Bakgrunn og aktiviteter
Steinar Engen (1946) er professor ved Institutt for matematiske fag, nestleder ved Senter for Biodiversitetsdynamikk (CBD), og tilhører Gruppe for statistikk. Professor Engen er utdannet sivilingeniør ved NTH, linje for teknisk fysikk.
Han innehar også D. Phil. grad fra Department of Biomathematics, University of Oxford.
Vitenskapelig, faglig og kunstnerisk arbeid
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- (2021) Sustainable strategies for harvesting predators and prey in a fluctuating environment. Ecological Modelling. vol. 440.
- (2020) Phenotypic evolution in stochastic environments: The contribution of frequency- and density-dependent selection. Evolution. vol. 74 (9).
- (2020) Spatial scales of population synchrony in predator-prey systems. American Naturalist. vol. 195 (2).
- (2020) Decomposing demographic contributions to the effective population size with moose as a case study. Molecular Ecology. vol. 29 (1).
- (2020) Spatial covariation of competing species in a fluctuating environment. Ecology. vol. 101 (1).
- (2020) Density-Dependent Adaptive Topography in a Small Passerine Bird, the Collared Flycatcher. American Naturalist. vol. 197 (1).
- (2020) Consequences of barriers and changing seasonality on population dynamics and harvest of migratory ungulates. Theoretical Ecology. vol. 13.
- (2020) Contrasting patterns of density-dependent selection at different life stages can create more than one fast–slow axis of life-history variation. Ecology and Evolution. vol. 10 (6).
- (2019) Ecological dynamics and large scale phenotypic differentiation in density-dependent populations. Theoretical Population Biology. vol. 127.
- (2019) Spatial scaling of population synchrony in marine fish depends on their life history. Ecology Letters. vol. 22 (11).
- (2019) Accounting for interspecific competition and age structure in demographic analyses of density dependence improves predictions of fluctuations in population size. Ecology Letters. vol. 22.
- (2019) Towards a predictive conservation biology: the devil is in the behaviour. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Biological Sciences. vol. 374 (1781).
- (2018) The effect of harvesting on the spatial synchrony of population fluctuations. Theoretical Population Biology. vol. 123.
- (2018) Spatial distribution and optimal harvesting of an age-structured population in a fluctuating environment. Mathematical Biosciences. vol. 296.
- (2018) Spatial scales of population synchrony of two competing species: effects of harvesting and strength of competition. Oikos. vol. 127 (10).
- (2018) Heterogeneity among species and community dynamics – Norwegian bird communities as a case study. Ecological Modelling. vol. 388.
- (2017) Spatial synchrony and harvesting in fluctuating populations:Relaxing the small noise assumption. Theoretical Population Biology. vol. 116.
- (2017) Extinction risk and lack of evolutionary rescue under resource depletion or area reduction. American Naturalist. vol. 190 (1).
- (2017) Interactions between demography and environmental effects are important determinants of population dynamics. Science Advances. vol. 3 (2).
- (2017) Reversal of response to artificial selection on body size in a wild passerine bird. Evolution. vol. 71 (8).