Ulf Dieckmann

Personal

·      Name: Ulf Dieckmann, Univ. Doz. Dr. rer. nat. habil.

·      Citizenship: German

·      Address: Evolution and Ecology Program, International Institute for
Applied Systems Analysis, Schlossplatz 1, A–2361 Laxenburg, Austria

·      Phone: +43 2236 807 386 (direct), 231 (secretary)

·      Fax: +43 2236 71313 (central), +43 2236 807 466 (local)

·      Email: dieckmann@iiasa.ac.at

·      Web: www.iiasa.ac.at/Research/EEP

·      Reprints: www.iiasa.ac.at/~dieckman

·      ResearcherID: E-1424-2011

·      Publication and citation overview: www.researcherid.com/rid/E-1424-2011

·      Google Scholar Citations profile: scholar.google.com/citations?user=rAcGGSgAAAAJ

·      ORCID (Open Researcher and Contributor ID): 0000-0001-7089-0393

Positions

·      Since January 2014: Program Director, Evolution and Ecology Program, International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis, Laxenburg, Austria

·      January 2006 to December 2013: Program Leader, Evolution and Ecology Program, International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis, Laxenburg, Austria

·      June 2004 to December 2005: Program Leader, Adaptive Dynamics Network, International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis, Laxenburg, Austria

·      November 2001 to June 2004: Project Leader, Adaptive Dynamics Network, International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis, Laxenburg, Austria

·      August 1996 to October 2001: Project Coordinator, Adaptive Dynamics Network, International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis, Laxenburg, Austria

·      January 1996 to July 1996: Research Fellow, Institute for Advanced Study, Wissenschaftskolleg zu Berlin, Germany

·      May 1995 to December 1995: Research Scholar, Institute of Evolutionary and Ecological Sciences, Leiden University, The Netherlands

·      October 1994 to April 1995: Research Scholar, Neurodynamics Group, Research Center Jülich, Germany

·      April 1992 to September 1994: Research Assistant, Theoretical Ecology Group, Research Center Jülich, Germany

·      October 1991 to March 1992: Consultant, Dynamics of Computation Group, Xerox Palo Alto Research Center, California, USA

·      October 1990 to September 1991: Teaching Assistant, Institute of Theoretical Physics, University of Aachen, Germany

Degrees

·      January 2000: Habilitation in biomathematics (venia legendi), University of Vienna, Austria. Habilitationsschrift titled From Individuals to Populations: Systematic Model Reduction in Evolutionary Theory and Spatial Ecology   Reprint 

·      January 1997: Ph.D. in biology, Leiden University, The Netherlands. Ph.D. thesis titled The Dynamical Theory of Coevolution   Reprint 

·      October 1994: Diplom in physics (master’s degree), University of Aachen, Germany. Overall grade (range from 1.0 to 4.0): 1.0 mit Auszeichnung (with special distinction). Individual grades: 1.0 in Theoretical Physics, 1.0 in Experimental Physics, 1.0 in Statistical Physics, 1.0 in Theoretical Ecology, 1.0 for Master’s thesis, titled Coevolutionary Dynamics of Stochastic Replicator Systems   Reprint 

·      October 1990: Vordiplom in physics (bachelor’s degree), University of Aachen, Germany. Overall grade: 1.0. Individual grades: 1.0 in Theoretical Physics, 1.0 in Experimental Physics, 1.0 in Mathematics, 1.0 in Chemistry

·      June 1986: Abitur (high school degree), Gymnasium Waldstraße, Hattingen, Germany. Overall grade: 1.0

Awards & Appointments

·      January 2013: Appointment as Co-Chair of the Working Group on Fisheries-Induced Evolution (WGEVO) of the International Council for the Exploration of the Sea, ICES, Copenhagen, Denmark (2013–2015)

·      November 2011: Invitation to the Editorial Board of the Journal of Evolutionary Medicine (2011–present)

·      May 2008: Election as Chair of the Research Networking Programme Frontiers of speciation research (FroSpects) of the European Science Foundation, ESF (2008–2013)

·      July 2007: Appointment to the Scientific Committee of the EUROCORES Programme The evolution of cooperation and trading (TECT) coordinated by the European Science Foundation, ESF (2007–2010)

·      November 2006: Appointment as Co-Chair of the Study Group on Fisheries-Induced Adaptive Change (SGFIAC) of the International Council for the Exploration of the Sea, ICES, Copenhagen, Denmark (2007–2012)

·      April 2005: Award of the Golden Vienna Brain by the Vienna Science and Technology Fund, WWTF, Austria

·      May 2001: Invitation as a Visiting Professor by the Institute of Evolutionary Sciences, University of Montpellier 2, France (2002–2004)

·      August 1998: Invitation as a Guest Lecturer by the Department of Mathematics, University of Vienna, Austria (1998–1999)

·      February 1998: Award of the Kees Bakker Prize for the best Ph.D. thesis in population biology at Leiden University, by the Institute of Evolutionary and Ecological Sciences, Leiden, The Netherlands

·      June 1995: Invitation as a Research Fellow by the Institute for Advanced Study, Wissenschaftskolleg zu Berlin, Germany (1996)

·      June 1995: Award of the Springorum Medal for outstanding examination results, by the University of Aachen, Germany

·      March 1995: Award of a postdoc-equivalent scholarship by the Netherlands Organization for Scientific Research, Amsterdam, The Netherlands (1995)

·      August 1988: Award of a six-year university scholarship by the Evangelisches Studienwerk, Villigst, Germany (1988–1994)

·      June 1986: Valedictorian Award, Class of 1986, Gymnasium Waldstraße, Hattingen, Germany

Grants

·      July 2010: Grant for the workshop Species interactions and speciation by the European Science Foundation (coorganizer; January 2013: € 20,000)

·      July 2010: Grant for the workshop Niche theory and speciation (coorganizer; August 2011: € 20,000)

·      July 2010: Grant for the winter school Eco-evolutionary modeling of speciation (coorganizer; March 2011: € 20,000)

·      July 2010: Grant for the conference Speciation 2010 – First European conference on speciation research by the European Science Foundation (coorganizer; December 2010: € 30,000)

·      November 2008: Grant for the conference Evolution of cooperation – Models and theories by the European Science Foundation, ESF (coorganizer; September 2009: € 42,000)

·      May 2008: Grant for the research project Understanding strategic variation in plant species by the Kempe Foundations (co-principal investigator; 2008–2010: € 53,000)

·      January 2008: Grant for the Research Networking Programme Frontiers of speciation research (FroSpects) by the European Science Foundation, ESF (initiator and co-applicant; 2008–2013: € 500,000)

·      September 2007: Grant for the Discovery Project Plant ecological strategies across species and an evolutionary-ecology vegetation model by the Australian Research Council, ARC (co-applicant and co-principal investigator; 2008–2011; € 424,000)

·      June 2007: Grant for the research project The adaptive evolution of mutualistic interactions by the Austrian Science Fund, FWF, as part of the multinational collaborative research project Mutualisms, contracts, space, and dispersal (BIOCONTRACT) selected by the European Science Foundation, ESF (principal investigator, 2008–2013: € 195,000)

·      December 2006: Grant for the Specific Targeted Research Project Fisheries-induced evolution (FinE) by the European Commission, Research Directorate for Fisheries and Maritime Affairs (initiator, principal contractor, and network coordinator; 2007–2010: € 1,800,000)

·      December 2006: Grant for the two research projects Integrative modelling of fish-angler interactions and Modelling the ecological and evolutionary impact of size-selective recreational fishing on freshwater fish by the Leibniz Institute of Freshwater Ecology and Inland Fisheries, IGB, Berlin, Germany (principal investigator; 2006–2009: € 216,000)

·      November 2006: Grant for the research project Evolution and cooperation in heterogeneous spatial games by the Austrian Science Fund, FWF (co-applicant and co-principal investigator; 2007–2008: € 66,000)

·      January 2006: Grant for the research project Influence of past and present environment on life history by the Austrian Science Fund, FWF (co-supervisor; 2006–2010: € 260,000)

·      December 2005: Grant for the research task Evaluation of fisheries-induced evolution as part of the Specific Targeted Research Project Understanding the mechanisms of stock recovery (UNCOVER) by the European Commission, Research Directorate for Fisheries and Maritime Affairs (principal investigator and subcontractor; 2006–2007: € 62,000)

·      March 2005: Grant for the research project Mathematics and evolution: Mathematical and statistical analysis of ecological and genetic diversity by the Vienna Science and Technology Fund, WWTF (co-applicant and co-principal investigator; 2006–2008: € 500,000)

·      July 2004: Grant for the European Research Training Network Fisheries-induced adaptive change in exploited stocks (FishACE) by the European Commission, Research Directorate General (initiator, principal contractor, and network coordinator; 2005–2009: € 2,900,000)

·      December 2003: Grant for the research project Linking molecular evolution in ancient lakes with recent innovations in speciation theory by the Bureau for Scientific and Technological Cooperation of the Austrian Exchange Service (principal investigator; 2004–2005: € 5,000)

·      October 2003: Grant for the research project Fisheries-induced evolutionary changes in the Yellow Sea by the National Natural Science Foundation of China (co-principal investigator; 2004–2007: € 35,000)

·      December 2001: Grant supporting two Dutch postdoctoral collaborators staying at IIASA for a total duration of six months, by the Netherlands Organization for Scientific Research (postdoctoral advisor; 2002: € 28,000)

·      May 2000: Grant for the research project Adaptive dynamics in context: Facing the challenges of modern evolutionary theory by the Austrian Ministry of Education, Science, and Culture (principal investigator; 2000–2004: € 124,000)

·      May 2000: Grant for the research project Adaptive dynamics of ecological populations by the Austrian Science Fund, FWF (principal investigator; 2000–2004: € 81,000)

·      October 1999: Grant for the European Research Training Network Modern life-history theory and its application to the management of natural resources (ModLife) by the European Commission, Research Directorate General (initiator, principal contractor, and network coordinator; 2000–2004: € 1,200,000)

·      July 1999: Grant for the workshop Fisheries-induced adaptive change by the European Science Foundation (organizer; March 2001: € 15,000)

·      June 1999: Grant for the workshop Adaptive speciation by the European Science Foundation (organizer; December 1999: € 15,000)

·      September 1998: Grant for two workshops on Evolutionary conservation biology by the European Science Foundation (organizer; November & December 1998: € 15,000)

·      July 1997: Grant for the research project The study of adaptation and self-organization by the Austrian Ministry of Science and Transport (principal investigator; 1997–2000: € 93,000)

Conferences, Symposia & Workshops

·      April 8–11, 2014: Conference Evolution of cooperation (coorganizer) jointly organized by the National Natural Science Foundation of China (NSFC) and IIASA, Sino-German Center for Research Promotion, Beijing, China

·      August 19–23, 2013: Working Group on Fisheries-induced evolution (WGEVO; coorganizer) of the International Council for the Exploration of the Sea, IIASA, Laxenburg, Austria

·      January 16–18, 2013: Workshop on Species interactions and speciation (coorganizer), Umeå University, Umeå, Sweden

·      April 30 – May 5, 2012: Working Group on Fisheries-induced evolution (WGEVO; coorganizer) of the International Council for the Exploration of the Sea, Institute of Marine Research, Bergen, Norway

·      August 29–31, 2011: Workshop on Niche theory and speciation (coorganizer), Keszthely, Hungary

·      May 2–6, 2011: Working Group on Fisheries-induced evolution (WGEVO; coorganizer) of the International Council for the Exploration of the Sea, ICES Headquarters, Copenhagen, Denmark

·      March 6–12, 2011: Winter school on Eco-evolutionary modeling of speciation (coorganizer), Abisko Field Station, Abisko, Sweden

·      December 13–15, 2010: Speciation 2010 – First European conference on speciation research (coorganizer), IIASA, Laxenburg, Austria

·      September 23–24, 2010: Fisheries-induced adaptive changes and their consequences: Why should we care, and what can we do? (coorganizer), Theme Session held at the ICES Annual Science Conference, Nantes, France

·      August 3–6, 2010: Workshop on Evolution of divergence and speciation models of specific systems (coorganizer), Hólar University College, Hólar, Iceland

·      April 26 – May 2, 2010: Working Group on Fisheries-induced evolution (WGEVO; coorganizer) of the International Council for the Exploration of the Sea, ICES Headquarters, Copenhagen, Denmark

·      March 8–12, 2010: Annual Meeting of the European Research Network FinE (coorganizer), Leuven, Belgium

·      October 5–10, 2009: Annual Meeting of the European Research Network FinE (coorganizer), Bornholm, Denmark

·      September 15–18, 2009: Conference on Evolution of cooperation – Models and theories (coorganizer), IIASA, Laxenburg, Austria

·      May 7–9, 2009: Workshop on Mutualism (coorganizer), Harvard University, Cambridge, USA

·      March 30 – April 3, 2009: Study Group on Fisheries-induced adaptive change (SGFIAC; coorganizer) of the International Council for the Exploration of the Sea, ICES Headquarters, Copenhagen, Denmark

·      October 13–16, 2008: Annual Meeting of the European Research Network FinE (coorganizer), Biarritz, France

·      July 21–27, 2008: Annual Meeting of the European Research Training Network FishACE (coorganizer), Bergen, Norway

·      March 25–28, 2008: Workshop of the European Research Training Network FishACE on Evolutionarily enlightened fisheries management (coorganizer), Maastricht, The Netherlands

·      March 3–9, 2008: Workshop of the European Research Network FinE on Atlantic salmon, Pitlochry, UK

·      January 21–25, 2008: Study Group on Fisheries-induced adaptive change (SGFIAC; coorganizer) of the International Council for the Exploration of the Sea, ICES Headquarters, Copenhagen, Denmark

·      October 17–19, 2007: Workshop of the European Research Training Network FishACE on Size-structured population models (coorganizer), Umeå University, Umeå, Sweden

·      September 25–27, 2007: Opening Meeting of the European Research Network FinE (coorganizer), Bergen, Norway

·      May 8–11, 2007: Annual Meeting of the European Research Training Network FishACE (coorganizer), Port-en-Bessin, France

·      February 26 – March 2, 2007: Study Group on Fisheries-induced adaptive change (SGFIAC; coorganizer) of the International Council for the Exploration of the Sea, Portuguese Research Institute for Agriculture and Fisheries, Lisbon, Portugal

·      December 11–15, 2006: Workshop on Causes of ecological and genetic diversity (coorganizer), Erwin Schrödinger Institute for Mathematical Physics, Vienna, Austria

·      September 21, 2006: Evolutionary effects of exploitation on marine resources (coorganizer), Theme Session held at the ICES Annual Science Conference, Maastricht, The Netherlands

·      September 18, 2006: Sustainable harvesting of natural resources: New insights from evolutionary ecology and community dynamics (coorganizer), Session held at the annual conference of the Japanese Society for Mathematical Biology, Kyushu University, Fukuoka, Japan

·      August 20–22, 2006: Workshop of the European Research Training Network FishACE on Atlantic cod, Atlantic herring, and sprat in the Baltic and on Evolutionary responses of food webs to harvesting (coorganizer), National Board of Fisheries, Öregrund, Sweden

·      July 22–25, 2006: Annual Meeting of the European Research Training Network FishACE (coorganizer), Hólar University College, Hólar, Iceland

·      July 18–19, 2006: Methods Course of the European Research Training Network FishACE on Applied statistics, fisheries biology, and management (coorganizer), Hólar University College, Hólar, Iceland

·      May 3–5, 2006: Workshop of the European Research Training Network FishACE on Eco-genetic models and on Evolutionary energy allocation models (coorganizer), Deia, Spain

·      May 2–3, 2006: Methods Course of the European Research Training Network FishACE on Evolutionary modeling (coorganizer), Deia, Spain

·      March 23–25, 2006: Workshop on Climate change, upwelling, fisheries, and coastal communities (coorganizer), International Centre for Theoretical Physics, Trieste, Italy

·      November 10, 2005: Theoretical advances in evolutionary conservation biology (organizer), Symposium held at the First DIVERSITAS International Conference on Biodiversity, Oaxaca, Mexico

·      July 7–9, 2005: Opening Meeting of the European Research Training Network FishACE (organizer), IIASA, Laxenburg, Austria

·      February 18, 2005: Evolutionary fisheries science (organizer), Symposium held at the AAAS Annual Meeting 2005, Washington D.C., USA

·      August 28, 2004: The overlooked evolutionary dimension of modern fisheries (organizer), Symposium held at the EuroScience Open Forum 2004, Stockholm, Sweden

·      June 21–25, 2004: Recent advances in adaptive dynamics (organizer), Symposium held at the Conference on Computational and Mathematical Population Dynamics, Trento, Italy

·      May 18–21, 2004: Linking evolutionary and ecosystem ecology (organizer), Symposium held at the Final Conference of the European Science Foundation’s Programme on Linking Community and Ecosystem Ecology (LINKECOL), Palma de Mallorca, Spain

·      November 28–29, 2002: Annual Meeting of the European Research Training Network ModLife (organizer), IIASA, Laxenburg, Austria

·      October 1, 2002: The effects of fishing on the genetic composition of living marine resources (coorganizer), Theme Session held at the ICES Annual Science Conference and Centenary, Copenhagen, Denmark

·      July 3, 2002: The importance of disruptive selection for evolutionary change (coorganizer), Symposium held at the 5th Conference of the European Society for Mathematical and Theoretical Biology, Milano, Italy

·      May 15–17, 2002: Annual Meeting of the European Research Training Network ModLife (organizer), IIASA, Laxenburg, Austria

·      March 22–23, 2001: Opening Meeting of the European Research Training Network ModLife (organizer), IIASA, Laxenburg, Austria

·      March 14–17, 2001: Workshop on Fisheries-induced adaptive change (organizer), IIASA, Laxenburg, Austria

·      November 3–6, 2000: Adaptive dynamics and spatial ecology (organizer), Opening workshop of Japan–IIASA population ecology collaboration, IIASA, Laxenburg, Austria

·      December 10–13, 1999: Workshop on Adaptive speciation (organizer), IIASA, Laxenburg, Austria

·      August 24, 1999: Linking ecology to evolution: Non-equilibrium processes and adaptive dynamics (coorganizer), Symposium held at the 7th Congress of the European Society for Evolutionary Biology, Barcelona, Spain

·      December 13–15, 1998: Workshop on Adaptive responses to environmental threats: From individuals to ecosystems (coorganizer), IIASA, Laxenburg, Austria

·      November 29 to December 1, 1998: Workshop on Evolutionary conservation biology: The genetics of rarity (coorganizer), IIASA, Laxenburg, Austria

·      December 18–20, 1997: Workshop on Virulence management: Between theory and experiment (organizer), IIASA, Laxenburg, Austria

·      December 11–13, 1997: Workshop on Virulence management: Mathematical models of virulence evolution (organizer), IIASA, Laxenburg, Austria

·      December 10–13, 1996: Special week on adaptive dynamics (organizer), IIASA, Laxenburg, Austria

·      November 14–16, 1996: Workshop on Low-dimensional dynamics of spatial ecological systems: Invasion, persistence, and adaptation in the spatial domain (organizer), IIASA, Laxenburg, Austria

·      November 7–9, 1996: Workshop on Low-dimensional dynamics of spatial ecological systems: Between field ecology and dimension reduction (organizer), IIASA, Laxenburg, Austria

·      August 25–30, 1996: Workshop on Adaptive dynamics: Beyond the ESS (organizational assistance), Matrahaza, Hungary

·      July 10–11, 1996: Workshop on Strategies in spatial ecological modeling: Reliability, robustness and generality (organizer), Institute for Advanced Study, Berlin, Germany

Books

Excerpts and reprints are available at www.iiasa.ac.at/~dieckman/reprints and through the links below.

·      Feng ZL, Dieckmann U & Levin SA eds. (2006). Disease Evolution: Models, Concepts, and Data Analyses. American Mathematical Society   Excerpts 

·      Dieckmann U, Doebeli M, Metz JAJ & Tautz D eds. (2004). Adaptive Speciation. Cambridge University Press   Excerpts 

·      Ferrière R, Dieckmann U & Couvet D eds. (2004). Evolutionary Conservation Biology. Cambridge University Press   Excerpts 

·      Dieckmann U, Metz JAJ, Sabelis MW & Sigmund K eds. (2002). Adaptive Dynamics of Infectious Diseases: In Pursuit of Virulence Management. Cambridge University Press   Excerpts 

·      Dieckmann U, Law R & Metz JAJ eds. (2000). The Geometry of Ecological Interactions: Simplifying Spatial Complexity. Cambridge University Press   Excerpts 

Theses:

·      Dieckmann U (1999). From Individuals to Populations: Systematic Model Reduction in Evolutionary Theory and Spatial Ecology. Venia legendi thesis (Habilitationsschrift), University of Vienna, Austria   Reprint 

·      Dieckmann U (1996). The Dynamical Theory of Coevolution. Ph.D. thesis, Leiden University, The Netherlands   Reprint 

·      Dieckmann U (1994). Coevolutionary Dynamics of Stochastic Replicator Systems. Master’s thesis, University of Aachen, Germany, and Central Library of the Research Center Juelich, Germany   Reprint 

Books in preparation:

·      Dieckmann U & Metz JAJ eds. Elements of Adaptive Dynamics. Cambridge University Press

·      Dieckmann U, Godø OR, Heino M & Mork J eds. Fisheries-induced Adaptive Change. Cambridge University Press

Articles

Reprints are available at www.iiasa.ac.at/~dieckman/reprints and through the links below.

[1]        Abbott R, Albach D, Ansell S, Arntzen JW, Baird SJ, Bierne N, Boughman J, Brelsford A, Buerkle CA, Buggs R, Butlin RK, Dieckmann U, Eroukhmanoff F, Grill A, Cahan SH, Hermansen JS, Hewitt G, Hudson AG, Jiggins C, Jones J, Keller B, Marczewski T, Mallet J, Martinez-Rodriguez P, Möst M, Mullen S, Nichols R, Nolte AW, Parisod C, Pfennig K, Rice AM, Ritchie MG, Seifert B, Smadja CM, Stelkens R, Szymura JM, Väinölä R, Wolf JB & Zinner D (2013). Hybridization and speciation. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 26: 229–46   Reprint 

[2]        Allen B, Nowak MA & Dieckmann U (2013). Adaptive dynamics with interaction structure. American Naturalist 181: E139-E163

[3]        Arlinghaus R, Boukal D, Dieckmann U, Dunlop E, Enberg K, Ernande B, Gårdmark A, Heino M, Johnston F, Jørgensen C, Matsumura S, Pardoe H, Raab K, Rijnsdorp A, Silva A & Vainikka A [group members in alphabetical order] (2007). Report of the Study Group on Fisheries-Induced Adaptive Change (SGFIAC). ICES CM 2007/RMC: 03   Reprint 

[4]        Arlinghaus R, Matsumura S & Dieckmann U (2009). Quantifying selection differentials caused by recreational fishing: Development of modeling framework and application to reproductive investment in pike (Esox lucius). Evolutionary Applications 2: 335–355   Reprint 

[5]        Arlinghaus R, Matsumura S & Dieckmann U (2010). The conservation and fishery benefits of protecting large pike (Esox lucius L.) by harvest regulations in recreational fishing. Biological Conservation 143: 1444–1459    Reprint 

[6]        Barabás G, Pigolotti S, Gyllenberg M, Dieckmann U & Meszéna G (2012). Continuous coexistence or discrete species? A new review of an old question. Evolutionary Ecology Research 14: 523–554

[7]        Barot S, Heino M, Morgan MJ & Dieckmann U (2005). Maturation of the Newfoundland American plaice (Hippoglossoides platessoides): Long-term trends in maturation reaction norms despite low fishing mortality? ICES Journal of Marine Science 62: 56–64   Reprint 

[8]        Barot S, Heino M, O’Brien L & Dieckmann U (2002). Reaction norms for age and size at maturation: Study of the long-term trend (1970-1998) for Georges Bank and Gulf of Maine cod stocks. ICES CM 2002/Y: 03   Reprint 

[9]        Barot S, Heino M, O’Brien L & Dieckmann U (2004). Estimating reaction norms for age and size at maturation when age at first reproduction is unknown. Evolutionary Ecology Research 6: 659–678   Reprint 

[10]      Barot S, Heino M, O’Brien L & Dieckmann U (2004). Long-term trend in the maturation reaction norm of two cod stocks. Ecological Applications 14: 1257–1271   Reprint 

[11]      Baulier L, Heino M, Lilly GR & Dieckmann U (2006). Body condition and evolution of maturation of Atlantic cod in Newfoundland. ICES CM 2006/H: 19   Reprint 

[12]      Bodin M, Brännström Å & Dieckmann U (2012). A systematic overview of harvesting-induced maturation evolution in predator-prey systems with three different life-history tradeoffs. Bulletin of Mathematical Biology 74: 2842–2860

[13]      Boukal DS, Dieckmann U, Enberg K, Heino M & Jørgensen C (2014). Life-history implications of the allometric scaling of growth. Journal of Theoretical Biology, in press

[14]      Boukal DS, Dunlop ES, Heino M & Dieckmann U (2008). Fisheries-induced evolution of body size and other life history traits: The impact of gear selectivity. ICES CM 2008/F: 07   Reprint 

[15]      Boza G, Kun Á, Scheuring I & Dieckmann U (2012). Strategy diversity stabilizes mutualism through investment cycles, phase polymorphism, and spatial bubbles. PLOS Computational Biology 8: e1002660

[16]      Brännström Å & Dieckmann U (2005). Evolutionary dynamics of altruism and cheating among social amoebas. Proceedings of the Royal Society London Series B 272: 1609–1616   Reprint 

[17]      Brännström Å, Gross T, Blasius B & Dieckmann U (2011). Consequences of fluctuating group size for the evolution of cooperation. Journal of Mathematical Biology 63: 263–281   Reprint 

[18]      Brännström Å, Johansson J, Loeuille N, Kristensen N, Troost T, HilleRisLambers R & Dieckmann U (2012). Modeling the ecology and evolution of communities: A review of past achievements, current efforts, and future promises. Evolutionary Ecology Research 14: 601–625

[19]      Brännström Å, Loeuille N, Loreau M & Dieckmann U (2011). Emergence and maintenance of biodiversity in an evolutionary food-web model. Theoretical Ecology 4: 467–478   Reprint 

[20]      Bronstein JL, Dieckmann U & Ferrière R (2004). Coevolutionary dynamics and the conservation of mutualisms. In: Evolutionary Conservation Biology, eds. Ferrière R, Dieckmann U & Couvet D, pp. 305–326. Cambridge University Press   Reprint 

[21]      Chen X, Gross T & Dieckmann U (2013). Shared rewarding overcomes defection traps in generalized volunteer’s dilemmas. Journal of Theoretical Biology 335: 13–21

[22]      Cheptou PO & Dieckmann U (2002). The evolution of self-fertilization in density-regulated populations. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London Series B 269: 1177–1186   Reprint 

[23]      Claessen D & Dieckmann U (2002). Ontogenetic niche shifts and evolutionary branching in size-structured populations. Evolutionary Ecology Research 4: 189–217   Reprint 

[24]      Claessen D & Dieckmann U (2004). Adaptive speciation through ontogenetic niche shifts. In: Adaptive Speciation, eds. Dieckmann U, Metz JAJ, Doebeli M & Tautz D, pp. 226–227. Cambridge University Press   Reprint 

[25]      Cobey S, Pascual M & Dieckmann U (2010). Ecological factors driving the long-term evolution of influenza’s host range. Proceedings of the Royal Society London Series B 277: 2803–2810   Reprint 

[26]      de Mazancourt C & Dieckmann U (2004). Trade-off geometries and frequency-dependent selection. American Naturalist 164: 765–778   Reprint 

[27]      de Mazancourt C, Loreau M & Dieckmann U (2001). Can the evolution of plant defense lead to plant-herbivore mutualism? American Naturalist 158: 109–123   Reprint 

[28]      de Mazancourt C, Loreau M & Dieckmann U (2005). Understanding mutualism when there is adaptation to the partner. Journal of Ecology 93: 305–314   Reprint 

[29]      Dercole F, Dieckmann U, Obersteiner M & Rinaldi S (2008). Adaptive dynamics and technological change. Technovation 28: 335–348   Reprint 

[30]      Dieckmann U (1995). Coevolution as an autonomous learning strategy for neuromodules. In: Supercomputing in Brain Research: From Tomography to Neural Networks, eds. Herrmann HJ, Wolf DE & Pöppel E, pp. 427–432. World Scientific Publishing   Reprint 

[31]      Dieckmann U (1997). Can adaptive dynamics invade? Trends in Ecology and Evolution 12: 128–131   Reprint 

[32]      Dieckmann U (2000). Adaptive speciation. Options Spring 2000: 19   Reprint 

[33]      Dieckmann U (2000). Evolutionary algorithms. Options Spring 2000: 20–21   Reprint 

[34]      Dieckmann U (2000). Simplifying spatial complexity. Options Spring 2000: 17   Reprint 

[35]      Dieckmann U (2002). Adaptive dynamics of pathogen-host interactions. In: Adaptive Dynamics of Infectious Diseases: In Pursuit of Virulence Management, eds. Dieckmann U, Metz JAJ, Sabelis MW & Sigmund K, pp. 39–59. Cambridge University Press   Reprint 

[36]      Dieckmann U (2002). YSSP projects: Preparing for success. Options Autumn 2002: 7   Reprint 

[37]      Dieckmann U (2004). Assortative mating and spatial coexistence. In: Adaptive Speciation, eds. Dieckmann U, Metz JAJ, Doebeli M & Tautz D, pp. 306–307. Cambridge University Press   Reprint 

[38]      Dieckmann U (2009). Fisheries-induced evolution. The Parliament Magazine 288: 22   Reprint 

[39]      Dieckmann U & Doebeli M (1999). On the origin of species by sympatric speciation. Nature 400: 354–357   Reprint    News & Views 

[40]      Dieckmann U & Doebeli M (2004). Adaptive dynamics of speciation: Sexual populations. In: Adaptive Speciation, eds. Dieckmann U, Metz JAJ, Doebeli M & Tautz D, pp. 76–111. Cambridge University Press   Reprint 

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[44]      Dieckmann U & Heino M (2004). Fishing drives rapid evolution. Sustainability 3-4/04: 18–19   Reprint 

[45]      Dieckmann U & Heino M (2007). Probabilistic maturation reaction norms: Their history, strengths, and limitations. Marine Ecology Progress Series 335: 253–269   Reprint 

[46]      Dieckmann U & Law R (1996). The dynamical theory of coevolution: A derivation from stochastic ecological processes. Journal of Mathematical Biology 34: 579–612   Reprint 

[47]      Dieckmann U & Law R (2000). Relaxation projections and the method of moments. In: The Geometry of Ecological Interactions: Simplifying Spatial Complexity, eds. Dieckmann U, Law R & Metz JAJ, pp. 412–455. Cambridge University Press   Reprint 

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[49]      Dieckmann U & Metz JAJ (2006). Surprising evolutionary predictions from enhanced ecological realism. Theoretical Population Biology 69: 263–281   Reprint 

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[51]      Dieckmann U, Brännström Å, HilleRisLambers R & Ito HC (2007). The adaptive dynamics of community structure. In: Mathematics for Ecology and Environmental Sciences, eds. Takeuchi Y, Sato K & Iwasa Y, pp. 145–177. Springer Verlag   Reprint 

[52]      Dieckmann U, Heino M & Jin X (2005). Shrinking fish: Fisheries-induced evolution in the Yellow Sea. Options Autumn 2005: 8   Reprint 

[53]      Dieckmann U, Heino M & Parvinen K (2006). The adaptive dynamics of function-valued traits. Journal of Theoretical Biology 241: 370–389   Reprint 

[54]      Dieckmann U, Heino M & Rijnsdorp AD (2009). The dawn of Darwinian fishery management. ICES Insight 46: 34–43   Reprint 

[55]      Dieckmann U, Herben T & Law R (1997). Spatio-temporal processes in plant communities. In: Yearbook 1995/96, Institute for Advanced Study Berlin, ed. Lepenies W, pp. 296–326. Nicolaische Verlagsbuchhandlung, Berlin, Germany   Reprint 

[56]      Dieckmann U, Herben T & Law R (1997). Strategies in spatial ecological modeling: Reliability, robustness and generality. In: Yearbook 1995/96, Institute for Advanced Study Berlin, ed. Lepenies W, pp. 238–248. Nicolaische Verlagsbuchhandlung, Berlin, Germany   Reprint 

[57]      Dieckmann U, Herben T & Law R (1999). Spatio-temporal processes in ecological communities. CWI Quarterly 12: 213–238   Reprint 

[58]      Dieckmann U, Marrow P & Law R (1995). Evolutionary cycling in predator-prey interactions: Population dynamics and the Red Queen. Journal of Theoretical Biology 176: 91–102   Reprint 

[59]      Dieckmann U, Metz JAJ, Doebeli M & Tautz D (2004). Introduction. In: Adaptive Speciation, eds. Dieckmann U, Metz JAJ, Doebeli M & Tautz D, pp. 1–16. Cambridge University Press   Reprint 

[60]      Dieckmann U, O’Hara B & Weisser W (1999). The evolutionary ecology of dispersal. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 14: 88–90   Reprint 

[61]      Dieckmann U, Sigmund K, Sabelis MW & Metz JAJ (2002). Epilogue. In: Adaptive Dynamics of Infectious Diseases: In Pursuit of Virulence Management, eds. Dieckmann U, Metz JAJ, Sabelis MW & Sigmund K, pp. 460–463. Cambridge University Press   Reprint 

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[63]      Doebeli M & Dieckmann U (2000). Evolutionary branching and sympatric speciation caused by different types of ecological interactions. American Naturalist 156: S77–S101   Reprint 

[64]      Doebeli M & Dieckmann U (2003). Speciation along environmental gradients. Nature 421: 259–264   Reprint    News & Views 

[65]      Doebeli M & Dieckmann U (2004). Adaptive dynamics of speciation: Spatial structure. In: Adaptive Speciation, eds. Dieckmann U, Metz JAJ, Doebeli M & Tautz D, pp. 140–167. Cambridge University Press   Reprint 

[66]      Doebeli M & Dieckmann U (2005). Adaptive dynamics as a mathematical tool for studying the ecology of speciation processes. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 18: 1194–1200   Reprint 

[67]      Doebeli M, Blok HJ, Leimar O & Dieckmann U (2007). Multimodal pattern formation in phenotype distributions of sexual populations. Proceedings of the Royal Society London Series B 274: 347–357   Reprint 

[68]      Doebeli M, Dieckmann U, Metz JAJ & Tautz D (2005). What we have also learned: Adaptive speciation is theoretically plausible. Evolution 59: 691–695   Reprint 

[69]      Dunlop ES, Baskett ML, Heino M & Dieckmann U (2009). Propensity of marine reserves to reduce the evolutionary impacts of fishing in a migratory species. Evolutionary Applications 2: 371–393   Reprint 

[70]      Dunlop ES, Heino M & Dieckmann U (2009). Eco-genetic modeling of contemporary life-history evolution. Ecological Applications 19: 1815–1834   Reprint 

[71]      Dunlop ES, Shuter BJ & Dieckmann U (2007). The demographic and evolutionary consequences of selective mortality: Predictions from an eco-genetic model of the smallmouth bass. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 136: 749–765   Reprint 

[72]      Egas M, Dieckmann U & Sabelis MW (2004). Evolution restricts the coexistence of specialists and generalists – the role of trade-off structure. American Naturalist 163: 518–531   Reprint 

[73]      Egas M, Sabelis MW & Dieckmann U (2005). Evolution of specialization and ecological character displacement of herbivores along a gradient of plant quality. Evolution 59: 507–520   Reprint 

[74]      Eikeset AM, Richter A, Dunlop ES, Dieckmann U & Stenseth NC (2013). Economic repercussions of fisheries-induced evolution. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the USA, in press

[75]      Eikeset AM, Richter AP, Dankel DJ, Dunlop ES, Heino M, Dieckmann U & Stenseth NC (2013). A bio-economic analysis of harvest control rules for the Northeast Arctic cod fishery. Marine Policy 39: 172–181

[76]      Enberg K, Dunlop ES, Jørgensen C, Heino M & Dieckmann U (2009). Implications of fisheries-induced evolution for stock rebuilding and recovery. Evolutionary Applications 2: 394–414   Reprint 

[77]      Engelhard GH, Dieckmann U & Godø OR (2003). Age at maturation predicted from routine scale measurements in Norwegian spring-spawning herring (Clupea harengus) using discriminant and neural network analyses. ICES Journal of Marine Science 60: 304–313   Reprint 

[78]      Ernande B & Dieckmann U (2004). The evolution of phenotypic plasticity in spatially structured environments: Implications of intraspecific competition, plasticity costs and environmental characteristics. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 17: 613–628   Reprint 

[79]      Ernande B, Dieckmann U & Heino M (2002). Fisheries-induced changes in age and size at maturation and understanding the potential for selection-induced stock collapse. ICES CM 2002/Y: 06   Reprint 

[80]      Ernande B, Dieckmann U & Heino M (2004). Adaptive changes in harvested populations: Plasticity and evolution of age and size at maturation. Proceedings of the Royal Society London Series B 271: 415–423   Reprint 

[81]      Falster DS, Brännström Å, Dieckmann U & Westoby M (2011). Influence of four major plant traits on average height, leaf-area cover, net primary productivity, and biomass density in single-species forests: A theoretical investigation. Journal of Ecology 99: 148–164   Reprint 

[82]      Fazalova V & Dieckmann U (2012). Spatial self-structuring accelerates adaptive speciation in sexual populations. Evolutionary Ecology Research 14: 583–599

[83]      Ferrière R, Dieckmann U & Couvet D (2004). Epilogue. In: Evolutionary Conservation Biology, eds. Ferrière R, Dieckmann U & Couvet D, pp. 356–364. Cambridge University Press   Reprint 

[84]      Ferrière R, Dieckmann U & Couvet D (2004). Introduction. In: Evolutionary Conservation Biology, eds. Ferrière R, Dieckmann U & Couvet D, pp. 1–14. Cambridge University Press   Reprint 

[85]      Ficker H, Mazzucco R, Gassner H, Wanzenböck J & Dieckmann U (2014). Fish length exclusively determines sexual maturation in the European whitefish Coregonus lavaretus species complex. Journal of Fish Biology, in press

[86]      Fischer B, Taborsky B & Dieckmann U (2009). Unexpected patterns of plastic energy allocation in stochastic environments. American Naturalist 173: E108–E120   Reprint 

[87]      Fischer B, Taborsky B & Dieckmann U (2011). When to store energy in a stochastic environment. Evolution 65: 1221–1232   Reprint 

[88]      Fischer B, van Doorn GS, Dieckmann U & Taborsky B (2013). The evolution of age-dependent plasticity. American Naturalist, in press

[89]      Franklin O, Johansson J, Dewar RC, Dieckmann U, McMurtrie RE, Brännström Å & Dybzinski R (2012). Modeling carbon allocation in trees – A search for principles. Tree Physiology 32: 648–666   Reprint 

[90]      Gårdmark A & Dieckmann U (2006). Disparate maturation adaptations to size-dependent mortality. Proceedings of the Royal Society London Series B 273: 2185–2192   Reprint 

[91]      Gårdmark A, Dieckmann U & Lundberg P (2003). Life-history evolution in harvested populations: The role of natural predation. Evolutionary Ecology Research 5: 239–257   Reprint 

[92]      Gratzer G, Canham C, Dieckmann U, Fischer A, Iwasa Y, Law R, Lexer MJ, Sandmann H, Spies T, Splechtna B & Szwagrzyk J (2004). Spatio-temporal development of forests – Current trends in field methods and models. Oikos 107: 3–15   Reprint 

[93]      Grift RE, Heino M, Rijnsdorp AD, Kraak SBM & Dieckmann U (2007). Three-dimensional maturation reaction norms for North Sea plaice. Marine Ecology Progress Series 334: 213–224   Reprint 

[94]      Grift RE, Rijnsdorp AD, Barot S, Heino M & Dieckmann U (2002). Trends in reaction norms for maturation in North Sea plaice. ICES CM 2002/Y: 04   Reprint 

[95]      Grift RE, Rijnsdorp AD, Barot S, Heino M & Dieckmann U (2003). Fisheries-induced trends in reaction norms for maturation in North Sea plaice. Marine Ecology Progress Series 257: 247–257   Reprint 

[96]      Gross T, Rudolf L, Levin SA & Dieckmann U (2009). Generalized models reveal stabilizing factors in food webs. Science 325: 747–750   Reprint 

[97]      Gyllenberg M, Parvinen K & Dieckmann U (2002). Evolutionary suicide and evolution of dispersal in structured metapopulations. Journal of Mathematical Biology 45: 79–105   Reprint 

[98]      Haller BC, Mazzucco R & Dieckmann U (2013). Evolutionary branching in complex landscapes. American Naturalist, in press

[99]      Hartig F, Münkemüller T, Johst K & Dieckmann U (2014). On the sympatric evolution and evolutionary stability of coexistence by relative nonlinearity of competition. PLOS ONE, in press

[100]    Heino M & Dieckmann U (2003). Reaction norms for age and size at maturation in Atlantic cod stocks. ICES-GLOBEC Newsletter 10: 3–4   Reprint 

[101]    Heino M & Dieckmann U (2004). Exploitation as a driving force of life history evolution: Methods and empirical analyses. ICES CM 2004/K: 35   Reprint 

[102]    Heino M & Dieckmann U (2008). Detecting fisheries-induced life-history evolution: An overview of the reaction norm approach. Bulletin of Marine Science 83: 69–93   Reprint 

[103]    Heino M & Dieckmann U (2008). Evolution and sustainability of harvested populations. In: Conservation Biology: Evolution in Action, eds. Carroll SP & Fox C, pp. 308–323. Oxford University Press   Reprint 

[104]    Heino M & Dieckmann U (2009). Fisheries-induced evolution. In: Encyclopedia of Life Sciences, article A21213. John Wiley and Sons   Reprint 

[105]    Heino M, Baulier L, Boukal DS, Ernande B, Johnston FD, Mollet F, Pardoe H, Therkildsen NO, Uusi-Heikkilä S, Vainikka A, Arlinghaus R, Dankel DJ, Dunlop ES, Eikeset AM, Enberg K, Engelhard GH, Jørgensen C, Laugen AT, Matsumura S, Nusslé S, Urbach D, Whitlock R, Rijnsdorp AD & Dieckmann U (2013). Can fisheries-induced evolution shift reference points for fisheries management? ICES Journal of Marine Science 70: 707–721

[106]    Heino M, Dieckmann U & Godø OR (2000). Shrinking cod: Fishery-induced change in an oceanic stock. Options Spring 2000: 6–8   Reprint 

[107]    Heino M, Dieckmann U & Godø OR (2002). Estimating reaction norms for age and size at maturation with reconstructed immature size distributions: A new technique illustrated by application to Northeast Arctic cod. ICES Journal of Marine Science 59: 562–575   Reprint 

[108]    Heino M, Dieckmann U & Godø OR (2002). Measuring probabilistic reaction norms for age and size and maturation. Evolution 56: 669–678   Reprint 

[109]    Heino M, Dieckmann U & Godø OR (2002). Reaction norm analysis of fisheries-induced adaptive change and the case of the Northeast Arctic cod. ICES CM 2002/Y: 14   Reprint 

[110]    Heino M, Dieckmann U, Engelhard G & Godø OR (2004). Evolusjonære effekter av fiske. In: Havets Ressurser 2004, ed. Michalsen K, pp. 164–166. Institute of Marine Research, Bergen (in Norwegian)   Reprint 

[111]    Heino M, Parvinen K & Dieckmann U (2008). Evolution of foraging strategies on resource gradients. Evolutionary Ecology Research 10: 1131–1156   Reprint 

[112]    Heino M, Rijnsdorp AD & Dieckmann U (2011). The dawn of Darwinian fishery management. In: Pragmatic Evolution: Applications of Evolutionary Theory, ed. Poiani A, pp. 81–103. Cambridge University Press

[113]    Heinz SK, Mazzucco R & Dieckmann U (2009). Speciation and the evolution of dispersal along environmental gradients. Evolutionary Ecology 23: 53–70   Reprint 

[114]    HilleRisLambers R & Dieckmann U (2003). Competition and predation in simple food webs: Intermediately strong trade-offs maximize coexistence. Proceedings of the Royal Society London Series B 270: 2591–2598   Reprint 

[115]    Ito HC & Dieckmann U (2007). A new mechanism for recurrent adaptive radiations. American Naturalist 170: E96–E111   Reprint 

[116]    Ito HC & Dieckmann U (2012). Evolutionary-branching lines and areas in bivariate trait spaces. Evolutionary Ecology Research 14: 555–582

[117]    Ito HC & Dieckmann U (2013). Evolutionary branching under slow directional evolution. Journal of Theoretical Biology, in press

[118]    Jesse M, Mazzucco R, Dieckmann U, Heesterbeek H & Metz JAJ (2011). Invasion and persistence of infectious agents in fragmented host populations. PLOS ONE 6: e24006   Reprint 

[119]    Johansson J & Dieckmann U (2009). Evolutionary responses of communities to extinctions. Evolutionary Ecology Research 11: 561–588   Reprint 

[120]    Johnston FD, Arlinghaus R & Dieckmann U (2010). Diversity and complexity of angler behavior drive socially optimal input and output regulations in a bioeconomic recreational-fisheries model. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 67: 1507–1531   Reprint 

[121]    Johnston FD, Arlinghaus R & Dieckmann U (2013). Fish life history, angler behaviour, and optimal management of recreational fisheries. Fish and Fisheries 14: 554–579

[122]    Jørgensen C, Enberg K, Dunlop ES, Arlinghaus R, Boukal DS, Brander K, Ernande B, Gårdmark A, Johnston F, Matsumura S, Pardoe H, Raab K, Silva A, Vainikka A, Dieckmann U, Heino M & Rijnsdorp AD (2007). Managing evolving fish stocks. Science 318: 1247–1248   Reprint 

[123]    Jørgensen C, Enberg K, Dunlop ES, Arlinghaus R, Boukal DS, Brander K, Ernande B, Gårdmark A, Johnston F, Matsumura S, Pardoe H, Raab K, Silva A, Vainikka A, Dieckmann U, Heino M & Rijnsdorp AD (2008). The role of fisheries-induced evolution – Response. Science 320: 48–50   Reprint 

[124]    Jørgensen C, Ernande B, Fiksen Ø & Dieckmann U (2006). The logic of skipped spawning in fish. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 63: 200–211   Reprint 

[125]    Kaiser C, Franklin O, Dieckmann U & Richter A (2014). Microbial community dynamics alleviate stoichiometric constraints during litter decay. Ecology Letters, in press

[126]    Kendall NW, Dieckmann U, Heino M, Punt AE & Quinn TP (2013). Evolution of age and length at maturation of Alaskan salmon under size-selective harvest. Evolutionary Applications, in press

[127]    Kryazhimskiy S, Dieckmann U, Levin SA & Dushoff J (2007). On state-space reduction in multi-strain pathogen models, with an application to antigenic drift in influenza A. PLOS Computational Biology 8: e159   Reprint 

[128]    Kun Á & Dieckmann U (2013). Resource heterogeneity can facilitate cooperation. Nature Communications, in press

[129]    Kun Á, Oborny B & Dieckmann U (2009). Intermediate landscape disturbance maximizes metapopulation density. Landscape Ecology 24: 1341–1350   Reprint 

[130]    Laugen AT, Engelhard GH, Whitlock R, Arlinghaus R, Dankel DJ, Dunlop ES, Eikeset AM, Enberg K, Jørgensen C, Matsumura S, Nusslé S, Urbach D, Baulier L, Boukal DS, Ernande B, Johnston FD, Mollet F, Pardoe H, Therkildsen NO, Uusi-Heikkilä S, Vainikka A, Heino M, Rijnsdorp AD & Dieckmann U (2014). Evolutionary impact assessment: Accounting for evolutionary consequences of fishing in an ecosystem approach to fisheries management. Fish and Fisheries 15: 6596   Reprint 

[131]    Law R & Dieckmann U (1998). Symbiosis through exploitation and the merger of lineages in evolution. Proceedings of the Royal Society London Series B 265: 1245–1253   Reprint 

[132]    Law R & Dieckmann U (2000). A dynamical system for neighborhoods in plant communities. Ecology 81: 2137–2148   Reprint 

[133]    Law R & Dieckmann U (2000). Moment approximations of individual-based models. In: The Geometry of Ecological Interactions: Simplifying Spatial Complexity, eds. Dieckmann U, Law R & Metz JAJ, pp. 252–270. Cambridge University Press   Reprint 

[134]    Law R, Dieckmann U & Metz JAJ (2000). Introduction. In: The Geometry of Ecological Interactions: Simplifying Spatial Complexity, eds. Dieckmann U, Law R & Metz JAJ, pp. 1–6. Cambridge University Press   Reprint 

[135]    Law R, Herben T & Dieckmann U (1997). Non-manipulative estimates of competition coefficients in a montane grassland community. Journal of Ecology 85: 505–517   Reprint 

[136]    Law R, Marrow P & Dieckmann U (1997). On evolution under asymmetric competition. Evolutionary Ecology 11: 485–501   Reprint 

[137]    Law R, Murrell DJ & Dieckmann U (2003). Population growth in space and time: Spatial logistic equations. Ecology 84: 252–262   Reprint 

[138]    Law R, Purves DW, Murrell DJ & Dieckmann U (2001). Causes and effects of small-scale spatial structure in plant populations. In: Integrating Ecology and Evolution in a Spatial Context, British Ecological Society Symposium Volume Series, Vol. 14, eds. Silvertown J & Antonovics J, pp. 21–44. Blackwell Science   Reprint 

[139]    Le Galliard JF, Ferrière R & Dieckmann U (2003). The adaptive dynamics of altruism in spatially heterogeneous populations. Evolution 57: 1–17   Reprint 

[140]    Le Galliard JF, Ferrière R & Dieckmann U (2005). Adaptive evolution of social traits: Origin, trajectories, and correlations of altruism and mobility. American Naturalist 165: 206–224   Reprint 

[141]    Leimar O, Doebeli M & Dieckmann U (2008). Evolution of phenotypic clusters through competition and local adaptation along an environmental gradient. Evolution 62: 807–822   Reprint 

[142]    M’Gonigle LK, Mazzucco R, Otto SP & Dieckmann U (2012). Sexual selection enables long-term coexistence despite ecological equivalence. Nature 484: 506–509   Reprint 

[143]    Magori K, Oborny B, Dieckmann U & Meszéna G (2003). Cooperation and competition in heterogeneous environments: The evolution of resource sharing in clonal plants. Evolutionary Ecology Research 5: 787–817   Reprint 

[144]    Marrow P, Dieckmann U & Law R (1996). Evolutionary dynamics of predator-prey systems: An ecological perspective. Journal of Mathematical Biology 34: 556–578   Reprint 

[145]    Marty L, Dieckmann U & Ernande B (2014). Fisheries-induced neutral and adaptive evolution in exploited fish populations and consequences for their adaptive potential. Evolutionary Applications, in press

[146]    Marty L, Dieckmann U, Rochet MJ &Ernande B (2011). Impact of environmental covariation in growth and mortality on evolving maturation reaction norms. American Naturalist 177: E98–E118   Reprint 

[147]    Matsumura S, Arlinghaus R & Dieckmann U (2010). Foraging on spatially distributed resources with sub-optimal movement, imperfect information, and travelling costs: Departures from the ideal free distribution. Oikos 119: 1469–1483   Reprint 

[148]    Matsumura S, Arlinghaus R & Dieckmann U (2011). Assessing evolutionary consequences of size-selective recreational fishing on multiple life-history traits, with an application to northern pike (Esox lucius). Evolutionary Ecology 25: 711–735   Reprint 

[149]    Matsumura S, Arlinghaus R & Dieckmann U (2012). Standardizing selection strengths to study selection in the wild: A critical comparison and suggestions for the future. BioScience 62:1039–1054   Reprint 

[150]    Meszéna G, Kisdi É, Dieckmann U, Geritz SAH & Metz JAJ (2001). Evolutionary optimisation models and matrix games in the unified perspective of adaptive dynamics. Selection 2: 193–210   Reprint 

[151]    Metz JAJ, Dieckmann U & Law R (2000). Epilogue. In: The Geometry of Ecological Interactions: Simplifying Spatial Complexity, eds. Dieckmann U, Law R & Metz JAJ, pp. 513–516. Cambridge University Press   Reprint 

[152]    Miethe T, Dytham C, Dieckmann U & Pitchford J (2010). Marine reserves and the evolutionary effects of fishing on size at maturation. ICES Journal of Marine Science 67: 412–425   Reprint 

[153]    Murrell DJ, Dieckmann U & Law R (2004). On moment closures for population dynamics in continuous space. Journal of Theoretical Biology 229: 421–432   Reprint 

[154]    Nakamaru M & Dieckmann U (2009). Runaway selection for cooperation and strict-and-severe punishment. Journal of Theoretical Biology 257: 1–8   Reprint 

[155]    Ohlberger J, Brännström Å & Dieckmann U (2013). Adaptive phenotypic diversification along a temperature-depth gradient. American Naturalist 182: 359–373

[156]    Okamoto KW, Whitlock R, Magnan P & Dieckmann U (2009). Mitigating fisheries-induced evolution in lacustrine brook charr (Salvelinus fontinalis) in southern Quebec, Canada. Evolutionary Applications 2: 415–437   Reprint 

[157]    Olsen EM, Heino M, Lilly GR, Morgan MJ, Brattey J, Ernande B & Dieckmann U (2004). Maturation trends indicative of rapid evolution preceded the collapse of northern cod. Nature 428: 932–935   Reprint    News & Views 

[158]    Olsen EM, Lilly GR, Heino M, Morgan MJ, Brattey J & Dieckmann U (2005). Assessing changes in age and size at maturation in collapsing populations of Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua). Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 62: 811–823   Reprint 

[159]    Parvinen K & Dieckmann U (2013). Self-extinction through optimizing selection. Journal of Theoretical Biology, in press

[160]    Parvinen K, Dieckmann U & Heino M (2006). Function-valued adaptive dynamics and the calculus of variations. Journal of Mathematical Biology 52: 1–26   Reprint 

[161]    Parvinen K, Dieckmann U & Heino M (2013). Function-valued adaptive dynamics and optimal control theory. Journal of Mathematical Biology 67: 509533   Reprint 

[162]    Parvinen K, Dieckmann U, Gyllenberg M & Metz JAJ (2003). Evolution of dispersal in metapopulations with local density dependence and demographic stochasticity. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 16: 143–153   Reprint 

[163]    Pasemann F & Dieckmann U (1997). Evolved neurocontrollers for pole balancing. In: Biological and Artificial Computation: From Neuroscience to Technology, Lecture Notes in Computer Science, Vol. 1240, eds. Mira J, Moreno-Diaz R & Cabestany J, pp. 1279–1287. Springer Verlag   Reprint 

[164]    Pasemann F, Steinmetz U & Dieckmann U (1999). Evolving structure and function of neurocontrollers. In: Proceedings of the 1999 Congress on Evolutionary Computation, Vol. 3, eds. Angeline PJ, Michalewicz Z, Schoenauer M, Yao X & Zalzala A, pp. 1973–1978. IEEE Press   Reprint 

[165]    Payne JL, Mazzucco R & Dieckmann U (2011). The evolution of conditional dispersal and reproductive isolation along environmental gradients. Journal of Theoretical Biology 273: 147-155   Reprint 

[166]    Pennings PS, Kopp M, Meszéna G, Dieckmann U & Hermisson J (2008). An analytically tractable model for competitive speciation. American Naturalist 171: E44–E71   Reprint 

[167]    Peyrard N, Dieckmann U & Franc A (2008). Long-range correlations improve understanding the influence of network structure on contact dynamics. Theoretical Population Biology 73: 383–394   Reprint 

[168]    Pineda-Krch M, Blok HJ, Dieckmann U & Doebeli M (2007). A tale of two cycles – Distinguishing quasi-cycles and limit cycles in finite predator-prey populations. Oikos 116: 53–64   Reprint 

[169]    Poos JJ, Brännström Å & Dieckmann U (2011). Harvest-induced maturation evolution under different life-history trade-offs and harvesting regimes. Journal of Theoretical Biology 279: 102–112   Reprint 

[170]    Raghib M, Hill NA & Dieckmann U (2011). A multiscale maximum entropy moment closure for locally regulated space-time point process models of plant population dynamics. Journal of Mathematical Biology 62: 605–653   Reprint 

[171]    Rankin DJ, Dieckmann U & Kokko H (2011). Sexual conflict and the tragedy of the commons. American Naturalist 177: 780–791   Reprint 

[172]    Ravigné V, Dieckmann U & Olivieri I (2009). Live where you thrive: Joint evolution of habitat choice and local adaptation facilitates specialization and promotes diversity. American Naturalist 174: E141–E169   Reprint 

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[174]    Rettelbach A, Hermisson J, Dieckmann U & Kopp M (2011). Effects of genetic architecture on the evolution of assortative mating under frequency-dependent disruptive selection. Theoretical Population Biology 79: 8296   Reprint 

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[176]    Ripa J & Dieckmann U (2013). Mutant invasions and adaptive dynamics in variable environments. Evolution 67: 1279–1290

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