Michael Doebeli's Publications

List of Publications of Michael Doebeli:

Doebeli, M. and Hauert, C. Models of cooperation based on the Prisoner’s Dilemma and the Snowdrift game. ECOLOGY LETTERS 8, 748-766, 2005.
Doebeli, M., Dieckmann, U., Metz, J. A. J. and Tautz, D. What we have also learned: adaptive speciation is theoretically plausible. EVOLUTION 59(3), 691-695, 2005.
Adaptive Speciation (Eds. U. Dieckmann, H. Metz, M. Doebeli, and D. Tautz), Cambridge University Press, 2004.
Ackermann, M. and Doebeli, M. Evolution of niche width and adaptive diversification. EVOLUTION 58(12), 2599–2612, 2004.
Doebeli, M., Hauert, C., and Killingback, T. The Evolutionary Origin of Cooperators and Defectors. SCIENCE 306, 859-862, 2004.
Ifti, M., Killingback, T., Doebeli, M. Effects of neighbourhoodsize and connectivity on the spatial Continuous Prisoner’s Dilemma. JOURNAL OF THEORETICAL BIOLOGY 231, 97-106, 2004.
Nuismer, S. L., Doebeli, M. Genetic correlations and the coevolutionary dynamics of three-species systems. EVOLUTION 58 (6), 1165-1177, 2004.
Friesen, M. Saxer, G. Travisano, M, Doebeli, M Experimental evidence for sympatric ecological diversification due to frequency-dependent competition in Escherichia coli EVOLUTION 58 (2), 245-260, 2004
Hauert, C., Doebeli, M. Spatial structure often inhibits the evolution of cooperation in the snowdrift game. NATURE 428, 643-646, 2004.

Bolnick, D, Doebeli, M Sexual dimorphism and adaptive speciation: two sides of the same ecological coin  EVOLUTION 57 (11), 2433–2449 NOV 2003

Doebeli, M, Killingback, T Metapopulation dynamics with quasi-local competition THEOR POP BIOL 64: 397-416 2003

Doebeli M, Dieckmann U Speciation along environmental gradients NATURE 421 (6920): 259-264 2003

Killingback T, Doebeli M The continuous prisoner's dilemma and the evolution of cooperation through reciprocal altruism with variable investment AM NAT 160 (4): 421-438 OCT 2002
Doebeli, M A model for the evolutionary dynamics of cross-feeding polymorphisms. POPULATION ECOLOGY 44: 59-70 2002

Maire, N., Ackermann, M. Doebeli, M On the evolution of anisogamy through evolutionary branching SELECTION 2, 107-119 2001

Flatt T, Maire N, Doebeli M A bit of sex stabilizes host-parasite dynamics J THEOR BIOL 212 (3): 345-354 OCT 7 2001

Doebeli M, Dieckmann U Evolutionary branching and sympatric speciation caused by different types of ecological interactions AM NAT 156: S77-S101 OCT 2000
Stearns SC, Ackermann M, Doebeli M, et al. Experimental evolution of aging, growth, and reproduction in fruitflies P NATL ACAD SCI USA 97 (7): 3309-3313 MAR 28 2000
Brauchli K, Killingback T, Doebeli M Evolution of cooperation in spatially structured populations J THEOR BIOL 200 (4): 405-417 OCT 21 1999
Killingback T, Doebeli M, Knowlton N Variable investment, the Continuous Prisoner's Dilemma, and the origin of cooperation P ROY SOC LOND B BIO 266 (1430): 1723-1728 SEP 7 1999
Killingback T, Doebeli M 'Raise the stakes' evolves into a defector NATURE 400 (6744): 518-518 AUG 5 1999
Dieckmann U, Doebeli M On the origin of species by sympatric speciation NATURE 400 (6742): 354-357 JUL 22 1999
Johst K, Doebeli M, Brandl R Evolution of complex dynamics in spatially structured populations P ROY SOC LOND B BIO 266 (1424): 1147-1154 JUN 7 1999
Koella JC, Doebeli M  Population dynamics and the evolution of virulence in epidemiological models with discrete host generations J THEOR BIOL 198 (3): 461-475 JUN 7 1999

Blarer A, Doebeli M Resonance effects and outbreaks in ecological time series ECOL LETT 2 (3): 167-177 MAY 1999
Doebeli M, de Jong G Genetic variability in sensitivity to population density affects the dynamics of simple ecological models THEOR POPUL BIOL 55 (1): 37-52 FEB 1999
Stearns SC, Ackermann M, Doebeli M The experimental evolution of aging in fruitflies EXP GERONTOL 33 (7-8): 785-792 NOV-DEC 1998  

Doebeli M, Ruxton GD Stabilization through spatial pattern formation in metapopulations with long-range dispersal P ROY SOC LOND B BIO 265 (1403): 1325-1332 JUL 22 1998
Doebeli M, Knowlton N The evolution of interspecific mutualisms P NATL ACAD SCI USA 95 (15): 8676-8680 JUL 21 1998
Doebeli M, de Jong G A simple genetic model with non-equilibrium dynamics J MATH BIOL 36 (6): 550-556 JUN 1998
Doebeli M Invasion of rare mutants does not imply their evolutionary success: a counterexample from metapopulation theory J EVOLUTION BIOL 11 (3): 389-401 MAY 1998
Killingback T, Doebeli M Self-organized criticality in spatial evolutionary game theory J THEOR BIOL 191 (3): 335-340 APR 7 1998
Doebeli M, Ruxton GD Evolution of dispersal rates in metapopulation models: Branching and cyclic dynamics in phenotype space EVOLUTION 51 (6): 1730-1741 DEC 1997
Doebeli M Genetic variation and the persistence of predator-prey interactions in the Nicholson-Bailey model J THEOR BIOL 188 (1): 109-120 SEP 7 1997
Doebeli M, Blarer A, Ackermann M Population dynamics, demographic stochasticity, and the evolution of cooperation P NATL ACAD SCI USA 94 (10): 5167-5171 MAY 13 1997
Doebeli M, Ruxton GD Controlling spatial chaos in metapopulations with long-range dispersal B MATH BIOL 59 (3): 497-515 MAY 1997
Doebeli M, Blarer A A note on the timing of tradeoffs in discrete life history models J EVOLUTION BIOL 10 (1): 107-120 JAN 1997
Doebeli M A quantitative genetic competition model for sympatric speciation J EVOLUTION BIOL 9 (6): 893-909 NOV 1996
Killingback T, Doebeli M Spatial evolutionary game theory: Hawks and Doves revisited P ROY SOC LOND B BIO 263 (1374): 1135-1144 SEP 22 1996
Ruxton GD, Doebeli M Spatial self-organization and persistence of transients in a metapopulation model P ROY SOC LOND B BIO 263 (1374): 1153-1158 SEP 22 1996
Doebeli M Quantitative genetics and population dynamics EVOLUTION 50 (2): 532-546 APR 1996

Doebeli M, Koella J Chaos and evolution TRENDS ECOL EVOL 11 (5): 220-220 MAY 1996
Blarer A, Doebeli M In the red zone NATURE 380 (6575): 589-590 APR 18 1996
Doebeli M An explicit genetic model for ecological character displacement ECOLOGY 77 (2): 510-520 MAR 1996
Blarer A, Doebeli M Heuristic optimization of the general life history problem: A novel approach EVOL ECOL 10 (1): 81-96 JAN 1996
Doebeli, M. Reductive group actions on affine quadrics with 1-dimensional quotient: linearization when a linear model exists. TRANSFORMATION GROUPS 1: 187-214, 1996
Blarer A, Doebeli M, Stearns SC Diagnosing senescence: Inferring evolutionary causes from phenotypic patterns can be misleading P ROY SOC LOND B BIO 262 (1365): 305-312 DEC 22 1995

Doebeli, M Updating Gillespie with controlled chaos AM NAT 146 (3): 479-487 SEP 1995
Doebeli, M Koella, JC Evolution of simple population dynamics P ROY SOC LOND B BIO 260 (1358): 119-125 MAY 22 1995
Doebeli, M Phenotypic variation, sexual reproduction, and evolutionary population dynamics J EVOLUTION BIOL 8 (2): 173-194 MAR 1995
Doebeli, M. Evolutionary predictions from invariant physical measures of dynamic processes J THEOR BIOL 173 (4): 377-387 APR 21 1995
Doebeli, M Dispersal and dynamics THEOR POPUL BIOL 47 (1): 82-106 FEB 1995
Doebeli, M Linear models for reductive group actions on affine quadrics B SOC MATH FR 122 (4): 505-531 1994
Doebeli, M, Koella, JC Sex and population dynamics P ROY SOC LOND B BIO 257 (1348): 17-23 JUL 22 1994
Doebeli, M. Intermittent Chaos in population dynamics J THEOR BIOL 166 (3): 325-330 FEB 7 1994
Doebeli, M. The evolutionary advantage of controlled chaos P ROY SOC LOND B BIO 254 (1341): 281-285 DEC 22 1993