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PUBLICATIONS FROM 2000 ONWARDS

·                    Ryan S. J., P. C. Cross, J. Winnie, C. Hay, J. Bowers and W. M. Getz, 2012. The utility of NDVI for predicting African buffalo forage quality.   J. Wildlife Management (to appear)

·                    Barnosky A. D, E. A. Hadly, J. Bascompte, E. Berlow, J. H. Brown, M. Fortelius, W. M. Getz, J. Harte, A. Hastings, P. A. Marquet, N. Martinez, A. Mooers, P. Roopnarine, G. Vermeij, J. W. Williams, R. Gillespie, J. Kitzes, C. Marshall, N. Matzke, D. Mindell, E. Revilla, A. B. Smith, 2012. Approaching a state-shift in the biosphere and implications for biological forecasting.   Nature (to appear)

·                    Weinberger, A. D., C. Sun, M. Plucinski, V. J. Denef, B. C. Thomas, P. Horvath, R. Barrangou, W. M. Getz & . F. Banfield, 2012. Evolutionary patterns of acquired CRISPR immunity in microbial populations.   PLoS Computational Biology (to appear)

·                    Ganz, H. H., U. Karaoz, W. M. Getz, W. Versfeld, E. L. Brodie, 2012. Diversity and structure of bacterial communities associated with ornithogenic soil in an African savanna. Ecosphere.   Ecosphere (to appear)

·                    Beyer, W., S. Bellan, G. Eberle, H. Ganz, W. M. Getz, R. Haumacher, K. A. Hilss, W. Kilian, J. Lazak, W. Turner, P. C. B. Turnbull, 2012. Distribution and molecular evolution of Bacillus anthracis genotypes in Namibia.   PLoS Neglected and Tropical Diseases 6: e1534

·                    Bellan, S. E., C. A. Cizauskas, J. Miyen, K. Ebersohn, M. Ku_sters, K. C. Prager, M. Van Vuuren, C. Sabeta and W. M. Getz, 2012. Black-backed jackal exposure to rabies virus, canine distemper virus, and bacillus anthracis in Etosha National Park, Namibia.   J Wildlife Disease 48:371-381

·                    Nathan, R., O Spiegel, S. Fortmann-Roe, R. Harel, and W. M. Getz, 2012. Tri-axial acceleration data in free-ranging animals identifies behavioral modes in the context of movement ecology.   J. Exp. Biol. 214:986-996.

·                    Fortmann-Roe, S., R. Starfield and W. M. Getz, 2012. Contingent Kernel Density Estimation.   PLoS ONE 7(2): e30549

·                    Tambling C. J., S. D. Laurence, S. E. Bellan, E. Z. Cameroon, J. T. du Toit, and W. M. Getz, 2012. Estimating carnivoran diets using a combination of carcass observations and scats from GPS cluster.   J. Zoology 286:102-109

·                    Getz, W. M., 2012. A biomass flow approach to population models and food webs.   Natural Resource Modeling 25:93-121

·                    Turner, W. C., Versfeld, W.D., Kilian, W. and W. M. Getz, 2012. Synergistic effects of seasonal rainfall, parasites and demography on fluctuations in springbok body condition.   J Animal Ecology 81:58-69

·                    Norrström, N., W. M. Getz and N. M. A. Holmgren, 2011. Selection against accumulating mutations in niche-preference genes can drive speciation.   PLoS ONE 6(12): e29487

·                    Kamath, P. and W. M. Getz, 2011. Adaptive molecular evolution of the Major Histocompatibility Complex genes, DRA and DQA, in the genus Equus.   BMC Evolutionary Biology. 11:128 (16 p)

·                    Boettiger, A., G. Wittemyer, R. Starfield, F. Volrath, I. Douglas-Hamilton, W. M. Getz, 2011. Inferring ecological and behavioral drivers of elephant movement using a linear filtering approach.  Ecology 92: 1648-1657

·                    LaBeaud A. D., P. C. Cross, W. M. Getz, A. Glinka, and C. H. King, 2011. Rift Valley fever virus infection in African buffalo (Syncerus caffer) herds in rural South Africa: Evidence of interepidemic transmission.  American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 84: 641-646

·                    Reed S. E., A. L. Bidlack, A. Hurt, W. M. Getz, 2011. Detection distance and environmental factors in conservation detection dog surveys.  Journal Wildlife Management 75:243-251

·                    Getz, W. M. and N. Owen-Smith, 2011. Consumer-resource dynamics: quantity, quality and allocation. PLoS ONE 6: e14539. doi:10.1371

·                    Getz, W. M. 2011. Biomass Transformation Webs and Anthrax in Etosha National Park. Ecology Letters, 14:113-124 (Download pdf)

·                    Getz, W. M. 2010.  Should we be worrying about bovine TB? SACEMA Quarterly, Issue 3 September, 2010 (Download pdf)

·                    Turner, W. C. and W. M. Getz, 2010. Seasonality and demographic factors influencing gastrointestinal parasitism of ungulates of Etosha National Park.  J. Wildlife Disease 46:1108-19 (Download pdf)

·                    van Hooft, P., H. H. T. Prins, W. M. Getz, A. E. Jolles, S. E. van Wieren, B. J. Greyling, P. D. van Helden & A. D. S. Bastos, 2010.  Rainfall driven sex-ratio genes in African buffalo indicated by correlations between Y-chromosomal allele frequencies and foetal sex ratio. BMC Evolutionary Biology 10:106 doi:10.1186/1471-2148-10-106 (Download pdf)

·                    Polansky L., G. Wittemyer, P. C. Cross, C.  J. Tambling, W. M. Getz, 2010.  From moonlight to movement, and synchronized randomness: Fourier and wavelet analyses applied to animal location data. Ecology 91:1506-1518 (Download pdf).

·                    Tambling C. J., E. Z. Cameroon, J. T. du Toit, and W. M. Getz, 2010. A comparison of methods for locating lion kills using global positioning system movement data. Journal Wildlife Management 74:549–556  (Download pdf).

·                    Sánchez M. S., J. O. Lloyd-Smith, W. M. Getz, 2010. Monitoring linked epidemics: the case of TB and HIV.  PLoS ONE (doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0008796) (Download pdf)

·                    Turner, W. C., C. A. Cizauskas and W. M. Getz. 2010. Variation in fecal moisture may confound estimates of gastrointestinal parasite abundance in wild African herbivores. Journal of Helminthology, 84:99-105 (Download pdf)

·                    Sánchez M. S., J. O. Lloyd-Smith, B. G. Williams, W. M. Getz, 2010. Using mathematical models to monitor and evaluate the impact of public health interventions on epidemics: the case of the TB/HIV co-pandemic in Africa. In Modeling Paradigms and Analysis of Disease Transmission Models, Eds. A. Gumel, S. Lenhart. AMS/DIMACS Press pp. 135-186.

·                    Norrström, N., N. M. A.  Holmgren, and W. M. Getz, 2010. Artificial neural networks in models of specialization, guild evolution and sympatric speciation. In C. R. Tosh and G. D. Ruxton (eds.) Modelling Perception using Artificial Neural Networks, Cambridge University Press, pp. 236-254. (Download pdf)

·                    Getz, W. M. 2009.  Disease and the dynamics of foodwebs. PLoS Biology, PLoS Biology 7(9): e1000209 (Download pdf)

·                    Bar-David, S., I. Bar-David, P. C. Cross, S. J. Ryan, W. M. Getz, 2009. Methods for assessing movement path recursion with application to African buffalo in South Africa.  Ecology 90: 2467-2479 (Download pdf)

·                    Polansky, L., P. de Valpine, J. O. Lloyd-Smith and W. M. Getz, 2009. Likelihood ridges and multimodality in population growth rate models. Ecology 90: 2313-2320 (Download pdf)

·                    Hahn J. A., D. Wylie, J. Dill, M. Sanchez, K. Page-Shafer, W. M. Getz, 2009. Potential impact of vaccination on the hepatitis C virus epidemic in injection drug users.  Epidemics 1-47-57 (Download pdf)

·                    Norrström, N., N. M. A.  Holmgren, and W. M. Getz, 2009. Artificial neural networks in models of specialization, guild evolution and sympatric speciation. In C. R. Tosh and G. D. Ruxton (eds.) Modelling Perception using Artificial Neural Networks, Cambridge University Press (Download pdf)

·                    Sánchez M. S., J. O. Lloyd-Smith, B. G. Williams, T. C. Porco, S. J. Ryan, M. W. Borgdorff,  J. Mansoer, C, Dye, W. M. Getz, 2009.  Incongruent HIV and Tuberculosis Co-dynamics in Kenya: Interacting Epidemics Monitor Each Other.  Epidemics 1: 14-20 (Download pdf)

·                    Wylie, D. C. and W. M. Getz, 2009.  Sick and edgy: Walk-counting as a metric of epidemic spreading on networks.  J Royal Soc Interface. (DOI: 10.1098/rsif.2008.0423) (Download pdf)

·                    Cross P. C., D.M. Heisey, J.A. Bowers, C. T. Hay, J. Wolhuter, M. Hofmeyr, A.L. Michel, T. L. F. Bird, J. T. Du Toit & W. M. Getz, 2009.  Monitoring known individuals to study a chronic disease: bovine tuberculosis in African buffalo of the Kruger National Park. J. Applied Ecology 46: 467-475 (Download pdf)

·                    Wittemyer, G., L. Polansky, F. I. Douglas-Hamilton, and W. M. Getz, 2008. Nonstationary influences of season, location and sociality on properties of movement among African elephants (Loxodonta africana) PNAS 105(49): 19108-19113 (Download pdf)

·                    Getz, W. M. and D. Saltz, 2008. A framework for generating and analyzing movement paths on ecological landscapes. PNAS 105(49): 19066-19071 (Download pdf)

·                    Nathan, R, W. M. Getz, E. Revilla, M. Holyoak, R. Kadmon, D. Saltz and P. E. Smouse, 2008. Moving forward with movement ecology. PNAS 105(49):19052-19059 (Download pdf)

·                    Winnie, J, A., P. C. Cross and W, M. Getz, 2008. Habitat quality and heterogeneity influences distribution, individual and herd behavior in African Buffalo (Syncerus caffer). Ecology 89:1457-1468. (Download pdf)

·                    Sánchez M. S.,  J. O. Lloyd-Smith, T. Porco, B. G. Williams, M. Borgdorff,  J. Mansoer, J. A. Salomon, W. M. Getz, 2008.  Impact of HIV on novel therapies for tuberculosis control. AIDS  22:963-972. (Download pdf)

·                    Ryan S. J., P. T. Starks, K. Milton and W. M. Getz, 2008. Intersexual conflict and group size in mantled howler monkeys: a 23-year evaluation. International J. Primatology 29:405-420. (Download pdf)

·                    Greyling, B. J., P. Kryger, S. du Plessis, W. F. van Hooft, P. van Helden, W. M. Getz & A. D. S. Bastos, 2008. Development of a high-throughput microsatellite typing approach for forensic and population genetic analysis of wild and domestic African Bovini. African J Biotechnology 7:655-660 (Download pdf)

·                    Getz, W. M., 2008.  HIV dynamics and immuno-senescence. AIDS 22:307-309 (Download pdf)

·                    Weinbaum, K., D J. Sonwa, S. F. Weise, J. Brashares and W. M. Getz. 2007. Wildlife diversity in cocao/agricultural mosaics at the Congo Basin forest margin, 2007 Sustainable Tree Crop Program Working Paper Series 3 (Version December 2007), International Institute for Tropical Agriculture. (Download pdf)

·                    van Hooft, W. F., B. J. Greyling, , H. H. T. Prins, W. M. Getz, A. E. Jolles & A. D. S. Bastos, 2007. Balancing selection at the Y chromosome is driven by variation in rainfall in the African Buffalo.  PLoS ONE  2(10): e1086. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0001086 (Download pdf)

·                    Porco, T. and W. M. Getz.  2007. Comment:  Controlling extensively drug-resistant tuberculosis.  Lancet  370:1464-5. (Download pdf)

·                    Eppley, J. M., G. W. Tyson, W. M. Getz and J. F. Banfield, 2007.   Strainer:  Software for analysis of population variation in community genomic datasets. BMC Bioinformatics 8:398. doi:10.1186/1471-2105-8-398 (Download pdf)

·                    Eppley, J. M., G. W. Tyson, W. M. Getz, and J. F. Banfield, 2007. Genetic exchange across a species boundary in the archaeal genus Ferroplasma. Genetics 177: 407-416. doi:10.1534/genetics.107.072892 (Download pdf)

·                    Wittemyer, G., W. M. Getz, F. Vollrath and I. Douglas-Hamilton, 2007. Social dominance, seasonal movements, and spatial segregation in African elephants: a contribution to conservation behavior. Behavioral Ecology & Sociobiology 12:1919-1931. (Download pdf)

·                    Baxter, P. W. J. and W. M. Getz, 2007. Development and parameterization of a rain and fire-driven model for exploring elephant effects in African savannas. Environmental Modeling and Assessment 13:221-242. (Download pdf)

·                    Ryan, S. J., C. Knechtel, W. M. Getz, 2007. Ecological cues, gestation length, and birth timing in African Buffalo (Syncerus caffer). Behavioral Ecology 29:405-420. (Download pdf)

·                    Getz, W.M, S. Fortmann-Roe, P. C. Cross, A. J. Lyons, S. J. Ryan, C.C. Wilmers, 2007. LoCoH: nonparametric kernel methods for constructing home ranges and utilization distributions. PLoS ONE 2(2): e207. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0000207

·                    Wittemyer, G. and W. M. Getz, 2007. Hierarchical dominance structure and social organization in African elephants (Loxodonta africana). Animal Behaviour 73:671-681. (Download pdf)

·                    Bidlack, A. L., S. E. Reed, P. J. Palsbøll, W. M. Getz, 2007. Characterization of a western North American carnivore community using PCR-RFLP of cytochrome b obtained from fecal samples.  Conservation Genetics (in press).

·                    Holmgren N. M.A., N. Norrström, and W. M. Getz, 2007. Artificial neural networks as models of specialization and sympatric speciation. Phil. Trans. Royal Soc. B.  (Lond.) 362:431-440. (Download pdf)

·                    Bar-David S, Lloyd-Smith J. O, and Getz W. M. 2007. Dynamics and management of infectious disease in a reintroduced population. Pp. 340-362 In: McNeely, J.A., T. M. McCarthy, A. Smith, L. Olsvig-Whittaker, and E.D. Wikramanayake (editors) Conservation Biology in Asia. Society for Conservation Biology (Asia Section) and Resources Himalaya, Kathmandu, Nepal, 455 pp.

·                    Lloyd-Smith, J. O., Schreiber, S. J., and Getz, W. M. 2006. Moving beyond averages: Individual-level variation in disease transmission. In: Gumel, A.B. Castillo-Chavez, C., Mickens R. E. and Clemence, D.P., (eds.) Mathematical Studies on Human Diseases Dynamics: Emerging Paradigms and Challenges, AMS Contemporary Mathematics Series 410:235-258

·                    Bar-David S, Lloyd-Smith J. O, and Getz W. M. 2006. Non-lethal disease in colonizing populations. Israel Journal of Ecology and Evolution

·                    Cross, P.C., J. O. Lloyd-Smith, P. L. Johnson, W. M. Getz, 2007. Utility of R0 as a predictor of disease invasion in wildlife populations.   J. Royal Soc. Interface. 4:315-324. DOI: 10.1098/rsif.2006.0185. (Download pdf)

·                    Wittemyer, G. and W. M. Getz, 2006. A Likely Ranking Interpolation for Resolving Dominance Orders in Systems with Unknown Relationships. Behaviour 206:143:909-130. (Download pdf)

·                    Salomon, J.A., J. O. Lloyd-Smith, W. M. Getz, S. Resch, M. S. Sanchez, T. Porco, M. Borgdorff, 2006.  Prospects for advancing tuberculosis control efforts through novel therapies. PLoS Medicine 3(8):e273.

·                    Williams, B.G., Lloyd-Smith, J.O., Gouws, E., Hankins, C., Getz, W.M., Dye, C.,1, Hargrove, J., de Zoysa, I., Auvert, B, 2006. The potential impact of male circumcision on HIV incidence, HIV prevalence and AIDS deaths in Africa.  PLoS Medicine 3(7):e262

·                    Getz, W. M. and J. O. Lloyd-Smith. 2006. Comment on: “On the regulation of populations of mammals, birds, fish, and insects.” Science 311:1100. (Download pdf)

·                    Cross, P. C. and W. M. Getz, 2006. Assessing vaccination as a control strategy in an ongoing epidemic: Bovine Tuberculosis in African buffalo. Ecological Modeling 196:494-504. (Download pdf)

·                    Getz. W. M., 2006. The Theory of Evolution is a misnomer. Bioscience 56-96-97. (Download pdf)

·                    Bar-David, S., J. O. Lloyd-Smith, W. M. Getz, 2006. Dynamics and management of infectious disease in colonizing populations. Ecology 87:1215-1224. (Download pdf)

·                    Norrstrom, N, W. M. Getz. and N. M.A. Holmgren, 2006. Coevolution of consumer specialization and host mimicry can be cyclic and saltational. Evolutionary Bioinformatics Online, 2:1-9. (Download pdf)

·                    Chrastil, E. R., H. Euler, W. M. Getz, P. T. Starks, 2006. Paternity Uncertainty Overrides Sex Chromosome Selection for Preferential Grandparenting. Evolution and Human Behavior 27:206-233. (Download pdf)

·                    Karin M. Kettenring, Barbara T. Martinez, Anthony M. Starfield, and Wayne M. Getz, 2006. The appropriate sharing of ecological models. Bioscience 56:59-64. (Download pdf)

·                    Ryan S. J. and W. M. Getz, 2006. Comparing spatial models for water source distribution management using a case study of a lowveld nature reserve in South Africa. South African Journal of Wildlife Management 35:163-178. (Download pdf)

·                    Lloyd-Smith, J. O., S, J. Schreiber, P. E. Kopp, and W. M. Getz, 2005. Superpreading and the impact of individual variation on disease emergence. Nature 438:355-359 (Download pdf) (Download Supplementary Online Material)

·                    Sanchez, M. S., Grant, R. M., Porco, and Getz, W. M., 2006. Tracking epidemics: time trends may not be what they seem. Emerging Infectious Disease 12:191-197. (Download pdf)

·                    Lane, S. D., C. M. St. Mary, and W. M. Getz, 2006. Competitive exclusion and resource partitioning in multiparasitoid-host systems. Annales Zoologici Fennici 43:17-34. (Download pdf)

·                    Ryan, S. J., C. Knechtel, W. M. Getz, 2006. Seasonal and interannual variation in the home range and habitat selection of African Buffalo (Syncerus caffer): a long-term study in the Klaserie Private Nature Reserve, South Africa. J. Wildlife Management 70:764-776 (Download pdf)

·                    Redfern J. V., S. J. Ryan and W. M. Getz, 2006. Defining herbivore assemblages in Kruger National Park: A correlative coherence approach. Oecologia 146:632-640. (Download pdf)

·                    Lloyd-Smith, J.O., Cross, P.C., Briggs, C.J., Daugherty, M., Getz, W.M., Latto, J., Sanchez, M., Smith, A., Swei, A, 2005. Population thresholds for disease invasion and persistence in natural populations. Trends Ecol. Evol. 20:511-519. ( Download pdf)

·                    Getz, W. M. 2005. The genetics of groups is for group reading (Review of F. Rousset, Genetic Structure and Selection in Subdivided Populations). BioScience 55:803-804.

·                    Getz, W. M., J. O. Lloyd-Smith, P. C. Cross, S. Bar-David, P. L. Johnson, T. C. Porco, M. S. Sanchez, 2006. Modeling the invasion and spread of contagious disease in heterogeneous populations. In Feng, Z., Dieckmann, U., Levin, S.A. (eds.) Disease Evolution: Models, Concepts, and Data Analysis, AMS/DIMACS Vol 71:113-144 (Download pdf)

·                    Getz, W. M., and J. O. Lloyd-Smith, 2006. Basic methods for modeling the invasion and spread of contagious disease. In Feng, Z., Dieckmann, U., Levin, S.A. (eds.) Disease Evolution: Models, Concepts, and Data Analysis, AMS/DIMACS Vol 71:87-109 (Download pdf)

·                    Getz, W. M. 2005. Whom are parks for? (Review of: Child, B., (editor), 2005. Parks in Transition: Biodiversity, Rural Development and the Bottom Line. Earthscan, London. 278 pp.) Conservation Biology, 19:1333-1334.

·                    Redfern J. V., C. C. Grant, A. Gaylard, and W. M. Getz, 2005. Surface water availability and the management of herbivore distributions in an African savanna ecosystem. J. Arid Environments 63:406-424. (Download pdf)

·                    Cross, P.C., Lloyd-Smith, J.O., Johnson, P.L., Getz, W.M., 2005. Dueling time scales of host mixing and disease recovery determine invasion of disease in structured populations. Ecology Letters 8:587-595. (Download pdf)

·                    Sanchez, M. S., Grant, R. M., Porco, T. C., Gross, K. L. and Getz, W. M., 2005. Could a decrease in drug resistance levels of HIV be bad news? Bulletin Math. Biol. 67:761-782. (Download pdf)

·                    Wilmers, C. C., and W. M. Getz, 2005. Gray wolves as climate change buffers in Yellowstone. PLoS Biology 3(4):571-576. (Download pdf)

·                    Wittemyer, G., I. Douglas-Hamilton and W. M. Getz, 2005. The socio-ecology of elephants: analysis of the processes creating multi-tiered social structures. Animal Behavior, 69:1357-137. (Download pdf)

·                    Cross, P. C. J. O Lloyd-Smith, and W. M. Getz, 2005. Disentangling association patters in fission-fusion societies using African buffalo as an example. Animal Behavior, 69:499-506 (Download pdf)

·                    Baxter, P. W. J. and W. M. Getz, 2005. A model of tree and fire dynamics and elephant effects in African savannas. Ecological Applications 15:1331-1341 (Download pdf)

·                    Cross, P. C. J. O Lloyd-Smith, J. Bowers, C. T. Hay, M. Hofmeyr and W. M. Getz, 2004. Integrating association and disease dynamics: an illustration using African buffalo data. Annals Zoologici Fennici 41:879-892 (Download pdf: read only)

·                    Getz, W. M. 2004. Review of E. S. Altman and J. A. Rhodes, Mathematical Models in Biology: An Introduction. Quarterly Review of Biology 79:201-202.

·                    Getz W. M. and C. C. Wilmers, 2004. A local nearest-neighbor convex-hull construction of home ranges and utilization distributions. Ecography 27:489-505. (Download pdf)

·                    Wilmers, C. C., and W. M. Getz, 2004. Simulating the effects of wolf-elk population dynamics on resource flow to scavengers. Ecological Modeling 177:193-208. (Download pdf)

·                    Lloyd-Smith, J., Westerhoff, H. V. and Getz, W. M., 2004. Frequency-dependent incidence in sexually-transmitted disease models: Portrayal of pair-based transmission and effects of illness on contact behaviour. Proc Royal Soc. Lond. B 271:625-634. (Download pdf)

·                    Getz, Wayne M., E. Gouws, F. Hahne, P. E. Kopp, P. Mostert, C. Muller, C. Seioghe, B. Williams, G. Witten, 2003. Mathematical models and fight against disease in Africa. South African Journal of Science 99 (9/10):305-306. (Download pdf)

·                    Wilmers, C. C., D. S. Stahler, R. L. Crabtree, D. W. Smith, K. M. Murphy, J. D. Varley, and W. M. Getz, 2003. Resource dispersion and consumer dominance: scavenging at wolf- and hunter-killed carcasses in Greater Yellowstone.  Ecology Letters 6:996-1103. (Download pdf)

·                    Wilmers, C. C., R. L. Crabtree, D. W. Smith, K. M. Murphy, J. D. Varley, and W. M. Getz, 2003. Trophic facilitation by introduced top predators: gray wolf subsidies to scavengers in Yellowstone National Park. Journal Animal Ecology 72.909-916. (Download pdf)

·                    Karmon, E., W. M. Getz, and M. Potts, 2003. Microbicides and HIV: help or hinderance. JAIDS 34(1):71-75. (Download pdf)

·                    Getz, W. M., H. V. Westerhoff, J.-H. S. Hofmeyr, and J. L. Snoep, 2003. Control analysis of trophic chains, Ecological Modelling 168:153-171. (Download pdf)

·                    Getz, W. M. 2003. Is population ecology a mature science? (Review of P. Turchin, Complex Population Dynamics: A Theoretical Synthesis). BioScience 253:885-888. (Download pdf)

·                    Redfern J. V., C. C. Grant, H. C. Biggs and W. M. Getz, 2003. Surface water constraints on herbivore foraging in the Kruger National Park, South Africa. Ecology 84:2092-2107. (Download pdf)

·                    Lloyd-Smith, J., A., Galvani, W. M. Getz, 2003. Curtailing SARS transmission within a community and its hospital. Proc. Royal Soc. B. (Lond). 270:1979-1989. (Download pdf)

·                    Getz, W. M. 2003. Correlative coherence analysis: variation from intrinsic and extrinsic sources in competing populations.  Theoretical Pop Biol,  64:89-99. (Download pdf)

·                    Getz, W. M. 2003. "Evo-Devo" and the conundrum of sympatric speciation. BioScience 53:313-314. (Download pdf)

·                    Redfern J. V., P. C. Viljoen, J. M. Kruger, and W. M. Getz, 2002. Biases in estimating population size from an aerial census: A case study in the Kruger National Park, South Africa. South African Journal of Science 98:455-461. (Download pdf)

·                    Westphal, M. I., M. Pickett, W. M. Getz, and H. P. Possingham  2003. Optimal landscape reconstruction for an endangered Australian bird: an application of stochastic dynamic programming to a spatially-realistic metapopulation. Ecological Applications 13:543-555. (Download pdf)

·                    Greyling, B.J. P. Kryger, A. D. S. Bastos, P. C. Cross, W. M. Getz, 2002. A preliminary assessment of dispersal of African buffalo (Syncerus caffer) in the Kruger National Park using microsatellite markers. Proceedings, 2nd South African Veterinary Epidemiology and Preventive Medicine Conference.

·                    Suarez, A. V., M. Benard, N. D. Tsutsui, T. A. Blackledge ,K. Copren, E. M. Sarnat, A. L. Wild, W. M. Getz, P. T. Starks, K. Will, P. J. Palsboll, M. E. Hauber , C. Moritz, A. D. Richman, 2002. Conflicts around a study of Mexican crops. Nature 417:897. (Download pdf)

·                    Westerhoff H.V., W.M. Getz, H.W. van Verseveld, J.-H. S. Hofmeyr & J.L. Snoep, 2002. Bioinformatics, cellular flows, and calculation. Eds. H.-W. Mewes, H. Seidel, B. Weiss, Bioinformatics and Gene Flows (Ernst Schering Res Found Workshop. 38, 221-243), Springer, Berlin. (Download pdf)

·                    Schreiber, S. L. R. Fox and W. M. Getz, 2002. Parasitoid sex allocation and influences coevolution of patch selection and stability in host-parasitoid systems. Evolutionary Ecology Research. 5:701-717. (Download pdf)

·                    Getz, W. M. 2002. Book review: Mathematics in the Medicine and the Social Sciences (F. C. Hoppensteadt and C. S. Peskin, Q. Rev. Biol. 77:244-245.

·                    Lansky P. and W. M. Getz, 2001. Receptor heterogeneity and its effect on coding sensitivity and range in olfactory sensory neuron. Bulletin of Mathematical Biology 63:885-908. (Download pdf)

·                    Getz, W. M., R. E. Page, Jr., P. T. Starks, 2001. A Tribute to William Donald Hamilton (1936-2000). Annales Zoologici Fennici. 38:187-188. (Download pdf)

·                    Getz, W. M. 2001. Competition, extinction, and sexuality of species. Annales Zoologici Fennici. 38:315-330. (Download pdf)

·                    Getz, W. M. and P. Lansky. 2001. Receptor disassociation constants and the information entropy of membranes coding ligand concentrations. Chemical Senses 26:95-104. (Download pdf)

·                    Lemon, W. C. and W. M. Getz 2000. Rate code input produces temporal code output from cockroach antennal lobes. Biosystems 58:151-158. (Download pdf)

·                    Ryan, J. M. and W. M. Getz, 2000. Signal decoding and receiver evolution: an analysis using neural networks. Brain, Behavior, and Evolution 56:45-62.

·                    Schreiber, S. L. R. Fox and W. M. Getz, 2000. Coevolution of contrary choices in host-parasitoid systems. Am. Nat. 155:637-648 (Download pdf)

·                    Getz W. M. and W. C. Lemon, 2000.  Discriminating Gourmets, Lovers, and Enophiles? Neural Nets Tell All About Locusts, Toads, and Roaches.  In H. Malmgren, M. Borga, & L. Niklasson (eds.) Artificial Neural Networks in Medicine and Biology, Springer-Verlag, London, pp. 37-44. (Download pdf)

·                    Abstract:  Stark, P., C Blackie, and W. M. Getz, 2000 (Abstract).  The effect of HIV infections on human sexual behavior,  Proceedings, XIII International AIDS Conference, 9-14 July 2000, Abstracts Volume 2, Durban, South Africa, p. 209

·                    Holmgren, M. A. and W. M. Getz, 2000.  Evolution of host plant selection in insects under ecological and perceptual constraints: a simulation study.  Evolutionary Ecology Research. 2:81-106. (Download pdf)

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