Bruce T. Milne, Ph.D.

University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM, United States 
"Bruce Milne"

Ph.D. 1981

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Dunn WC, Milne BT. (2014) Implications of climatic heterogeneity for conservation of the Lesser Prairie-Chicken (Tympanuchus pallidicinctus) Ecosphere. 5
Samaniego H, Sérandour G, Milne BT. (2012) Analyzing Taylor's Scaling Law: Qualitative differences of social and territorial behavior on colonization/extinction dynamics Population Ecology. 54: 213-223
Dunn WC, Milne BT, Mantilla R, et al. (2011) Scaling relations between riparian vegetation and stream order in the Whitewater River network, Kansas, USA Landscape Ecology. 26: 983-997
Allen AP, Pockman WT, Restrepo C, et al. (2008) Allometry, growth and population regulation of the desert shrub Larrea tridentata Functional Ecology. 22: 197-204
Hamilton MJ, Milne BT, Walker RS, et al. (2007) The complex structure of hunter-gatherer social networks. Proceedings. Biological Sciences / the Royal Society. 274: 2195-202
Hamilton MJ, Milne BT, Walker RS, et al. (2007) Nonlinear scaling of space use in human hunter-gatherers. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 104: 4765-9
Kerkhoff AJ, Martens SN, Shore GA, et al. (2004) Contingent effects of water balance variation on tree cover density in semiarid woodlands Global Ecology and Biogeography Letters. 13: 237-246
Kerkhoff AJ, Martens SN, Milne BT. (2004) An ecological evaluation of Eagleson's optimality hypotheses Functional Ecology. 18: 404-413
Zack CS, Milne BT, Dunn WC. (2003) Southern oscillation index as an indicator of encounters between humans and black bears in New Mexico Wildlife Society Bulletin. 31: 517-520
Brown JH, Gupta VK, Li BL, et al. (2002) The fractal nature of nature: power laws, ecological complexity and biodiversity. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series B, Biological Sciences. 357: 619-26
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