Shripad Tuljapurkar
Shripad Tuljapurkar
Professor of Biology, Stanford University
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A universal pattern of mortality decline in the G7 countries
S Tuljapurkar, N Li, C Boe
Nature 405 (6788), 789-792, 2000
Population dynamics in variable environments
S Tuljapurkar
Springer Science & Business Media, 2013
Coupled dynamics of body mass and population growth in response to environmental change
A Ozgul, DZ Childs, MK Oli, KB Armitage, DT Blumstein, LE Olson, ...
Nature 466 (7305), 482-485, 2010
Longevity can buffer plant and animal populations against changing climatic variability
WF Morris, CA Pfister, S Tuljapurkar, CV Haridas, CL Boggs, MS Boyce, ...
Ecology 89 (1), 19-25, 2008
Stochastic population forecasts for the United States: Beyond high, medium, and low
RD Lee, S Tuljapurkar
Journal of the American Statistical Association 89 (428), 1175-1189, 1994
Structured-population models in marine, terrestrial, and freshwater systems
S Tuljapurkar, H Caswell
Springer Science & Business Media, 2012
Population dynamics in variable environments I. Long-run growth rates and extinction
SD Tuljapurkar, SH Orzack
Theoretical Population Biology 18 (3), 314-342, 1980
Senescence rates are determined by ranking on the fast–slow life‐history continuum
OR Jones, JM Gaillard, S Tuljapurkar, JS Alho, KB Armitage, PH Becker, ...
Ecology letters 11 (7), 664-673, 2008
Inequality in life spans and a new perspective on mortality convergence across industrialized countries
RD Edwards, S Tuljapurkar
Population and Development Review 31 (4), 645-674, 2005
The dynamics of phenotypic change and the shrinking sheep of St. Kilda
A Ozgul, S Tuljapurkar, TG Benton, JM Pemberton, TH Clutton-Brock, ...
Science 325 (5939), 464-467, 2009
An uncertain life: demography in random environments
S Tuljapurkar
Theoretical population biology 35 (3), 227-294, 1989
The many growth rates and elasticities of populations in random environments
S Tuljapurkar, CC Horvitz, JB Pascarella
The American Naturalist 162 (4), 489-502, 2003
Population dynamics in variable environments. III. Evolutionary dynamics of r-selection
SD Tuljapurkar
Theoretical population biology 21 (1), 141-165, 1982
The evolutionary demography of ecological change: linking trait variation and population growth
F Pelletier, T Clutton-Brock, J Pemberton, S Tuljapurkar, T Coulson
Science 315 (5818), 1571-1574, 2007
Soils, agriculture, and society in precontact Hawaii
PM Vitousek, TN Ladefoged, PV Kirch, AS Hartshorn, MW Graves, ...
Science 304 (5677), 1665-1669, 2004
Heterosis as an explanation for large amounts of genic polymorphism
RC Lewontin, LR Ginzburg, SD Tuljapurkar
Genetics 88 (1), 149-169, 1978
High sex ratios in China's future
S Tuljapurkar, N Li, MW Feldman
Science 267 (5199), 874-876, 1995
Using evolutionary demography to link life history theory, quantitative genetics and population ecology
T Coulson, S Tuljapurkar, DZ Childs
Journal of Animal Ecology 79 (6), 1226-1240, 2010
Population dynamics in variable environments. II. Correlated environments, sensitivity analysis and dynamics
SD Tuljapurkar
Theoretical Population Biology 21 (1), 114-140, 1982
Population dynamics in variable environments. VII. The demography and evolution of iteroparity
SH Orzack, S Tuljapurkar
The American Naturalist 133 (6), 901-923, 1989
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