**Books**

- Spatial Ecology via Reaction-Diffusion Equations (with Chris Cosner), John Wiley and Sons
__Computational and Mathematical Biology Series__, John Wiley and Sons, Chichester, U.K., October 2003, 411 pages. - Spatial Ecology (co-edited with Chris Cosner and Shigui Ruan), Chapman Hall/CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL, October 2009, 362 pages.

**Juried Journal Articles** (all co-authorships are considered equal in mathematics and are listed alphabetically)

- Evolution of dispersal in spatial population models with multiple timescales (with Chris Cosner, Mark Lewis and Yuan Lou), Journal of Mathematical Biology, to appear.
- Evolutionary stability of ideal free dispersal under spatial heterogeneity and time periodicity (with Chris Cosner), Mathematical Biosciences,
**305**(2018), 71-76. - Modeling the importation and local transmission of vector-borne diseases in Florida: The case of Zika outbreak in 2016 (with Jing Chen, John Beier, Chris
Cosner, Douglas Fuller, Yongtao Guan, G. Zhang and Shigui Ruan) (Chen lead author), Journal of Theoretical Biology
**455**(2018), 342-356. - On a competitive system with ideal free dispersal (with Chris Cosner, Salome Martinez, and Nicolas Torres), Journal of Differential Equations,
**265**(2018), 3464-3493. - Effects of harvesting mediated by dispersal traits (with Chris Cosner), Natural Resource Modeling, 2018 (available online), DOI: 10.1111/nrm.12168
- Dynamics of populations with individual variation in dispersal on bounded domains (with Chris Cosner and Xiao Yu), Journal of Biological Dynamics,
**12**(2018), 288-317. - Resident-invader dynamics in infinite dimensional systems (with Chris Cosner and King-Yeung Lam), Journal of Differential Equations
**263**(2017), 4565-4616. - Evolution of natal dispersal in spatially heterogeneous environments (with Chris Cosner, Yuan Lou and Sebastian Schreiber), Mathematical Biosciences
**283**(2017), 136-144. - Perceptual ranges, information gathering and foraging success in dynamic landscapes (with William F. Fagan, Eliezer Guarie, Sharon Bewick, Allison Howard,
and Chris Cosner), The American Naturalist
**189**(2017), 474-489. (Fagan lead author) - A tridiagonal patch model of bacteria inhabiting a nanofabricated landscape (with Brian Coomes and Yifan Sha), Mathematical Biosciences and Engineering
**14**(2017), 953-973. - A PDE model of intraguild predation with cross-diffusion (with Xinru Cao, King-Yeung Lam, and Tian Xiang), Discrete and Continuous Dynamical Systems B
**22**(2017), 3653-3661. - Modeling and control of local outbreaks of West Nile virus in the United States (with Jing Chen, Jicai Huang, John C. Beier, R. S. Cantrell, C. Cosner, D. L.
DeAngelis, Douglas O. Fuller, Guoyan Zhang and Shigui Ruan), Discrete and Continuous Dynamical Systems B
**21**(2016), 2423-2449. (Chen lead author) - How resource phenology alters consumer population dynamics (with Sharon Bewick, Chris Cosner, and William F. Fagan), The American Naturalist
**187**(2016), 151-166. (Bewick lead author) - Population dynamics of Rift Valley fever virus: effects of live and killed vaccines on epizootic outbreaks and enzootic maintenance (with Farida Chamchod, Chris Cosner, John Beier and Shigui Ruan), Frontiers in Microbiology (Virology Section), 10.3389/fmicb2016.00061 (2016) (Chamchod lead author)
- A model for the coupling of the Greater Bairam and local environmental factors in promoting Rift-Valley Fever epizootics in Egypt, (with Harold Gil, W.A. Qualls,
Chris Cosner, Don DeAngelis, Ali Hassan, Abel Gad, Shigui Ruan and John Beier). (Gil lead author) Public Health
**130**(2016), 64-71. - From within host dynamics to the epidemiology of infectious disease: Scientific overview and challenges, Mathematical Biosciences
**270B**(2015), 143-155. (with Juan Gutierrez, Mary Galinski, and Eberhard Voit) (Gutierrez lead author) - Modelling the effects of seasonality and socioeconomic impact on the transmission of Rift Valley virus (with Yanyu Xiao, John Beier, Chris Cosner, Don
DeAngelis and Shigui Ruan) PLOS Neglected Tropical Diseases
**9(1)**(2015) (16 pages) (Xiao lead author) - Avoidance behavior in intraguild communities: A cross-diffusion model (with Dan Ryan), Discrete and Continuous Dynamical Systems A
**35**(2015), 1641-1663. (Ryan lead author). - A modeling approach to investigate epizootic outbreaks and enzootic maintenance of Rift Valley fever virus (with Farida Chamchod, Chris Cosner, Ali Hassan,
John C. Beier, and Shigui Ruan), Bulletin of Mathematical Biology
**76**(2014), 2052-2072. (Chamchod lead author) - How climate extremes - not means - define a species' geographic range boundary via a demographic tipping point (with Heather J. Lynch, Marc Rhainds, Justin M.
Calabrese, Chris Cosner and William F. Fagan), Ecological Monographs
**84**(2014), 131-149. (Lynch lead author) - Phenologically explicit models for studying plant-pollinator interactions under climate change (with Sharon Bewick, Chris Cosner, William F. Fagan,
David W. Inouye, and Isabela Galarda Varassin), Theoretical Ecology
**7**(2014), 289-297. (Fagan lead author) - Modeling the spatial spread of Rift Valley Fever in Egypt (with Daozhou Gao, Chris Cosner, John C. Beier and Shigui Ruan), Bulletin of Mathematical Biology
**75**(2013), 523-542. (Gao lead author) - Random dispersal versus fitness-dependent dispersal (with Chris Cosner, Yuan Lou, and Chao Xie), Journal of Differential Equations
**254**(2013), 2905-2941. - Evolutionary stability of ideal free dispersal strategies: A nonlocal dispersal model (with Chris Cosner, Yuan Lou and Dan Ryan), Canadian Applied
Mathematics Quarterly
**20**(2012), 15-38. - Evolutionary stability of ideal free dispersal strategies in patchy environments (with Chris Cosner and Yuan Lou), J. Math. Biology
**65**(2012), 943-65. - Global bifurcation of solutions for crime modeling equations (with Chris Cosner and Raul Manasevich), SIAM Journal on Mathematical Analysis,
**44**(2012), 1340-1358. - Leadership, social learning, and the maintenance (or collapse) of migratory populations (with Chris Cosner, William F. Fagan, Thomas Mueller, and Andrew
Noble), Theoretical Ecology
**5**(2012), 253-265. (Fagan lead author) - The implications of model formulation when transitioning from spatial to landscape ecology (with Chris Cosner and William F. Fagan), Mathematical
Biosciences and Engineering
**9**(2012), 27-60. - Steady-state solutions of a logistic equation with nonlinear boundary conditions (with Chris Cosner and Salome Martinez), Rocky Mountain Journal of Mathematics,
**41**(2011), 445-455. - Evolution of dispersal and the ideal free distribution (with Chris Cosner and Yuan Lou), Mathematical Biosciences and Engineering
**7**(2010), 17-36. - The effects of human movement on the persistence of vector borne diseases (with Chris Cosner, John Beier, Daniel Impoinvil, Lev Kapitanski, Matthew Potts,
Adriana Troyo, and Shigui Ruan), Journal of Theoretical Biology
**258**(2009), 550-560. (Cosner lead author) - Approximating the ideal free distribution via reaction-diffusion-advection equations (with Chris Cosner and Yuan Lou), Journal of Differential Equations
**245**(2008), 3687-3703. - Interspecific variation in critical patch size and gap-crossing ability as determinants of geographical range size distributions (with Chris Cosner,
William F. Fagan and Subramanian Ramakrishnan), The American Naturalist
**173**(2009), 363-375. (Faculty of 1000 Listed) - Global bifurcation of solutions to diffusive logistic equations in bounded domains subject to nonlinear boundary conditions (with Chris Cosner and Salome
Martinez), Proceedings of the Royal Society of Edinburgh
**139A**(2009), 45-56. - The ideal free distribution as an evolutionarily stable strategy (with Chris Cosner, Donald De Angelis and Victor Padron), Journal of Biological Dynamics
**1**(2007), 249-271. - Density dependent behavior habitat boundaries and the Allee effect (with Chris Cosner). Bulletin of Mathematical Biology
**69**(2007), 2339-2360. - Movement toward better environments and the evolution of rapid diffusion (with Chris Cosner and Yuan Lou), Mathematical Biosciences
**204**(2006), 199-214. - Advection-mediated coexistence of competing species (with Chris Cosner and Yuan Lou), Proceedings of the Royal Society of Edinburgh
**137**(2007), 497-518. - On the effects of nonlinear boundary conditions in diffusive logistic equations on bounded domains (with Chris Cosner), Journal of Differential Equations
**231**(2006), 768-804. - Edge-linked dynamics and the scale-dependence of competitive dominance (with Chris Cosner and William Fagan), Mathematical Biosciences and Engineering
**4**(2005), 833-868. - Persistence of fish populations in time and space as a key to sustainable fisheries (with Donald B. Olson, Chris Cosner and Alan Hastings), Bulletin of
Marine Science
**76**(2005), 213-232. - Multiple reversals of competitive dominance in ecological reserves via external habitat degradation (with Chris Cosner and Yuan Lou), Journal of Dynamics and
Differential Equations,
**16**(2004), 973-1010. - Deriving reaction-diffusion models in ecology from interacting particle systems (with Chris Cosner), Journal of Mathematical Biology
**48**(2004), 187-217. - Intraspecific interference and consumer-resource dynamics (with Chris Cosner and Shigui Ruan), Discrete and Continuous Dynamical Systems B
**4**(2004), 527-546. - Habitat edges and predator-prey interactions: effects on critical patch size (with Chris Cosner and William F. Fagan), Mathematical Biosciences
**175**(2002), pp 31-55. - Conditional persistence in logistic models via nonlinear diffusion (with Chris Cosner), Proceedings of the Royal Society of Edinburgh
**132A**(2002), pp 267-281. - Spatial heterogeneity and critical patch size: area effects via diffusion in closed environments (with Chris Cosner), Journal of Theoretical Biology
**209**(2001), pp 161-171. - How predator incursions affect critical patch size: the role of the functional response (with Chris Cosner and William Fagan), The American Naturalist
**158**(2001), pp 368-375. - Effects of domain size on the persistence of populations in a diffusive food-chain model with Beddington-DeAngelis functional response (with Chris Cosner),
Natural Resource Modeling,
**14**(2001), pp. 335-367. *Brucellosis,*botflies and brainworms: the impact of edge habitats on pathogen transmission and species extinction (with Chris Cosner and William F. Fagan), Journal of Mathematical Biology,**42**(2001), pp.95-119.- On the dynamics of predator-prey models with the Beddington-DeAngelis functional response (with Chris Cosner), Journal of Mathematical Analysis and
Applications,
**257**(2001), pp. 206-222. - Upper and lower solutions for a homogeneous Dirichlet problem with nonlinear diffusion and the principle of linearized stability (with Chris Cosner), Rocky
Mountain Journal of Mathematics,
**30**(2000), pp. 1229-1236. - A comparison of foraging strategies in a patchy environment (with Chris Cosner), Mathematical Biosciences
**160**(1999), pp. 25-46. - Diffusion models for population dynamics incorporating individual behavior at boundaries: applications to refuge design (with Chris Cosner), Theoretical
Population Biology
**55**(1999) pp.189-207. - How habitat edges change species interactions (with Chris Cosner and William F. Fagan), The American Naturalist
**153**(1999), pp.165-182. (Fagan lead author). - Skew Brownian motion: a model for diffusion with interfaces? (with Chris Cosner), Proceedings of the International Conference on Mathematical Models in the Medical and Health Sciences, Vanderbilt University Press (1998), pp. 73-78.
- Competitive reversals inside ecological reserves: the role of external habitat degradation (with Chris Cosner and William F. Fagan), Journal of
Mathematical Biology
**37**(1998), pp. 491-533. - On the effects of spatial heterogeneity on the persistence of interacting species (with Chris Cosner), Journal of Mathematical Biology
**37**(1998), pp103-145. - Practical persistence in diffusive food chain models (with Chris Cosner), Natural Resource Modeling
**11**(1998), pp. 21-34. - Permanence of three competitors in seasonal ecological models with spatial heterogeneity (with Eric Avila), Canadian Applied Mathematics Quarterly
**5**(1997), pp. 1-24. - On competition-mediated coexistence (with James Ward, Jr.), SIAM Journal on Applied Mathematics
**57**(1997), pp. 1311-1327. - Bounds on trajectories in diffusive predator-prey models (with Chris Cosner), Proceedings of the 4
^{th}International Conference on Mathematical Population Dynamics, in Advances in Mathematical Population Dynamics: Molecules, Cells and Man, World Scientific Publishing, (1997), pp. 733-746. - Spatially explicit models for the population dynamics of a species colonizing an island (with Chris Cosner and Vivian Huston), Mathematical Biosciences
**136**(1996), pp. 65-107. - Models for predator-prey systems at multiple scales (with Chris Cosner), SIAM Review
**38**(1996), pp. 256-286. - Ecological models, permanence and spatial heterogeneity (with Chris Cosner and Vivian Hutson), Rocky Mountain Journal of Mathematics
**26**(1996), pp. 1-35. - Antibifurcation and the n-species Lotka-Volterra competition model with diffusion, Differential and Integral Equations
**9**(1996), pp. 305-322. - Practical persistence in ecological models via comparison methods (with Chris Cosner), Proceedings of the Royal Society of Edinburgh
**126A**(1996), pp. 247-272. - Insular biogeographic theory and diffusion models in population dynamics (with Chris Cosner), Theoretical Population Biology
**45**(1994), pp. 117-202. - Permanence in ecological systems with spatial heterogeneity (with Chris Cosner and Vivian Hutson), Proceedings of the Royal Society of Edinburgh
**123A**(1993), pp. 533-559. - Should a park be an island? (with Chris Cosner), SIAM Journal on Applied Mathematics
**53**(1993), pp. 219-252. - Permanence in some diffusive Lotka-Volterra models for three interacting species (with Chris Cosner and Vivian Hutson), Dynamic Systems
**2**(1993), pp. 505-530. - On solutions to coupled multiparameter nonlinear Sturm-Liouville boundary value problems whose state components have a specified nodal structure, Resultate
der Mathematik
**22**(1992), pp. 470-488. - A switch in nodal structure in coupled systems of nonlinear Sturm-Liouville boundary value problems, Rocky Mountain Journal of Mathematics
**21**(1991), pp. 1009-1028. - Diffusive logistic equations with indefinite weights: population models in disrupted environments II (with Chris Cosner), SIAM Journal on Mathematical
Analysis
**22**(1991), pp. 1043-1064. - The effects of spatial heterogeneity in population dynamics (with Chris Cosner), Journal of Mathematical Biology
**29**(1991), pp.315-338. - Parameter ranges for the existence of solutions whose state components have specified nodal structure in coupled multiparameter systems of nonlinear
Sturm-Liouville boundary value problems, Proceedings of the Royal Society of Edinburgh
**119A**(1991), pp. 347-365. - On eigenfunctions with sign definite components in weakly coupled linear elliptic systems (with Chris Cosner) Journal of Mathematical Analysis and
Applications
**140**(1989), pp. 310- 323. - Diffusive logistic equations with indefinite weights: population models in disrupted environments (with Chris Cosner), Proceedings of the Royal Society of
Edinburgh
**112**(1989), pp. 293-318. - Global preservation of nodal structure in coupled systems of nonlinear Sturm-Liouville boundary value problems, Proceedings of the American Mathematical Society
**107**(1989), pp. 633-644. - On the uniqueness and stability of positive solutions in the Lotka-Volterra competition model with diffusion (with Chris Cosner), Houston Journal of
Mathematics
**15**(1989), pp. 341-361. - On the simplicity and uniqueness of positive eigenvalues admitting positive eigenfunctions for weakly coupled elliptic systems, Rocky Mountain Journal of
Mathematics
**18**(1988), pp. 269-275. - On the convex case in the positone problem for elliptic systems (with Chris Cosner), Nonlinear Analysis: Theory, Methods, and Applications
**12**(1988), pp. 827-853. - On the generalized spectrum for second-order elliptic systems (with Chris Cosner), Transactions of the American Mathematical Society
**303**(1987), pp. 345-363. - Global higher bifurcations in coupled systems of nonlinear eigenvalue problems, Proceedings of the Royal Society of Edinburgh
**106A**(1987), pp. 113-120. - On the steady-state problem for the Volterra-Lotka competition model with diffusion (with Chris Cosner), Houston Journal of Mathematics
**13**(1987), pp. 337-352. - On coupled multiparameter nonlinear elliptic systems, Transactions of the American Mathematical Society
**294**(1986), pp. 263-285. - On the eigenvalue problem for coupled elliptic systems (with Klaus Schmitt), SIAM Journal on Mathematical Analysis
**17**(1986), pp. 850-862. - On the positone problem for elliptic systems (with Chris Cosner), Indiana University Mathematics Journal
**34**(1985), pp. 517-532. - A homogeneity condition guaranteeing bifurcation in multiparameter nonlinear eigenvalue problems, Nonlinear Analysis: Theory, Methods and Applications
**8**(1984), pp. 159-169. - Multiparameter bifurcation problems and topological degree, Journal of Differential Equations
**52**(1984), pp. 39-51. - Multiparameter bifurcation problems for second order ordinary differential equations, Rocky Mountain Journal of Mathematics
**12**(1982), pp. 795-806.

**Other Works, Publications and Abstracts**

- Permanence in periodic-parabolic ecological systems with spatial heterogeneity (with Eric Avila), in World Scientific Series in Applicable Analysis
**4**(Dynamical Systems and Applications), World Scientific Publishing, (1995), pp. 63-76 (invited paper). - Review of
*The Theory and Applications of Reaction-Diffusion Equations: Patterns and Waves*by Peter Grindrod, Bulletin of Mathematical Biology**59**(1997), pp. 1199-1201. - Effects of aggregative movement on population dynamics and critical patch size (with Chris Cosner), submitted.
- "Evolution of dispersal in heterogeneous landscapes" (with Chris Cosner and Yuan Lou),
__Spatial Ecology__(R.S. Cantrell, C. Cosner and S. Ruan, eds.), Chapman Hall/CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL 2009, pp. 213-227 (refereed survey). - Evolutionary stable movement strategies in reaction-diffusion models with edge behavior (with Gabriel Macial, Chris Cosner, and Frithjof Lutscher) (Macial lead author), submitted.