Paul R Ehrlich


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Paul R

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Ehrlich

Publications in SciGraph latest 50 shown

  • 2016-08 Population, Resources, and the Faith-Based Economy: the Situation in 2016 in BIOPHYSICAL ECONOMICS AND RESOURCE QUALITY
  • 2015-12 Tropical countryside riparian corridors provide critical habitat and connectivity for seed-dispersing forest birds in a fragmented landscape in JOURNAL OF ORNITHOLOGY
  • 2015-05 Economic development and coastal ecosystem change in China in SCIENTIFIC REPORTS
  • 2015 Butterfly Nexus in THE LIVES OF LEPIDOPTERISTS
  • 2014-07 Climate engineering reconsidered in NATURE CLIMATE CHANGE
  • 2014-05 Public outreach: Industries depend on biodiversity too in NATURE
  • 2012-06 Securing natural capital and expanding equity to rescale civilization in NATURE
  • 2011-03 A personal view: environmental education—its content and delivery in JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES AND SCIENCES
  • 2010-10 Setting the record straight (again) in NATURE
  • 2010-04 Local people value environmental services provided by forested parks in BIODIVERSITY AND CONSERVATION
  • 2010 Askö in Stanford 2000: Are We Consuming Too Much? in BRINGING ECOLOGISTS AND ECONOMISTS TOGETHER
  • 2010 Askö 2001: Sustainability’s Compass – Indicators of Genuine Wealth in BRINGING ECOLOGISTS AND ECONOMISTS TOGETHER
  • 2010 Askö 2000: Genetic Diversity and Interdependent Crop Choices in Agriculture in BRINGING ECOLOGISTS AND ECONOMISTS TOGETHER
  • 2010 Askö 1995: Resilience in Natural and Socioeconomic Systems in BRINGING ECOLOGISTS AND ECONOMISTS TOGETHER
  • 2010 Askö 1998: The Value of Nature and the Nature of Value in BRINGING ECOLOGISTS AND ECONOMISTS TOGETHER
  • 2010 Askö 1997: Food Production, Population Growth, and the Environment in BRINGING ECOLOGISTS AND ECONOMISTS TOGETHER
  • 2010 Askö 2002: Coping with Uncertainty – A Call for a New Science-Policy Forum in BRINGING ECOLOGISTS AND ECONOMISTS TOGETHER
  • 2009-12 Ecoethics: Now Central to All Ethics in JOURNAL OF BIOETHICAL INQUIRY
  • 2009-01 Diversity in Current Ecological Thinking: Implications for Environmental Management in ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT
  • 2008-01 Nature’s Economy and the Human Economy in ENVIRONMENTAL AND RESOURCE ECONOMICS
  • 2003-01 Effects of household dynamics on resource consumption and biodiversity in NATURE
  • 2002-11 Some Roots of Terrorism in POPULATION AND ENVIRONMENT
  • 2002-08 The route to extinction: population dynamics of a threatened butterfly in OECOLOGIA
  • 1999-07 Managing Earth's Ecosystems: An Interdisciplinary Challenge in ECOSYSTEMS
  • 1995-07 Response to Bartlett and Lytwak (1995): Population and immigration policy in the United States in POPULATION AND ENVIRONMENT
  • 1995-02 Preservation of biodiversity in small rainforest patches: rapid evaluations using butterfly trapping in BIODIVERSITY AND CONSERVATION
  • 1995 Population Extinction and the Biodiversity Crisis in BIODIVERSITY CONSERVATION
  • 1994-11 Influence of social status on individual foraging and community structure in a bird guild in OECOLOGIA
  • 1994-09 Estimating female reproductive success of a threatened butterfly: influence of emergence time and hostplant phenology in OECOLOGIA
  • 1994-07 Optimum human population size in POPULATION AND ENVIRONMENT
  • 1994 Identifying Extinction Threats: Global Analyses of the Distribution of Biodiversity and the Expansion of the Human Enterprise in ECOSYSTEM MANAGEMENT
  • 1994 Population Extinction and the Biodiversity Crisis1 in BIODIVERSITY CONSERVATION: PROBLEMS AND POLICIES
  • 1994 Population, Sustainability, and Earth’s Carrying Capacity in ECOSYSTEM MANAGEMENT
  • 1993-11 Adult emergence phenology in checkerspot butterflies: the effects of macroclimate, topoclimate, and population history in OECOLOGIA
  • 1991-12 Determinants of spatial distribution in a population of the subalpine butterfly Oeneis chryxus in OECOLOGIA
  • 1991-03 We've run the test in POPULATION AND ENVIRONMENT
  • 1990-06 A reexamination of hilltopping in Euphydryas editha in OECOLOGIA
  • 1989 The Global Commons and National Security in CLIMATE AND GEO-SCIENCES
  • 1989 Conservation Biology of California’s Remnant Native Grasslands in GRASSLAND STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION
  • 1988-05 Population structure of a hilltopping butterfly in OECOLOGIA
  • 1987-01 Rainfall and the interaction of microclimate with larval resources in the population dynamics of checkerspot butterflies (Euphydryas editha) inhabiting serpentine grassland in OECOLOGIA
  • 1986-06 Euphydryas anicia (Lepidoptera: Nymphalidae) utilization of iridoid glycosides fromCastilleja andBesseya (Scrophulariaceae) host plants in JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL ECOLOGY
  • 1986-05 Insular biogeography of the montane butterfly faunas in the Great Basin: comparison with birds and mammals in OECOLOGIA
  • 1984-05 Nectar source distribution as a determinant of oviposition host species in Euphydryas chalcedona in OECOLOGIA
  • 1983-02 The role of adult feeding in egg production and population dynamics of the checkerspot butterfly Euphydryas editha in OECOLOGIA
  • 1983-02 The coevolution of Euphydryas chalcedona butterflies and their larval host plants in OECOLOGIA
  • 1983-02 The coevolution of Euphydryas chalcedona butterflies and their larval host plants in OECOLOGIA
  • 1982-02 Coevolution of the checkerspot butterfly Euphydryas chalcedona and its larval food plant Diplacus aurantiacus: larval response to protein and leaf resin in OECOLOGIA
  • 1982-01 Social behavior of butterfly and surgeonfishes on coral reefs: Some mirror experiments in OECOLOGIA
  • 1982-01 Ecological determinants of food plant choice in the checkerspot butterfly Euphydryas editha in Colorado in OECOLOGIA
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