
ECOLOGY
& BIOCONTROL
M.
A. Bees. A mathematical model of speciation. In Biophysical
Models of Oceanic Population Dynamics; 1994 Summer Study Program
in Geophysical Fluid Dynamics. Woods Hole Oceanog. Inst. Tech.
Rept., WHOI9718 (1997). Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution,
Woods Hole, Massachusetts 02543, U.S.A.
D.
Schley and M. A. Bees. A discrete slug population model
determined by egg production. Journal of Biological Systems
10(3):243264, 2002.
D.
Schley and M. A. Bees. Delay dynamics of the slug Deroceras
reticulatum, an agricultural pest. Ecological Modelling
162:177198, 2003.
Media articles (2000/2001) on “Mathematical modelling of beetlenematode slugbiocontrol”: approx. 15 articles in a wide range of newspapers, magazines, brochures, websites (such as EPSRC), radio and TV, with which I had either some input or ultimate editorial control. For example, see Daily Mail Apr 17th, 2000, pg. 35; Organic Living, Harrogate, Yorks, Jun 2001; EPSRC “Mathematics Underpinning the Life Sciences” programme advertisement, 2001.
D.
Schley and M. A. Bees. The role of time delays in a
nonautonomous hostparasitoid model of slug biocontrol with
nematodes. Ecological Modelling 193:543559, 2006.
M.
A. Bees, O. Angulo, J. C. LopezMarcos and D. Schley.
Dynamics of a structured slug population model in the absence of
seasonal variation. Mathematical Models & Methods in Applied
Sciences 12(16):19611985, 2006.
M. A. Bees, P. H. Coullet and E. A. Spiegel. On the bifurcation
of species. CHAOS 18,043114:112, 2008.
M. A. Bees, P. H. Coullet and E. A. Spiegel. CHAOS article also available in the
Virtual
Journal of Biological Physics Research,
16(10), 2008.
O. Angulo, J. C. LopezMarcos and M.
A. Bees.
Mass structured systems with boundary delay: oscillations and the effect of selective predation. Journal of Nonlinear Science, DOI 10.1007/s0033201291336, 2012.
D. Schley
and M. A. Bees. The selfrestrained slug. In prep.,
2006.
