Alan A. Berryman
- Ecology of bark beetles (Scolytidae). Field studies on the population ecology of bark beetles and associated organisms.
- Conifer defense mechanisms. Studies of the defense systems of conifers against bark beetles and pathogens.
- Theoretical Ecology. Contributions to a general theory of population dynamics, pest outbreaks, and food web interactions.
- B.Sc. 1959 Imperial College of Science and Technology, London
- M.S. 1961 University of California, Berkeley
- Ph.D. 1964 University of California, Berkeley
Functional web analysis: detecting the structure of population dynamics from multi-species time series. Basic & Applied Ecology: 2: 311-321.
Population: a central concept for ecology. Oikos 97: 439-442.
Population regulation, emergent properties, and a requiem for density dependence. Oikos 99: 600-606.
On principles, laws and theories in population ecology. Oikos 103: 695-701.
Limiting factors and population regulation. Oikos 105:667-670.
Deciphering the Effects of Climate on Animal Populations: Diagnostic Analysis Provides New Interpretation of Soay Sheep Dynamics. American Entomologist 168: 784-795.
Population Cycles: the Case for Trophic Interactions. Oxford University Press, Oxford, UK. [Get information]
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Developer of the Population Analysis System – PAS – A computer system for DOS used in analyzing population dynamics, diagnosing the causes of population fluctuations, and forecasting population changes. For details and free download go to http://classes.entom.wsu.edu/pas
Emeritus Professor of Entomology and Natural Resource Sciences
Associate of the
Royal College of Science