Richard R. Vance

Professor Emeritus Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology

Botany 118

Los Angeles, CA 90095

Tel: (310) 825-2685

Personal Website

Recent Courses

EE BIOL C119 - Mathematical Ecology
EE BIOL C219 - Mathematical Ecology
GE CLST M1A - Global Environment: Multidisciplinary Perspective I

Selected Publications

Vance, R.R.. 1992. Optimal Somatic Growth and Reproduction in a Limited, Constant Environment: Organisms with Determinate Growth Journal of Theoretical Biology 157: 31-50.

Vance, R.R.. 1992. Optimal Somatic Growth and Reproduction in a Limited, Constant Environment: The General Case Jouranl of Theoretical Biology 157: 51-70.

Vance, R.R.,. 1990. A General Dynamical Model of One Consumer - One Resource Interactions Journal of Mathematical Biosciences 28: 645-669.

Vance, R.R.. 1990. Population Growth in a Time-Varying Environment Theor. Pop. Biology 37: 438-454.

Vance, R.R., and E.A. Coddington. 1989. A Nonautonomous Population Growth Model Journal of Mathematical Biosciences 27: 491-506.

Sulsky, D., R.R. Vnace, and W.I. Newman. 1989. Time Delays in Age Structured Populations Submitted to Journal of Theoretical Biology 141: 403-422.

Vance, R.R.. 1988. The Demographic Meanings of the Classical Population Models of Ecology Journal of Theoretical Biology 33: 199-225.

Vance, R.R.. 1988. Ecological Succession and the Climax Community on a Marine Subtidal Rock Wall Marine Ecology - Prog. Ser. 48: 125-136.

Vance, R.R.. 1984. Interference Competition and the Coexistence of Two competitors on a Single Limiting Resource Ecology 65: 1349-1357.

Vance, R.R.. 1984. The Stable Coexistence of Two Competitiors for One Resource American Naturalist 126: 72-84.