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  • Gomulkiewicz, R., and A.M. Hastings. (1990) Ploidy and evolution by sexual selection: A comparison of haploid and diploid female choice models near fixation equilibria. Evolution 44 (4):757-770.
  • Gomulkiewicz, R., J.T.K. Brodziak, and M. Mangel. Ranking loci for genetic stock identification by curvature methods. (1990). Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 47:611-619.
  • Gomulkiewicz, R. Limited female choice and the evolution of secondary sexual characters. (1991) The American Naturalist 138(6):1396-1407.
  • Bartley, D., B. Bentley, J. Brodziak, R. Gomulkiewicz, M. Mangel, and G. Gall. (1992) Geographical variation in the population genetic structure of Chinook salmon from California and Oregon. Fishery
    , US 90:77-100.
  • Brodziak, J., B. Bentley, D. Bartley, G.A.E. Gall, R. Gomulkiewicz, and M. Mangel. (1992) Tests of Genetic Stock Identification using coded-wire tagged fish. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 49:1507-1517.
  • Gomulkiewicz, R., and M. Kirkpatrick. (1992) Quantitative genetics and the evolution of reaction norms. Evolution 46:390-411. [pdf 987k]
  • Hunt, S.J., L.A. Hart, and R. Gomulkiewicz, 1992. Role of small animals in social interactions between strangers. Journal of Social Psychology 132(2):245-256.
  • Gomulkiewicz, R., and R.D. Holt. (1995) When does evolution by natural selection prevent extinction? Evolution 49:201-207. [pdf 2.6 mb]
  • Via, S., R. Gomulkiewicz, G. de Jong, C. Schlichting, S. Scheiner, and P. van Tienderen. (1995) Adaptive phenotypic plasticity: Consensus and controversy. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 10:212-217.
  • Alexander, H., N.A. Slade, and R. Gomulkiewicz. (1995) Reconstruction of diploid genotypes using haploid progeny: application of Bayes’s rule to analysis of RAPD markers in fungi. Theoretical
    and Applied Genetics
  • Gomulkiewicz, R., and J. H. Beder. (1996) The selection gradient of an infinite-dimensional trait. SIAM Journal of Applied Mathematics 56:509-523. Abstract.
  • Holt, R.D., and R. Gomulkiewicz. (1997) The influence of immigration on local adaptation: a re-examination of a familiar paradigm. The American Naturalist 149:563-572. [pdf 2.7mb]
  • Holt, R.D., and R. Gomulkiewicz. (1997) The evolution of species’ niches: a population dynamic perspective. Pages 25-50 in H.G. Othmer, F.R. Adler, M.A. Lewis, & J.C. Dalton, eds. Case
    studies in mathematical modeling – ecology, physiology, and cell biology
    . Prentice-Hall, New York.
  • Gomulkiewicz, R., and N.A. Slade. (1997) Legal standards and the forensic significance of DNA evidence. Human Biology 69(5):675-688. [pdf 3.4 mb]
  • Gomulkiewicz, R., (1998) Game theory, optimization, and quantitative genetics. Pages 283-303 in L.A. Dugatkin & H.K. Reeve, eds. Game Theory and Animal Behavior.Oxford University Press.
    Oxford. [pdf (7 mb)]
  • Slade, N.A., H. M. Alexander, and R. Gomulkiewicz. (1998) Alternatives to Robinson and Redford’s method of assessing overharvest from incomplete demographic data. Conservation Biology12(1):148-155.
  • Beder, J.H., and R. Gomulkiewicz. (1998) Computing the selection gradient and evolutionary response of an infinite-dimensional trait. Journal of Mathematical Biology 36:299-319. Abstract.
  • Secker, J., R. Gomulkiewicz, and M.A. McPeek. (1998) Interstellar transport and local establishment dynamics of space-borne propagules. Pages 290-300 in Proceedings of SPIE: Instruments, Methods, and Missions for Astrobiology. Vol. 3441. R. B. Hoover, ed.
  • Gomulkiewicz, R., R. D. Holt, and M. Barfield. (1999.) The effects of density dependence and immigration on adaptation and niche evolution in a black-hole sink environment. Theoretical Population Biology. 55:283-296. Abstract.
  • Lofaro, T. and R. Gomulkiewicz. (1999.) Adaptation versus migration in demographically unstable populations. Journal of Mathematical Biology. 38:571-584 Abstract.
  • Nuismer, S., J. N. Thompson, and R. Gomulkiewicz. (1999) Coevolutionary dynamics in coupled patches. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. 266:605-609. Abstract.