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  1. D. Alonso, A. Ostling and R. S. Etienne (2007). The implicit assumption of symmetry and the species abundance distribution. Ecology Letters: Accepted.

  2. R. S. Etienne, D. Alonso and A. J. McKane (2007). The zero-sum assumption in neutral biodiversity theory. Journal of Theoretical Biology 248: 522-536. PDF.

  3. D. Alonso, A. J. McKane and M. Pascual (2006). Stochastic amplification in epidemics. Journal of the Royal Society Interface: DOI: 10.1098/ rsif.2006.0192. PDF.

  4. D. Alonso and M. Pascual (2006). A keystone mutualism drives pattern in a power function. Technical Comment. Science, 313: 1739b. Technical Comment (Alonso & Pascual). Technical Comment (Pueyo & Jovani). Response (Vandermeer & Perfecto). Original Paper (Vandermeer & Perfecto).

  5. D. Alonso, R. S. Etienne and A. J. McKane (2006). The merits of neutral theory. Trends in Ecology and Evolution, 28 (8): 351-356. PDF.

  6. R. S. Etienne and D. Alonso (2005). A dispersal-limited sampling theory for species and alleles. Ecology Letters, 8: 1147-1156. PDF. SM. Erratum.

  7. D. Alonso and A. J. McKane (2004). Sampling Hubbell's Neutral Theory of Biodiversity. Ecology Letters, 7: 901-906. PDF.SM.

  8. D. Alonso, F. Bartumeus and J. Catalan (2002). Mutual interference between predators can give rise to Turing spatial structures. Ecology, 83: 28-34. PDF. SM.

  9. D. Alonso, and A. J. McKane (2002). Extinction dynamics in mainland-island metapopulations: An N-patch stochastic model. Bulletin of Mathematical Biology, 64: 913-958. PDF.

  10. A. J. McKane, D. Alonso and R. V. Sole (2000). A Mean Field Stochastic Theory for Species-rich Assembled Communities. Physical Review E, 62 : 8466-8484. PDF.

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