Information Theory, Statistics, Economics and Population Sciences. Boston, Basel & Berlin: Birkhäuser. 158 pp. http://www.birkhauser.com/cgi-win/ISBN/0-8176-4082-7
Gheorghe Lazar Prize of Romanian Academy, December 2000

10

1999

(J. E. Cohen & Nina V. Fedoroff, editors) Colloquium on Plants and Population: Is There Time? Washington, DC: National Academy Press. 145 pp.

     

Nonacademic Book

 

1992

(Betsy Devine and J. E. Cohen) Absolute Zero Gravity: Science Jokes, Quotes and Anecdotes. New York: Simon and Schuster. 162 pp.

Academic Papers

R = research   E = expository   A = abstract   B = book review

E

1

1961

Some relationships between music and mathematics. Music Educators Journal 48(1):104-109, September-October.

R

2

1961

Groups as machines. Mathematics Student Journal 9(1):5-6, November.

R

3

1962

Information theory and music. Behavioral Science 7(2):137-163, April.

R

4

1962

Further properties of third order determinants. Mathematics Magazine 35(5):304, November.

R

5

1963

The Dred Scott decision: background and implications. Negro History Bulletin 27(4):145-155, January.

E

6

1963

The critic at Harvard: ideals in college music criticism. Music Educators Journal 49(5):119-120, April-May.

R

7

1964

Twisted determinants that sum to zero. Mathematics Magazine 37(4):267-269, September.

R

3a

1964

Teorie informaci a hudba. In: Nové cesty hudby, pp. 180-215. Czech translation by Jan Rychlik. Prague: Dilia.

R

8

1965

Diurnal cycles and maze learning in planarians. Worm Runner's Digest 7(1):20-24, April.

E

9

1965

Love in a test tube. In: "The New Psychology," Harvard Review 3(2):49-56, spring.

A

10

1966

(G. B. Schaller, J. J. Spillett, J. E. Cohen & R. C. De) The status of the large mammals in the Keoladeo Ghana Sanctuary, Rajasthan. International Union for the Conservation of Nature Bulletin N. S. 20:7, July-September.

E

11

1967

Around the world in data ways. Harvard Alumni Bulletin 11 February, pp. 16-32.

R

12

1967

(J. J. Spillett, J. E. Cohen & R. C. De) The large mammals of the Keoladeo Ghana Sanctuary, Rajasthan. Journal of the Bombay Natural History Society 63(3):602-607.

R

13

1968

On estimating the equilibrium and transition probabilities of a finite-state Markov chain from the same data. Biometrics 24(1):185-187, March.

R

14

1968

Alternate derivations of a species-abundance relation. American Naturalist 102:165-172, March-April.

A

15

1969

Grouping in a vervet monkey troop. Proceedings of the Second International Congress of Primatology, Behavior ed. C. R. Carpenter, 1:274-278. Basel: S. Karger.

A

16

1969

Animal aggregations revisited. Biometrics 25(1):191, March.

E

17

1969

Contributions to section, "Mr. Joel Cohen's Visit," pp. 188-192 in: D. C. McClelland & D. G. Winter, Motivating Economic Achievement: Accelerating Economic Development through Psychological Training. New York: Free Press.

R

18

1969

Natural primate troops and a stochastic population model. American Naturalist 103:455-477, September-October. 104:218, March-April.

E

19

1970

Men, models, and mathematics. Harvard Bulletin 72(11):19-23.

R

20

1970

A Markov contingency-table model for replicated Lotka-Volterra systems near equilibrium. American Naturalist 104:547-560, November-December.

B

21

1970

Book review: Introduction to Mathematical Ecology by E. Pielou. American Scientist 58:699, November-December.

R

22

1971

Legal abortions, socioeconomic status, and measured intelligence in the United States. Social Biology 18:55-63, March.

B

23

1971

Book review: Game Theory in the Behavioral Sciences ed. I. Buchler & H. Nutini. Quarterly Review of Biology 46(1):98-99, March.

B

24

1971

Mathematics as metaphor. Book review: Dynamical System Theory in Biology by R. Rosen. Science 172:674-675, 14 May.

R

25

1971

Estimation and interaction in a censored 2 x 2 x 2 contingency table. Biometrics 27:379-386, June; 28:1141, December 1972.

B

26

1971

Book review: Mathematical Sciences and Social Sciences ed. W. Kruskal. American Scientist 59(4):500-501.

R

27

1971

Social grouping and troop size in yellow baboons. Proceedings of the Third International Congress of Primatology 3:58-64. Basel: S. Karger.

R

28

1972

Markov population processes as models of primate social and population dynamics. Theoretical Population Biology 3(2):119-134, June.

R

29

1972

Aping monkeys with mathematics. In: Functional and Evolutionary Biology of the Primates ed. R. H. Tuttle, pp. 415-436. Chicago: Aldine-Atherton.

R

30

1972

When does a leaky compartment model appear to have no leaks? Theoretical Population Biology 3(4):404-405, December.

R

31

1973

Selective host mortality in a catalytic model applied to schistosomiasis.  American Naturalist 107:199-212, March-April.

E

32

1973

Turning the tables. In: Statistics by Example: Exploring Data ed. F. Mosteller et al., pp. 87-90. Reading, MA: Addison Wesley.

E

33

1973

Independence of amoebas. In: Statistics by Example: Weighing Chances ed. F. Mosteller et al., pp. 71-74. Reading, MA: Addison Wesley.

E

34

1973

Mathematics and myth. Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics News 6(3):2-3, June.

R

35

1973

Heterologous immunity in human malaria. Quarterly Review of Biology 48(3):467-489, September.

R

36

1974

Some potential economic benefits of eliminating mortality due to schistosomiasis in Zanzibar. Social Science and Medicine 8:383-398.

B

37

1974

Book review: Mathematical Models of Conception and Birth by M. C. Sheps & J. A. Menken. Journal of the American Statistical Association 69:1046-1047, December.

R

38

1975

Childhood mortality, family size and birth order in pre-industrial Europe. Demography 12(1):35-55, February.

R

39

1975

(J. E. Cohen & H. K. MacWilliams) The control of foot formation in transplantation experiments with Hydra viridis. Journal of Theoretical Biology 50:87-105, January.

R

40

1975

(R. F. Sturrock, J. E. Cohen & G. Webbe) Catalytic curve analysis of schistosomiasis in snails. Annals of Tropical Medicine and Parasitology 69:133-134.

R

41

1975

The size and demographic composition of social groups of wild orangutans. Animal Behaviour 23(3):543-550, August.

R

42

1975

Livelihood benefits of small improvements in the life table. Health Services Research 82-96, spring.

A

43

1975

An ergodic theorem for the age structure of large populations in Markovian environments. Mathematische Modelle in der Biologie, Tagungsbericht 23, Mathematisches Forschungsinstitut Oberwolfach, June.

A

44

1975

Stochastic ergodicity of population age structure. Advances in Applied Probability 7(3):466-467, September.

B

45

1975

Book review: The Genetical Structure of Populations by K. Mather. Quarterly Review of Biology 50(4):454, December.

E

46

1976

Irreproducible results and the breeding of pigs; or nondegenerate limit random variables in biology. BioScience 26(6):391-394, June.

R

47

1976

Ergodicity of age structure in populations with Markovian vital rates, I: Countable states. Journal of the American Statistical Association 71(354):335-339, June.

B

48

1976

Book review: Ecological Diversity by E. C. Pielou. American Scientist 64(3):339, May-June.

E

49

1976

Schistosomiasis¾ a human host-parasite system. Chap. 13 in: Theoretical Ecology: Principles and Applications ed. R. M. May, pp. 237-256. Oxford: Blackwell Scientific; Philadelphia: Saunders.

R

50

1976

(Peter D'Eustachio, J. E. Cohen & Gerald M. Edelman) Variation and control of specific antigen-binding cell populations in individual fetal mice. Journal of Experimental Medicine 144:259-265, July.

R

51

1976

The distribution of the chi-squared statistic under clustered sampling from contingency tables. Journal of the American Statistical Association 71(355):665-670, September.

B

52

1977

Is a primate like a rose? Book review: Proceedings from the Symposia of the Fifth Congress of the International Primatological Society ed. S. Kondo, M. Kawai, A. Ehara, S. Kawamura. Contemporary Psychology 22(4):269-270.

R

53

1977

Ergodicity of age structure in populations with Markovian vital rates, II: General states. Advances in Applied Probability 9:18-37, March.

R

54

1977

(J. E. Cohen, Peter D'Eustachio & Gerald M. Edelman) The specific antigen-binding cell populations of individual fetal mouse spleens: repertoire composition, size and genetic control. Journal of Experimental Medicine 146:394-411, August.

E

55

1977

Mathematical models of schistosomiasis. Annual Review of Ecology and Systematics 8:209-233. Palo Alto: Annual Reviews.

R

56

1977

Ergodicity of age structure in populations with Markovian vital rates, III: Finite-state moments and growth rates; illustration. Advances in Applied Probability 9:462-475, September.

R

57

1977

Food webs and the dimensionality of trophic niche space. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 74(10):4533-4536, October.

R

58

1977

Ratio of prey to predators in community food webs. Nature 270:165-167, 10 November.

B

59

1978

Book review: Applied Mathematical Demography by Nathan Keyfitz. Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics News 11(1):5-8, February.

R

60

1978

A Markov chain with a given stationary distribution. American Statistician 32(1):39, February.

R

61

1978

Derivatives of the spectral radius as a function of nonnegative matrix elements. Mathematical Proceedings of the Cambridge Philosophical Society 83(2):183-190, March-April.

B

62

1978

Book review: Regulation of Parasite Populations ed. Gerald W. Esch. Quarterly Review of Biology 53(1):77, March.

B

63

1978

Book review: Ecosystem Modeling in Theory and Practice ed. Charles A. S. Hall & John W. Day, Jr. American Scientist 66(4):500, July.

R

64

1978

(J. E. Cohen & Peter D'Eustachio) An affine linear model for the relation between two sets of frequency counts. Biometrics 34:514-516, September.

R

65

1978

(Barbara R. Jasny, J. E. Cohen & Igor Tamm) The organization of DNA replication in a mammalian cell line. In: DNA Synthesis: Present and Future. Proceedings of the NATO Advanced Study Institute on DNA Synthesis ed. I. Molineaux & M. Kohiyama, pp. 175-188. New York: Plenum.

R

66

1979

(J. E. Cohen, János Komlós & Thomas Mueller) The probability of an interval graph, and why it matters. In: Relations between Combinatorics and Other Parts of Mathematics ed. D. K. Ray-Chaudhuri, Proceedings of Symposia in Pure Mathematics 34:97-115. Providence, RI: American Mathematical Society.

R

67

1979

The cumulative distance from an observed to a stable age structure. Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics Journal of Applied Mathematics 36(1):169-175, February.

R

68

1979

(J. E. Cohen, Barbara R. Jasny & Igor Tamm) The spatial distribution of initiation sites for mammalian DNA replication: a statistical analysis. Journal of Molecular Biology 128:219-245, 25 February.

R

69

1979

Long-run growth rates of discrete multiplicative processes in Markovian environments. Journal of Mathematical Analysis and Applications 69:243-251.

E

70

1979

(Peter D'Eustachio, J. E. Cohen & Gerald M. Edelman) The ontogeny of antigen-binding cells. In: Developmental Immunobiology; Proceedings of the Fifth Irwin Strasburger Memorial Seminar on Immunology ed. G. W. Siskind, S. D. Litwin & M. E. Weksler, pp. 133-158. New York: Grune & Stratton.

A

71

1979

Ergodic theorems of population dynamics. Rocky Mountain Journal of Mathematics 9(1):27, Winter.

A

72

1979

Graph theoretic models of food webs. Rocky Mountain Journal of Mathematics 9(1):29-30, Winter.

E

73

1979

Ergodic theorems of demography. Bulletin of the American Mathematical Society N.S. 1(2):275-295, March.

E

74

1979

Malaria, a moving target. New York Times Op-Ed page 21, July 1.

B

75

1979

Book review: Time and Man by L. R. B. Elton & H. Messel. BioScience 29(9):545, September.

R

76

1979

Random evolutions and spectral radius of a non-negative matrix. Mathematical Proceedings of the Cambridge Philosophical Society 86(2):345-350, September.

R

77

1979

Contractive inhomogeneous products of non-negative matrices. Mathematical Proceedings of the Cambridge Philosophical Society 86(2):351-364, September.

R

78

1979

(J. E. Cohen & Burton Singer) Malaria in Nigeria: constrained continuous-time Markov models for discrete time longitudinal data on human mixed-species infections. In: Some Mathematical Questions in Biology ed. Simon A. Levin, 12:69-133. Providence: American Mathematical Society.

R

79

1979

Comparative statics and stochastic dynamics of age-structured populations. Theoretical Population Biology 16(2):159-171, October.

R

80

1979

(Igor Tamm, Barbara R. Jasny & J. E. Cohen) Initiation sites for replication of mammalian cell DNA. In: Specific Eukaryotic Genes ed. J. Engberg, H. Klenow & V. Leick, Alfred Benzon Symposium 13:221-226. Amsterdam: Munskgaard.

R

81

1980

Publication rate as a function of laboratory size in a biomedical research institution. Scientometrics 2(1):35-52.

R

82

1979

Random evolutions in discrete and continuous time. Stochastic Processes and Their Applications 9:245-251.

R

83

1980

(Burton Singer & J. E. Cohen) Estimating malaria incidence and recovery rates from panel surveys. Mathematical Biosciences 49:273-305; 1982, 62:151-152.

R

84

1980

(Steve Sommer & J. E. Cohen) The size distribution of proteins, mRNA, and nuclear RNA. Journal of Molecular Evolution 15:37-57.

R

85

1980

Convexity properties of products of random non-negative matrices. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 77(7):3749-3752, July.

R

86

1980

(Barbara R. Jasny, J. E. Cohen & I. Tamm) Effects of reovirus infection on the spatial and temporal organization of DNA replication in L cells. Chromosoma 79:207-214.

R

87

1980

(Louis Molineaux, John Storey, J. E. Cohen & Anthony Thomas) A longitudinal study of human malaria in the West African savanna in the absence of control measures: relationships between different Plasmodium species, in particular P. falciparum and P. malariae. American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 29(5):725-737, September.

E

32a

1980

Japanese translation by Masayasu Murakami et al., pp. 91-95. Tokyo: Baifukan.

E

33a

1980

Japanese translation by Masayasu Murakami et al., pp. 191-195. Tokyo: Baifukan.

E

49a

1980

Schistosomiasis: Ein Parasit-Wirt-System des Menschen. German translation by Odwin Hoffrichter & Klaus Peter Sauer. Chap. 13 in Theoretische Oekologie ed. R. M. May, pp. 213-230. Weinheim, Germany: Verlag Chemie.

E

49b

1980

Chinese translation, pp. 238-259. Beijing, China: Academica Press.

B

88

1980

Book review: Population Dynamics: Alternative Models by B. G. Murray. American Scientist 68:694, November-December.

B

89

1980

Book review: Compartmental Analysis of Ecosystem Models ed. J. H. Matis, B. C. Patten & G. C. White. Quarterly Review of Biology 55(4):453-454, December.

R

90

1981

Convexity of the dominant eigenvalue of an essentially non-negative matrix. Proceedings of the American Mathematical Society 81(4):657-658, April.

B

91

1981

Book review: Reversibility and Stochastic Networks by F. P. Kelly. Technometrics 23(2):206-207, May.

R

92

1981

Publication rate as a function of laboratory size in three biomedical research institutions. Scientometrics 3(6):467-487, November.

R

93

1981

A geometric representation of a stochastic matrix: theorem and conjecture. Annals of Probability 9(5):899-901, October.

A

94

1981

Some trees are not interval graphs. (Letter to the Editor) Bulletin of Mathematical Biology 43(6):717.

R

95

1982

The asymptotic probability that a random graph is a unit interval graph, indifference graph, or proper interval graph. Discrete Mathematics 40(1):21-24, June.

A

96

1982

The invariant distribution of Markovian products of random matrices. Institute of Mathematical Statistics Bulletin 11(4):185, May.

A

97

1982

Eigenvalue inequalities for random evolutions. Institute of Mathematical Statistics Bulletin 11(4):193, May.

B

98

1982

Book review: Geometry of Biological Time by A. T. Winfree. Bulletin of the American Mathematical Society 7(1):280-283, July.

R

99

1982

(J. E. Cohen, S. Friedland, T. Kato & F. P. Kelly) Eigenvalue inequalities for products of matrix exponentials. Linear Algebra and Its Applications 45:55-95, June. Reprinted by the International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis, Laxenburg, Austria, as Research Report RR-83-23.

R

100

1982

(J. E. Cohen & Peter H. Sellers) Sets of non-negative matrices with positive inhomogeneous products. Linear Algebra and Its Applications 47:185-192.

R

101

1982

Multiregional age-structured populations with changing rates: weak and stochastic ergodic theorems. In: Multidimensional Mathematical Demography ed. K. C. Land & A. Rogers, pp. 47-503. New York: Academic.

E

102

1983

How is the past related to the future? Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences Annual Report 1982, pp. 59-71. Stanford, CA: Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences.

A

103

1983

(J. E. Cohen & Charles M. Newman) The stability of large random systems. Institute of Mathematical Statistics Bulletin 12(4):184-27, July.

R

104

1983

Recent progress and problems in food web theory. In: Current Trends in Food Web Theory ed. D. L. DeAngelis, W. M. Post & G. Sugihara. ORNL-5983:17-24. Oak Ridge, TN: Oak Ridge National Laboratory.

E

105

1984

Demographic doomsday deferred. Harvard Magazine 86(3):50-51, January-February.

B

106

1983

Book review: Finite Markov Processes and Their Applications by M. Iosifescu. Mathematical Biosciences 64:299-301.

R

107

1983

(J. E. Cohen, S. W. Christensen & C. P. Goodyear) A stochastic age-structured population model of striped bass (Morone saxatilis) in the Potomac River. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 40:2170-2183, December.

R

108

1984

Statistical theory aids inference in scientometrics. Scientometrics 6(1):27-32, January.

R

109

1984

(Frédéric Briand & J. E. Cohen) Community food webs have scale-invariant structure. Nature 307:264-266, January.

R

110

1984

(J. E. Cohen & Charles M. Newman) The stability of large random matrices and their products. Annals of Probability 12(2):283-310, May.

R

111

1984

(J. E. Cohen & Frédéric Briand) Trophic links of community food webs. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences U.S.A. 81:4105-4109, July.

R

112

1984

Eigenvalue inequalities for random evolutions: origins and open problems. In: Inequalities in Statistics and Probability ed. Y. L. Tong, Institute of Mathematical Statistics Lecture Notes--Monograph Series 5:41-53.

B

113

1984

Book review: Biomathematics of Malaria by Norman T. J. Bailey. Statistics in Medicine 3(1):93-95, January-March.

B

114

1984

Book review: Population and Development: Challenges and Prospects ed. P. M. Hauser. American Journal of Sociology 90(2):472-474, September.

E

115

1984

Demography and morbidity: a survey of some interactions. In: Population and Biology ed. Nathan Keyfitz, pp. 199-221. Liege, Belgium: Ordina Editions.

A

116

1985

(J. E. Cohen & C. M. Newman) When will a large complex system be stable? Journal of Theoretical Biology 113:153-156, March 7.

R

117

1985

(J. E. Cohen & S. Friedland) The game-theoretic value and the spectral radius of a nonnegative matrix. Proceedings of the American Mathematical Society 93(2):205-211.

E

118

1985

Ergodicity. Markov chain models. Transition matrix. Entries on pp. 72, 135-136, 223 in: Roland Pressat, Dictionary of Demography ed. Christopher Wilson. 304 pp. Oxford: Basil Blackwell.

R

119

1985

(C. P. Goodyear, J. E. Cohen & S. W. Christensen) Maryland striped bass: recruitment declining below replacement. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 114(1):146-151.

E

120

1985

Mathematical demography: recent developments in population projections. Proceedings of the 20th General Congress of the International Union for the Scientific Study of Populations, Florence, June, 1985. Paper 22.1, pp. 179-189.

R

121

1985

Can fitness be aggregated? American Naturalist 125(5):716-729.

R

122

1985

(C. C. Heyde & J. E. Cohen) Confidence intervals for demographic projections based on products of random matrices. Theoretical Population Biology 27(2):120-153, April.

R

123

1985

(J. E. Cohen & Charles M. Newman) A stochastic theory of community food webs: I. Models and aggregated data. Proceedings of the Royal Society (London) series B 224:421-448.

R

124

1985

(J. E. Cohen, Charles M. Newman & Frédéric Briand) A stochastic theory of community food webs: II. Individual webs. Proceedings of the Royal Society (London) series B 224:449-461.

R

125

1985

(Charles M. Newman, J. E. Cohen & Claude Kipnis) Neo-Darwinian evolution implies punctuated equilibria. Nature 315(6018):400-401, May.

A

126

1985

Measuring the uncertainty of population forecasts: a comparison of two approaches. Advances in Applied Probability 17:246-247.

R

127

1986

An uncertainty principle in demography with application to the unisex issue. American Statistician 40(1):32-39, February.

R

128

1986

Population forecasts and confidence intervals for Sweden: a comparison of model-based and empirical approaches. Demography 23(1):105-126, February; 25(2):315, May 1988.

R

129

1986

Connectivity of finite anisotropic random graphs and directed graphs. Mathematical Proceedings of the Cambridge Philosophical Society 99(2):315-330, March.

R

130

1986

(Robert A. Desharnais & J. E. Cohen) Life not lived due to disequilibrium in heterogeneous age-structured populations. Theoretical Population Biology 29(3):385-406, June.

R

131

1986

Perturbation theory of completely mixed matrix games. Linear Algebra and Its Applications 79:153-162.

R

132

1986

(J. E. Cohen, Frédéric Briand & Charles M. Newman) A stochastic theory of community food webs: III. Predicted and observed lengths of food chains. Proceedings of the Royal Society (London) series B 228:317-353.

R

133

1986

(Charles M. Newman & J. E. Cohen) A stochastic theory of community food webs: IV. Theory of food chain lengths in large webs. Proceedings of the Royal Society (London) series B 228:355-377.

B

134

1986

Use of the common denominator: Reviews of IMA Journal of Mathematics Applied in Medicine and Biology and Communications in Statistics - Stochastic Models. Nature 323:375, 25 September.

R

135

1986

(J. E. Cohen, John Hajnal & Charles M. Newman) Approaching consensus can be delicate when positions harden. Stochastic Processes and Their Applications 22:315-322.

B

136

1986

A life of the immeasurable mind. Book review: Enigmas of Chance by Mark Kac. Annals of Probability 14(4):1139-1148.

B

137

1987

Old diseases in New World. Book review: Ecological Imperialism The Biological Expansion of Europe, 900-1900 by Alfred W. Crosby. Wall Street Journal 209(13):32, 20 January.

B

138

1987

The dangers of abstraction. Book review: Descartes' Dream: The World According to Mathematics by Philip Davis & Reuben Hersh. Wall Street Journal 209(74):29, 16 April.

A

139

1987

Food webs: random graphs are useful in ecology! Institute of Mathematical Statistics Bulletin 16(3):109, Abstract 200-16, April.

R

140

1987

(J. E. Cohen & Roger D. Nussbaum) Arithmetic-geometric means of positive matrices. Mathematical Proceedings of the Cambridge Philosophical Society 101(2):209-219, March.

R

141

1987

(Laifu Liu & J. E. Cohen) Equilibrium and local stability in a logistic matrix model for age-structured populations. Journal of Mathematical Biology 25(1):73-88.

A

142

1987

Sexual behavior and randomized responses. (Letter) Science 236:1503, 19 June.

R

143

1987

The sensitivity of expected spanning trees in anisotropic random graphs. Annals of Discrete Mathematics 33:9-16.

B

144

1987

Making democratic babies. Book review: The Birth Dearth by Ben J. Wattenberg. Wall Street Journal p. 22, 6 August.

R

145

1987

(Frédéric Briand & J. E. Cohen) Environmental correlates of food chain length. Science 238(4829):956-960, 13 November.

E

146

1987

Stochastic demography. In: Encyclopedia of Statistical Sciences ed. S. Kotz & N. L. Johnson, 8:789-801. New York: John Wiley.

E

147

1987

Lotka, Alfred James. In: The New Palgrave: A Dictionary of Economic Theory and Doctrine ed. J. Eatwell, M. Milgate, P. Newman, 3:245-247. London: Macmillan; New York: Stockton Press.

R

148

1988

Subadditivity, generalized products of random matrices and operations research. Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics Review 30(1):69-86, March.

E

149

1988

Threshold phenomena in random structures. Discrete Applied Mathematics 19:113-128, March. Reprinted in: Applications of Graphs in Chemistry and Physics ed. J. W. Kennedy & L. V. Quintas, pp. 113-128. Amsterdam: North-Holland.

R

150

1988

(F. R. K. Chung, J. E. Cohen & Ronald L. Graham) Pursuit-evasion games on graphs. Journal of Graph Theory 12(2):159-167, May.

B

151

1988

Renaissance number crunching for profit. Book review: Capitalism and Arithmetic: The New Math of the 15th Century by Frank J. Swetz. Wall Street Journal, p. 32, 14 September.

A

152

1988

Food webs, ecological communities, and random graphs. In: Mathematical Biology: Proceedings of the International Conference on Biomathematics ed. Chen Lansun, G. P. Patil, You Zhaoyong, Li Dianmo, Ma Zhien. p. 8. Xi'an, China: Xi'an Jiaotong University Press.

E

153

1988

The counterintuitive in conflict and cooperation. American Scientist 76:576-583, November-December.

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154

1988

(J. E. Cohen & Charles M. Newman) Dynamic basis of food web organization. Ecology 69(6):1655-1664, December.

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1988

Estimating the effect of successful malaria control programs on mortality. Population Bulletin of the United Nations ST/ESA/SER.N/25:6-26.

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(J. E. Cohen, Victor R. Fuchs, Paul A. Samuelson & Michael S. Teitelbaum) Correspondence regarding J. E. Cohen's "Making democratic babies" (item 144 above). Population and Environment 10(1):59-72, Fall.

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Untangling "an entangled bank": recent facts and theories about food webs. In: Community Ecology ed. Alan Hastings. Lecture Notes in Biomathematics 77:72-91. Heidelberg: Springer-Verlag.

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Spectral inequalities for matrix exponentials. Linear Algebra and Its Applications 111:25-28, December.

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(Frédéric Briand & J. E. Cohen) Habitat compartmentation and environmental correlates of food chain length: reply to J. C. Moore, D. E. Walter & H. W. Hunt. Science 243:239-240, 13 January.

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Big fish, little fish: finding patterns in predator-prey relationships. The Sciences (New York Academy of Sciences) 29(2):37-42, March-April.

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Food webs and community structure. In: Perspectives on Ecological Theory ed. Jonathan Roughgarden, Robert M. May, Simon A. Levin, pp. 181-202. Princeton: Princeton University Press.

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1989

(J. E. Cohen, Ezio Marchi & Jorge A. Oviedo) Perturbation theory of completely mixed bimatrix games. Linear Algebra and Its Applications 114/115:169-180, March.

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Statistical concepts relevant to AIDS. In: Symposium on Statistics in Science, Industry, and Public Policy ed. National Research Council, Board on Mathematical Sciences, pp. 43-51. Washington, DC: National Academy Press.

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1989

(J. E. Cohen & Charles M. Newman) Host-parasite relations and random zero-sum games: the stabilizing effect of strategy diversification. American Naturalist 133:533-552, April.

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Book review: Science and Technology Advice to the President, Congress, and Judiciary ed. William T. Golden. American Scholar 58(3):471-474.

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1988

(Roger D. Nussbaum & J. E. Cohen) The arithmetic-geometric mean and its generalizations for noncommuting linear operators. Annali della Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa, Scienze Fisiche e Matematiche Ser. IV, 25(2):239-308.

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Ecology: just proportions in food webs. Nature 341:104-105, 14 September.

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1989

Comment on "The World Fertility Survey: an appraisal of methodology."   Journal of the American Statistical Association 84(407):772-774, September.

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1990

A stochastic model of community food webs: VI. Heterogeneous alternatives to the cascade model. Theoretical Population Biology 37(1):55-90, February.

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1990

DNA fingerprinting for forensic identification: potential effects on data interpretation of subpopulation heterogeneity and band number variability. American Journal of Human Genetics 46(2):358-368, February.

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1990

(J. E. Cohen & Zbigniew J. Palka) A stochastic theory of community food webs: V. Intervality and triangularity in the trophic niche overlap graph. American Naturalist 135(3):435-463, March.

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1990

(J. E. Cohen, T. Luczak, C. M. Newman & Z.-M. Zhou) Stochastic structure and non-linear dynamics of food webs: qualitative stability in a Lotka-Volterra cascade model. Proceedings of the Royal Society (London) series B 240(1299):607-627, 22 June.

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1990

(Roger D. Nussbaum & J. E. Cohen) Convexity properties of the arithmetic-geometric mean and its generalizations. Numerical Functional Analysis and Optimization 11(1-2):33-44.

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1990

Book review: Population System Control by Song Jian & Yu Jingyuan. Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics Review 32(3):494-500, September.

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1990

Grösse, Alter und Produktivität wissenschaftlicher und technischer Forschungsgruppen. In: Generationsdynamik und Innovation in der Grundlagenforschung, Max-Planck-Gesellschaft Berichte und Mitteilungen Heft 3/90, ed. P. H. Hofschneider, K.-U. Mayer, trans. U. Opolka, pp. 139-163. München.

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Size, age and productivity of scientific and technical research groups. Scientometrics 20(3):395-416.

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1990

(J. E. Cohen & Frank P. Kelly) A paradox of congestion in a queuing network. Journal of Applied Probability 27:730-734, September.

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1990

DNA fingerprinting: what (really) are the odds? Chance: New Directions for Statistics and Computing 3(3):26-32, summer.

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1991

The physics of chicken fat. Book review: Life's Devices: The Physical World of Animals and Plants by Steven Vogel. American Scholar 60(1):153-154, winter.

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1991

Möbius inversion of random acyclic directed graphs. Studies in Applied Mathematics 84:1-6.

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1991

(Hal Caswell & J. E. Cohen) Disturbance, interspecific interaction and diversity in metapopulations. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 42:193-218.

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1991

(Hal Caswell & J. E. Cohen) Disturbance, interspecific interaction and diversity in metapopulations. Reprinted in: Metapopulation Dynamics: Empirical and Theoretical Investigations ed. Michael E. Gilpin & Ilkka Hanski, pp. 193-218. New York: Academic Press.

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1991

Thinking otherwise. Book review: The Emperor's New Mind: Concerning Computers, Minds, and the Laws of Physics by Roger Penrose. American Scholar 60(2):300-302, spring.

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1991

(Stuart L. Pimm, John H. Lawton & J. E. Cohen) Food web patterns and their consequences. Nature 350:669-674, 25 April.

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1991

(Hal Caswell & J. E. Cohen) Communities in patchy environments: a model of disturbance, competition and heterogeneity. In: Ecological Heterogeneity ed. Jurek Kolasa & Steward T. A. Pickett, pp. 97-122. New York, Heidelberg: Springer-Verlag.

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1991

(T. Luczak & J. E. Cohen) Stability of vertices in random Boolean cellular automata. Random Structures and Algorithms 2(3):327-334.

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1991

(Ezio Marchi, Jorge A. Oviedo & J. E. Cohen) Perturbation theory of a nonlinear game of von Neumann. Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics Journal on Matrix Analysis and Applications 12(3):592-596, July.

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1991

(J. E. Cohen & Paul Horowitz) Paradoxical behaviour of mechanical and electrical networks. Nature 352:699-701, 22 August.

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1991

(Kenneth Schoenly & J. E. Cohen) Temporal variation in food web structure: 16 empirical cases. Ecological Monographs 61(3):267-298.

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1991

Food webs as a focus for unifying ecological theory. Ecology International (International Association for Ecology Bulletin) 19:1-13.

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1991

(J. E. Cohen, Michael Lynch & Charles E. Taylor) Forensic DNA tests and Hardy-Weinberg equilibrium (comment). Science 253:1037-1038, 30 August.

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1991

Comment: Partially observed Markov chains and genetic demography. Statistical Science 6(3):275-277.

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1992

(J. E. Cohen & T. ) Trophic levels in community food webs. Evolutionary Ecology 6:73-89.

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1991

(J. E. Cohen & Charles M. Newman) Community area and food chain length: theoretical predictions. American Naturalist 138(6):1542-1554, December.

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1992

Supermultiplicative inequalities for the permanent of nonnegative matrices. Mathematics Magazine 65(1):41-44, February.

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1992

The complexity of simplicity. Book review: Simplicity and Complexity in Games of the Intellect by L. B. Slobodkin. BioScience 42(6):459-460.

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1991

Book review: Applied Mathematical Ecology ed. S. A. Levin, T. G. Hallam & L. J. Gross. Ecological Economics 3(2):168-169, July.

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1992

(J. E. Cohen & Thomas M. Liggett) Random arithmetic-geometric means and random pi: observations and conjectures. Stochastic Processes and Their Applications 41:261-271.

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1992

How many people can Earth hold? Discover 13(11):114-119, November.

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Old words from the wise. (Letter) Science 258(5084):876, 6 November.

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1992

The ceiling principle is not always conservative in assigning genotype frequencies for forensic DNA testing. American Journal of Human Genetics 51(5):1165-1168, November.

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Going bananas. Book review: The Egalitarians¾ Human and Chimpanzee: An Anthropological View of Social Organization by M. Power. American Scholar 62(1):154-157.

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1992

Book review: Infectious Diseases of Humans: Dynamics and Control by R. M. Anderson and R. M. May. Journal of the American Medical Association 268(23):3381, 16 December.

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1992

(T. & J. E. Cohen) Giant components in three-parameter random directed graphs. Advances in Applied Probability 24(4):845-857, December.

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1993

Network paradoxes and the inefficiency of noncooperative games. Proceedings of the 1993 IEEE International Symposium on Information Theory (San Antonio, TX, USA, January. 17-22, 1993), page 1. Information Theory Society of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Piscataway, NJ.

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1993

(J. E. Cohen, R. Beaver, S. Cousins, D. DeAngelis, L. Goldwasser, K. L. Heong, R. Holt, A. Kohn, J. Lawton, N. Martinez, R. O'Malley, L. Page, B. Patten, S. Pimm, G. Polis, M. Rejmánek, T. Schoener, K. Schoenly, W. G. Sprules, J. Teal, R. Ulanowicz, P. Warren, H. Wilbur & P. Yodzis) Improving food webs. Ecology 74(1):252-258.

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Grösse, Alter und Produktivität wissenschaftlicher und technischer Forschungsgruppen. In: Generationsdynamik in der Forschung, ed. Karl Ulrich Mayer, trans. U. Opolka, pp. 125-149. Campus Verlag, Frankfurt, New York.

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1993

(J. E. Cohen, Stuart L. Pimm, Peter Yodzis & Joan Saldaña) Body sizes of animal predators and animal prey in food webs. Journal of Animal Ecology 62:67-78.

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(J. E. Cohen, Yoh Iwasa, Gh. Rautu, Mary Beth Ruskai, Eugene Seneta & Gheorghe Zbaganu) Relative entropy under mappings by stochastic matrices. Linear Algebra and Its Applications 179:211-235, January 15.

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Foreword. In: Patch Dynamics. Lecture Notes in Biomathematics 96, ed. Simon A. Levin, Thomas M. Powell & John H. Steele, p. v. Heidelberg: Springer-Verlag.

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(John H. Steele, Stephen R. Carpenter, J. E. Cohen, Paul K. Dayton & Robert E. Ricklefs) Comparing terrestrial and marine ecological systems. In: Patch Dynamics. Lecture Notes in Biomathematics 96, ed. Simon A. Levin, Thomas M. Powell & John H. Steele, pp. 1-12. Heidelberg: Springer-Verlag.

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1993

(T. & J. E. Cohen) Stratigraphy of a random acyclic directed graph: the size of trophic levels in the cascade model. Annals of Applied Probability 3(2):403-420, May.

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1993

(Jennifer R. Slimowitz & J. E. Cohen) Violations of the ceiling principle: exact conditions and statistical evidence. American Journal of Human Genetics 53:314-323, August.

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1993

(J. E. Cohen, Yves Derriennic & Gh. Zbaganu) Majorization, monotonicity of relative entropy, and stochastic matrices. In: Proceedings of the Doeblin Conference, ed. Harry Cohn. Contemporary Mathematics 149:251-259. Providence, RI: American Mathematical Society.

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1993

(J. E. Cohen & Uriel G. Rothblum) Nonnegative ranks, decompositions and factorizations of nonnegative matrices. Linear Algebra and Its Applications 190:149-168.

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1993

Population forecasts and confidence intervals for Sweden: a comparison of model-based and empirical approaches. Reprinted in: Readings in Population Research Methodology, ed. Donald J. Bogue, Eduardo E. Arriaga & Douglas L. Anderton 5(17):40-49. Chicago, IL: Social Development Center for the United Nations Population Fund.

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1993

(Hal Caswell & J. E. Cohen) Local and regional regulation of species-area relations: a patch-occupancy model. In: Species Diversity in Ecological Communities: Historical and Geographical Perspectives, ed. Robert E. Ricklefs & Dolph Schluter, pp. 99-107. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

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1993

(Fugo Takasu, Kohkichi Kawasaki, Hiroshi Nakamura, J. E. Cohen & Nanako Shigesada) Modeling the population dynamics of a cuckoo-host association and the evolution of host defenses. American Naturalist 142(5):819-839, November.

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1994

Marine and continental food webs: three paradoxes? Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society 343:57-69, January.

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1994

(Ignacio Barradas & J. E. Cohen) Iterated exponentiation, matrix-matrix exponentiation and entropy. Journal of Mathematical Analysis and Applications 183(1):76-88.

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1994

(Zbigniew J. Palka & J. E. Cohen) Isolated vertices of random niche overlap graphs. Ars Combinatoria 37:65-74.

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1994

(Ignacio Barradas & J. E. Cohen) Disturbances allow coexistence of competing species. Journal of Mathematical Biology 32:663-676.

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1994

(Lynn Margulis & J. E. Cohen) Combinatorial generation of taxonomic diversity: implication of symbiogenesis for the Proterozoic fossil record. In: Early Life on Earth: Nobel Symposium 84 ed. Stefan Bengtson, pp. 327-333. New York: Columbia University Press.

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1994

(J. E. Cohen, Kenneth Schoenly, K. L. Heong, Hilario Justo, Gertrudo Arida, Alberto T. Barrion & James A. Litsinger) A food web approach to evaluating the effect of insecticide spraying on insect pest population dynamics in a Philippine irrigated rice ecosystem. Journal of Applied Ecology 31:747-763.

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1994

(Yoshiaki Itoh & J. E. Cohen) Competitive ternary interactions and relative entropy of solutions. Journal of Physics A 27(19):6383-6393.

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1994

Lorenzo Camerano's contribution to early food web theory. In: Frontiers of Theoretical Biology. Lecture Notes in Biomathematics 100, ed. Simon A. Levin, pp. 351-359. New York: Springer-Verlag.

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(Translation by Claudia M. Jacobi, edited by J. E. Cohen) Lorenzo Camerano, On the equilibrium of living beings due to reciprocal destruction (1880). In: Frontiers of Theoretical Biology. Lecture Notes in Biomathematics 100, ed. Simon A. Levin, pp. 360-380. New York: Springer-Verlag.

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1994

Speculations on the future of food webs. In: Frontiers of Theoretical Biology. Lecture Notes in Biomathematics 100, ed. Simon A. Levin, pp. 346-350. New York: Springer-Verlag.

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1995

The uniqueness of present human population growth. In: The Way Things Are: A Science Tool-Kit for the Mind ed. John Brockman & Katinka Matson, pp. 277-283. New York: William Morrow; London: J. M. Dent.

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1995

Random graphs in ecology. In: Topics in Probability and Its Applications ed. J. Laurie Snell, pp. 233-260. Probability and Stochastics series. Boca Raton, FL & New York: CRC Press.

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1995

Population growth and Earth's human carrying capacity.  Science 269:341-346, 21 July.

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1995

Conflicts over world population: Cairo and beyond. In: Science, Technology, and New Global Realities: Issues for U.S. Foreign Policy ed. Susan U. Raymond, pp. 7-16. Science in Society Policy Report. New York: New York Academy of Sciences.

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1995

(Hal Caswell & J. E. Cohen) Red, white and blue: environmental variance spectra and coexistence in metapopulations. Journal of Theoretical Biology 176:301-316.

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1995

How many people can the Earth support? The Sciences (New York Academy of Sciences) 35(6):18-23, November-December; correspondence, 36(1):3-5, January-February 1996.

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1995

(Kenneth G. Schoenly, J. E. Cohen, K. L. Heong, Gertrudo S. Arida, Alberto T. Barrion & James A. Litsinger) Quantifying the impact of insecticides on food web structure of rice-arthropod populations in a Philippine farmer's irrigated field: a case study. In: Food Webs: Integration of Patterns and Dynamics ed. Gary A. Polis & Kirk Winemiller, pp. 343-351. London & New York: Chapman & Hall.

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1995

Unexpected dominance of high frequencies in chaotic nonlinear population models. Nature 378:610-612, 7 December. Also see: News and views, Ecology: from out of the blue, by G. Sugihara, 378:559-560.

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How many people can the Earth support? Population Today 24(1):4-6, January.

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1996

How many people can the Earth support? An interview. Environmental Review 3(1):1-6, January.

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1996

Maximum occupancy. American Demographics 18(2):44-51, February.

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1996

Ten myths of population. Discover 17(4):42-47, April.

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1996

(Ricardo E. Gürtler, María C. Cecere, Diego P. Vázquez, Roberto Chuit, and J. E. Cohen) Host-feeding patterns of domiciliary Triatoma infestans (Hempitera: Reduviidae) in northwest Argentina: seasonal and instar variation. Journal of Medical Entomology 33:15-26.

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Ecologists ask economists: is the price right? The Scientist 10(6):11, March 18.

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1996

(Clark Jeffries & J. E. Cohen) Marker transport through ecosystem energy flow. Journal of Theoretical Biology 179:323-328.

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(María C. Cecere, Ricardo E. Gürtler, Delmi Canale, Robert Chuit & J. E. Cohen) El papel del peridomicilio en la eliminación de Triatoma infestans de comunidades rurales argentinas. Boletín de la Oficina Sanitaria Panamericana 121(1):1-10, July.

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1996

(Ricardo E. Gürtler, María C. Cecere, Monica B. Castañera, Delmi Canale, Marta A. Lauricella, Roberto Chuit, J. E. Cohen & Elsa L. Segura) Probability of infection with Trypanosoma cruzi of the vector Triatoma infestans fed on infected humans and dogs in northwest Argentina. American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 55(1):24-31; erratum 55(4):465.

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1994

Fertility incentives and participation in localities with limited means: a dynamic model of per capita resources. Mathematical Population Studies 5(1):3-24.

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1996

(Kenneth G. Schoenly, J. E. Cohen, K. L. Heong, James A. Litsinger, G. B. Aquino, Alberto T. Barrion & Gertrudo S. Arida) Food web dynamics of irrigated Philippine rice fields at five sites along an elevational gradient. Bulletin of Entomological Research 86:451-466.

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1996

Book review: Game Control by Lionel Shriver. Population and Development Review 22(3):578-580, September.

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1996

(John Bongaarts, J. E. Cohen & Allan Rosenfield) Living heavily on the Earth. 21st C. (Columbia University) 2(1):5-6.

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1996

(J. E. Cohen & David Tilman) Biosphere 2 and biodiversity--the lessons so far. (image) Science 274(5290):1150-1151, 15 November.

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1997

Conservation and human population growth: what are the linkages? In: The Ecological Basis of Conservation: Heterogeneity, Ecosystems, and Biodiversity, ed. Steward T. A. Pickett, Richard S. Ostfeld, Moshe Shachak & Gene Likens, pp. 29-42. New York, London: Chapman & Hall.

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A vision of the future. In: The Ecological Basis of Conservation: Heterogeneity, Ecosystems, and Biodiversity, ed. Steward T. A. Pickett, Richard S. Ostfeld, Moshe Shachak and Gene Likens, pp. 400-403. New York, London: Chapman & Hall.

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Population and migration: links with economics, the environment and culture. In: The Convergence of U.S. National Security and the Global Environment, ed. Dick Clark. Aspen Institute Congressional Program 11(4):23-28. Washington, DC: Aspen Institute.

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1996

(Ignacio Barradas, Hal Caswell & J. E. Cohen) Competition during colonization vs competition after colonization in disturbed environments: a metapopulation approach. Bulletin of Mathematical Biology 58(6):1187-1207, November.

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1997

(Sophia Kalpazidou & J. E. Cohen) Orthogonal cycle transforms of stochastic matrices. Circuits, Systems and Signal Processing 16(3):363-374.

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1997

(Christopher Small & J. E. Cohen) Hypsography meets demography: how many people can the beach support? EARTHmatters (Columbia Earth Institute) pp. 8-9, May.

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1997

(J. E. Cohen and Clark Jeffries) Congestion resulting from increased capacity in single-server queueing networks. Transactions on Networking (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers & Association for Computing Machinery) 5(2):305-310, April.

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How many people can the Earth support? In: Population, Environment, and Development, ed. R. K. Pachuari and Lubina F. Qureshy, pp. 35-44. New Delhi, India: Tata Energy Research Institute.

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1997

Book review: Matters of Life and Death: Perspectives on Public Health, Molecular Biology, Cancer and the Prospects for the Human Race by J. Cairns. Nature 387(6633):565-566, 5 June.

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1997

(Ricardo E. Gürtler, J. E. Cohen, María C. Cecere & Roberto Chuit) Shifting host choices of the vector of Chagas disease, Triatoma infestans, in relation to the availability of hosts in houses in north-west Argentina. Journal of Applied Ecology 34:699-715.

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1997

(María C. Cecere, Ricardo E. Gürtler, Delmi Canale, Robert Chuit & J. E. Cohen) The role of the peridomiciliary area in the elimination of Triatoma infestans from rural Argentine communities. Pan American Journal of Public Health 1(4):273-279, April.

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Why should more United States tax money be used to pay for development assistance in poor countries? Population and Development Review 23(3):579-584, September.

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1997

(J. E. Cohen, Christopher Small, Andrew Mellinger, John Gallup & Jeffrey D. Sachs) Estimates of coastal populations. (Letter) Science 278:1211-1212, 14 November.

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1997

Population, economics, environment, and culture: an introduction to human carrying capacity. Journal of Applied Ecology 34:1325-1333, December.

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1997

Food web. In: McGraw-Hill Encyclopedia of Science and Technology 8th ed. 7:362-363. New York: McGraw-Hill.

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1997

(María C. Cecere, Ricardo E. Gürtler, Roberto Chuit & J. E. Cohen) Effects of chickens on the prevalence of infestation and population density of Triatoma infestans in rural houses of north-west Argentina. Medical and Veterinary Entomology 11:383-388.

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(Adam E. Cohen, Andrew Gonzalez, John H. Lawton, Owen L. Petchey, Dennis Wildman & J. E. Cohen) A novel experimental apparatus to study the impact of white noise and 1/f noise on animal populations. Proceedings of the Royal Society (London) series B 265:11-15.

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1998

How many people can the Earth support? Bulletin of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences 51(4):25-39, March/April.

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1998

A global garden in the 21st century? The Key Reporter (Phi Beta Kappa, Washington, DC) 63(3):1-5, spring. Reply to correspondence, 63(4):7, summer.

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1998

(Ricardo E. Gürtler, J. E. Cohen, María C. Cecere, Marta A. Lauricella, Roberto Chuit & Elsa L. Segura) Influence of humans and domestic animals on the household prevalence of Trypanosoma cruzi in Triatoma infestans populations in northwest Argentina. American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 58(6):748-758.

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1998

Cooperation and self-interest: Pareto-inefficiency of Nash equilibria in finite random games. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences U.S.A. 95:9724-9731, 18 August. http://www.pnas.org/cgi/content/abstract/95/17/9724

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How many people can the Earth support? New York Review of Books 45(15):29-31, 8 October. http://www.nyrev.com/nyrev/WWWarchdisplay.cgi?1998100829F

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1998

A global garden in the 21st century? EarthMatters (Columbia Earth Institute), pp. 4-24, fall.

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1998

(María C. Cecere, Ricardo E. Gürtler, Roberto Chuit & J. E. Cohen) Factors limiting the domestic density of Triatoma infestans, vector of Chagas disease, in north-west Argentina: a longitudinal study. Bulletin of the World Health Organization 76(4):373-384. http://www.who.int/pub/bull_76.html#Volume 76, Number 4, 1998

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1998

Immigration and population: is it time to close the golden door? In: Annual Report and Proceedings of the Vail Valley Institute 1997 Seminar VI ed. Elizabeth Eber, pp. 18-22. Vail, CO: Vail Valley Institute.

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1998

(J. E. Cohen & Christopher Small) Hypsographic demography: The distribution of the human population by altitude. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences U.S.A. 95(24):14009-14014, 24 November. http://www.pnas.org/cgi/content/abstract/95/24/14009

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1999

Book review: The bright side of the plague. The Black Death and the Transformation of the West by David Herlihy. New York Review of Books 46(4):26-28, 4 March.
http://www.nyrev.com/nyrev/WWWfeatdisplay.cgi?19990304026R

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1998

(Ricardo E. Gürtler, Roberto Chuit, María C. Cecere, Monica B. Castañera, J. E. Cohen & Elsa L. Segura) Household prevalence of seropositivity for Trypanosoma cruzi in northwest Argentina: environmental, demographic and entomologic associations. American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 59(5):741-749.

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1999

A global garden in the 21st century? The Reporter (Zero Population Growth) 31(1):14-17, February

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1999

Book review: Despairing optimism. Feeding the Ten Billion: Plants and Population Growth by Lloyd T. Evans. Trends in Ecology & Evolution 14(4)[154]:163-165, April.

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1999

Should population projections consider "limiting factors"--and if so, how? In: Advances in Population Projections, ed. Wolfgang Lutz, James W. Vaupel, & Dennis Ahlburg, pp. 118-138. Population and Development Review Supplement to Vol. 24.

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1999

(Ricardo E. Gürtler, María C. Cecere, Delmi Canale, Monica B. Castañera, Roberto Chuit & J. E. Cohen) Monitoring house reinfestation by vectors of Chagas disease: a comparative trial of detection methods during a four-year follow-up. Acta Tropica 72:213-234.

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1999

(Barry R. Bloom, David E. Bloom, J. E. Cohen & Jeffrey D. Sachs) Investing in the World Health Organization. Science 284:911, 7 May.

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1999

Book review: Human Demography and Disease by S. Scott and C. Duncan. Journal of the American Medical Association 281(20):1953-1954.

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1999

(Nina V. Fedoroff & J. E. Cohen) Plants and population: is there time? Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences U.S.A. 96(11):5903-5907, 25 May.

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1999

(Matthew Spencer, Leon Blaustein, Steven S. Schwartz & J. E. Cohen) Species richness and the proportion of predatory animal species in temporary freshwater pools: relationships with habitat size and permanence. Ecology Letters 2:157-166.

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1999

(J. E. Cohen, Charles M. Newman, Adam E. Cohen, Owen L. Petchey & Andrew Gonzalez) Spectral mimicry: a method of synthesizing matching time series with different Fourier spectra. Circuits, Systems and Signal Processing 18(3):431-442.

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1999

Human population growth and tradeoffs in land use. In: Ecological Stewardship: A Common Reference for Ecosystem Management, ed. Nels C. Johnson, A. J. Malk, W. T. Sexton, and R. Szaro, vol. 2, pp. 677-702. Elsevier Science Ltd., Oxford.

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1999

How many people can the Earth support? In: New Ethics for the Public's Health, ed. Dan E. Beauchamp and Bonnie Steinbock, pp. 330-338. Oxford University Press, New York, Oxford.

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278

1999

Now we are six … billion. Newsday (Queens, NY) 60(38):B5, October 10, 1999.

E

279

1999

Population and planet: the twentieth century and the twenty-first. Harvard Magazine 102(2):38-40, November-December 1999.

E

280

1999

Population in the twentieth and twenty-first centuries. In: Useful Knowledge: The American Philosophical Society Millennium Program, ed. Alexander G. Bearn, pp. 173-180. American Philosophical Society, Philadelphia.

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2000

Population growth and Earth's human carrying capacity. In: Consumption, Population, and Sustainability: Perspectives from Science and Religion, ed. Audrey R. Chapman, Rodney L. Petersen, and Barbara Smith-Moran, pp. 55-70. Island Press, Washington, DC

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2000

(Jane Memmott, Neo D. Martinez & J. E. Cohen) Predators, parasitoids and pathogens: species richness, trophic generality and body sizes in a natural food web. Journal of Animal Ecology 69(1):1-15.

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282

2000

Hard choices ahead for growing world. California Agriculture 54(1):6-8, January-February.

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278a

2000

6 billion people: but who’s counting? EarthMatters (Columbia University Earth Institute) pp. 23-25, Winter 1999/2000.

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283

2000

(Christopher Small, Vivien Gornitz & J. E. Cohen) Coastal hazards and the global distribution of human population. Environmental Geosciences 7(1):3-12, March.

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284

1999

Sustainability. Black Rock Forest Papers No. 32. Black Rock Forest Consortium, Cornwall, NY.

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285

1999

(Christopher Small & J. E. Cohen) Continental physiography, climate and the global distribution of human population. Towards Digital Earth – Proceedings of the International Symposium on Digital Earth, ed. Guanhua Xu & Yuntai Chen, 2:965-971. Science Press, Beijing, China.

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286

2000

(J. E. Cohen & Albert D. Rich) Interspecific competition affects temperature stability in Daisyworld. Tellus 52B(3):980-984.

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287

2000

Keynote address. In: Population and the Environment: Too Many People and/or Poor Management of Resources? College of Natural Resources, Center for Sustainable Resource Development, University of California, Berkeley. Pp. 21-35.

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288

2000

Population problems: Recent developments and their impact. Asia-Pacific Review (Institute for International Policy Studies, Tokyo) 7(2):86-98.

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289

2000

(Xin Chen & J. E. Cohen) Support of the hyperbolic connectance hypothesis by qualitative stability of model food webs. Community Ecology 1(2):215-225.

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290

2001

Educating the children of the world. Bulletin of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences 54(2):33-38, Winter.

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291

2000

Book review: The Ecological Impact of Population Aging by Donald J. Bogue. Population Studies 54(3):353, November.

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292

2001

(Xin Chen & J. E. Cohen) Transient dynamics and food-web complexity in the Lotka-Volterra cascade model. Proceedings of the Royal Society (London) series B 268:869-877.

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293

1999

(J. E. Cohen & David E. Bloom) Universal basic and secondary education. Politics in the Life Sciences 18(2):213-216, September. [Published June 2001.]

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294

2001

(J. E. Cohen and Ricardo E. Gürtler) Modeling household transmission of American trypanosomiasis. (link to PDF)Science 293(5530):694-698; Web supplement

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295

2001

(Xin Chen and J. E. Cohen) Global stability, local stability and permanence in model food webs. Journal of Theoretical Biology 212(2):223-235, September 21.

B

296

2001

Linking human and natural history: a review essay. Something New Under the Sun: an Environmental History of the 20th-Century World by J. R. McNeill. Population and Development Review 27(3):573-584, September.

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297

2001

(Ann K. Sakai, Fred W. Allendorf, Jodie S. Holt, David M. Lodge, Jane Molofsky, Kimberly A. With, Syndallas Baughman, Robert J. Cabin, Joel E. Cohen, Norman C. Ellstrand, David E. McCauley, Pamela O'Neil, Ingrid M. Parker, John N. Thompson, Stephen G. Weller) The population biology of invasive species. Annual Review of Ecology and Systematics 32:305-332.

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298

2002

The future of population. In: What the Future Holds: Insights from Social Science, ed. Richard N. Cooper & Richard Layard, pp. 29-75. MIT Press, Cambridge, MA.

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299

2002

(Matthew Spencer, Leon Blaustein & J. E. Cohen) Oviposition habitat selection by mosquitoes (Culiseta longiareolata) and consequences for population size. Ecology 83(3):669-679.

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300

2002

2001 induction ceremony orientation remarks [on universal basic and secondary education]. Bulletin of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences 55(2):19-23, Winter.

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301

2001

World population in 2050: assessing the projections. In: Seismic Shifts: the Economic Impact of Demographic Change, ed. Jane Sneddon Little and Robert K. Triest, pp. 83-113. Federal Reserve Bank of Boston Conference Series No. 46, June.

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302

2002

Population and the environment. In: The Convergence of U.S. National Security and the Global Environment, ed. Dick Clark. Aspen Institute Congressional Program 17(4):39-48. Washington, DC: Aspen Institute.

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303

2002

(David E. Bloom & J. E. Cohen) Education for all: an unfinished revolution. Daedalus 131(3):84-95, summer.

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304

2001

(Raymond C. Fisher, James Fallows, John A. Baden, Joel E. Cohen, Eric Redman, Barbara Reeves, Lois C. Schiffer, Barton H. Thompson [panelists]) Balance and conflict: environmental challenges facing the western United States. Western Legal History (Journal of the Ninth Judicial Circuit Historical Society) 14(1):43-72, winter/spring.

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305

2002

(M.C. Cecere, R.E. Gürtler, D.M. Canale, R. Chuit, J. E. Cohen) Effects of partial housing improvement and insecticide spraying on the reinfestation dynamics of Triatoma infestans in rural northwestern Argentina. Acta Tropica 84(2):101-116, November.

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306

2003

(R.E. Gürtler, Elsa L. Segura, J.E. Cohen) Congenital transmission of Trypanosoma cruzi infection. Emerging Infectious Diseases [serial online] 9(1):29-32, January.

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307

2003

(R.E. Gürtler, Elsa L. Segura, J.E. Cohen) (J. E. Cohen, Tomas Jonsson, Stephen R. Carpenter) Ecological community description using the food web, species abundance, and body size. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 100(4):1781-1786, 18 February.

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308

2003

(Kristin Astrom, J. E. Cohen, Joan E. Willett-Brozick, Christopher E. Aston, Bora E. Baysal) Altitude is a phenotypic modifier in hereditary paraganglioma type 1: evidence for an oxygen-sensing defect sensing defect. Human Genetics 113(3):228-237, August; online 17 June2003.

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309

2003

Human population: the next half century. Science 302:1172-1175, 14 November.

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310

2003

(Leon Blaustein, Moshe Kiflawi, Avi Eitam, Marc Mangel and J. E. Cohen) Oviposition habitat selection in response to risk of predation in temporary pools: mode of detection and consistency across experimental venue. Oecologia 138(2):300-305, January. http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s00442-003-1398-x