CEES papers inspired by Leigh Van Valen

Stenseth, N.C. 1979 Where have all the species gone? On the nature of extinction and the Red Queen Hypothesis - Oikos 33: 196-227.

Stenseth, N.C. & Maynard Smith, J. 1984 Coevolution in ecosystems: Red Queen evolution or stasis? - Evolution 38(4): 870-880.

Stenseth, N.C. 1985 Darwinian evolution in ecosystems: the Red Queen view in Evolution - Essays in honour of John Maynard Smith, Cambridge University Press, p. 55-72.

Liow, L.H., Van Valen, L. & Stenseth, N.C. 2011 Red Queen: from populations to taxa and communities - Trends in Ecology and Evolution 26(7): 349-358

Liow, L.H., Simpson, C., Bouchard, F., Damuth, J., Hallgrimsson, B., Hunt, G., McShea, D.W., Powell J.R., Stenseth, N.C., Stoller, M.K. & Wagner G. 2011
Pioneering paradigms and magnificent manifestos — Leigh Van Valen's priceless contributions to evolutionary biology  - Evolution 65(4): 917-922

Voje, K.L., Holen, Ø.H., Liow, L.H. & Stenseth, N.C. 2015 The role of biotic forces in driving macroevolution: beyond the Red Queen - Proceedings B 282:1808

Nordbotten, J.M. & Stenseth, N.C., 2016 Asymmetric ecological conditions favor Red-Queen type of continued evolution over stasis - PNAS 113(7): 1847-1852

Nordbotten, J.M., Levin, S.A., Szathmáry, E. & Stenseth, N.C. 2017 Ecological and evolutionary dynamics of interconnectedness and modularity - PNAS 115(4): 750-755

Žliobaitė, I., Fortelius, M. & Stenseth N.C. 2017 Reconciling taxon senescence with the Red Queen’s hypothesis - Nature 552: 92-95



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