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Borrelli, J., Allesina, S., Arditi, R., Chase, I., Damuth, J., Holt, R., Logofet, D., Rohr, R., Rossberg, A.,
Spencer, M., Tran, K., and Ginzburg, L.R., 2015, Selection on stability across ecological scales. 
Trends in Ecology and Evolution , 30(7), 417-425.
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Ginzburg L, Krebs C. 2015 Mammalian cycles: internally defined periods and interaction-driven
amplitudes. PeerJ 3:e1180 https://dx.doi.org/10.7717/peerj.1180
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Borrelli J.J., and L.R. Ginzburg. 2014.  Why there are so few trophic levels: selection against instability
explains the pattern.  Food Webs. 1:10-14.
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Arditi, R. Ginzburg, L.R. 2014, Improving communications between theoretical ecologists, mathematical
ecologists, and ecological modelers. Theoretical Ecology 7:21-22.
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Colyvan, M.  and Ginzburg, L.R. 2012, Ecological laws. In Oxford Bibliographies Online: Ecology. Ed.
David Gibson: Oxford University Press, New York.
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Ginzburg, L.R. 2011,  Recollections of unforgettable encounters with Alexey Andreevich Lyapunov.  In
“A. Lyapunov: 100 year anniversary of  birth”, edited by  Lyapunova, N.A., GEO, Novosibirsk,
Russia, p.322-323 (in Russian).
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Colyvan, M. and Ginzburg, L.R. 2010. Analogical thinking in ecology: looking beyond disciplinary
boundaries. Quarterly Review of Biology 2:171-182.
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Ginzburg, L.R., Burger, O., and Damuth, J. 2010. The May threshold and life history allometry. Biology
Letters 6:850-853.
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Ginzburg, L.R. and Ferson, S. 2009. Citations, anonymous ideas, and ecological engineering.
Evolutionary Ecology Research-Special Issue honoring Larry Slobodkin, 11(3).
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Inchausti, P. and Ginzburg, L.R. 2009. Maternal effects mechanism of population cycling: a
formidable competitor to the traditional predator-prey view. Phil.Tran. R. Soc. B. 364:1117-1124.
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Burger, O. and Ginzburg, L. 2009. On size and extinction: a random walk model predicts the body
size of lowest risk for mammals. Evolutionary Ecology Research, 11(7), 1017-1029.
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Ginzburg, L.R and Damuth, J. 2008.  The space-lifetime hypothesis: viewing organisms in four
dimension, literally.  American Naturalist 171:125-131.
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Ginzburg, L.R., and Jensen, C.XJ. 2008. From controversy to consensus: the indirect interference
functional response.  SIL Biology 30/2, April 2008.
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Theoretical Ecology
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Abrams, P.A. and Ginzburg, L.R.  2000.  The Nature of Predation: prey dependent, ratio dependent, or
neither?  Trends in Ecology and Evolution 15: 337-341.
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Ginzburg, L.R. and Taneyhill, D.E.  1994.  Population cycles of forest Lepidoptera: a maternal effect
hypothesis.  Journal of Animals Ecology 63: 79-92.
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Ginzburg, L.R. and Akçakaya, H.R. 1992.  Consequences of Ratio-Dependent Predation for Steady State
Properties of Ecosystems.  Ecology 73 (5): 1536-1543.
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Arditi, R. and Ginzburg, L.R.  1989.  Coupling in Predator-Prey Dynamics: Ratio-dependence.   Journal
of Theoretical Biology 139: 311-326.
Applied Ecology &
Risk Analysis
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Ferson, S. and Ginzburg, L. R. 1996. Different Methods are needed to Propagate Ignorance and
Variability. Reliability Engineering and Systems Safety 54:133-144.
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Ginzburg, L.R., Ferson, S. Akçakaya, H.R.  1990.  Reconstructability of Density Dependence and the
Conservative Assessment of Extinction Risk.   Conservation Biology 4: 63-70.
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Ginzburg, L.R., Slobodkin, L.B., Johnson, K and Bindman, A.G.  1982.  Quasiextinction Probabilities as a
Measure of Impact on Population Growth.  Risk Analysis 2: 171-181.
Population Genetics
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Turelli, M. and Ginzburg, L.R.  1983.  Should Individual Fitness increase with Heterozygosity?  Genetics
104: 191-209.
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Lewontin R.C., Ginzburg, L.R., Tuljapurkar S.D. 1978.  Heterosis as an Explanation for the Large
Amount of Genic Polymorphism.  Genetics 88(1):149-169.
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