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Paul R. Ehrlich
Paul R. Ehrlich
Professor of Biology, Stanford University
Verified email at stanford.edu
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The population bomb
PR Ehrlich
Ballantine books, 1978
73421978
Butterflies and plants: a study in coevolution
PR Ehrlich, PH Raven
Evolution, 586-608, 1964
55171964
Impact of Population Growth: Complacency concerning this component of man's predicament is unjustified and counterproductive.
PR Ehrlich, JP Holdren
Science 171 (3977), 1212-1217, 1971
42981971
Accelerated modern human–induced species losses: Entering the sixth mass extinction
G Ceballos, PR Ehrlich, AD Barnosky, A García, RM Pringle, TM Palmer
Science advances 1 (5), e1400253, 2015
37652015
Extinction: the causes and consequences of the disappearance of species
P Ehrlich, A Ehrlich
26821981
Human appropriation of the products of photosynthesis
PM Vitousek, PR Ehrlich, AH Ehrlich, PA Matson
BioScience 36 (6), 368-373, 1986
26171986
Population, resources, environment
PR Ehrlich, AH Ehrlich
San Francisco, 1970
2466*1970
Biological annihilation via the ongoing sixth mass extinction signaled by vertebrate population losses and declines
G Ceballos, PR Ehrlich, R Dirzo
Proceedings of the national academy of sciences 114 (30), E6089-E6096, 2017
22882017
The population explosion
PR Ehrlich, AH Ehrlich
21971990
Birder's handbook
P Ehrlich, DS Dobkin, D Wheye
Simon and Schuster, 1988
20531988
Human appropriation of renewable fresh water
SL Postel, GC Daily, PR Ehrlich
Science 271 (5250), 785-788, 1996
20261996
What are ecosystem services
G Daily
Global environmental challenges for the twenty-first century: Resources …, 2003
16702003
The value of nature and the nature of value
GC Daily, T Söderqvist, S Aniyar, K Arrow, P Dasgupta, PR Ehrlich, ...
Science 289 (5478), 395-396, 2000
14562000
Biodiversity studies: science and policy
PR Ehrlich, EO Wilson
Science 253 (5021), 758-762, 1991
12351991
Differentiation of populations: Gene flow seems to be less important in speciation than the neo-Darwinians thought.
PR Ehrlich, PH Raven
Science 165 (3899), 1228-1232, 1969
11891969
Human Population and the Global Environment: Population growth, rising per capita material consumption, and disruptive technologies have made civilization a global ecological force
JP Holdren, PR Ehrlich
American scientist 62 (3), 282-292, 1974
11621974
Are we consuming too much?
K Arrow, P Dasgupta, L Goulder, G Daily, P Ehrlich, G Heal, S Levin, ...
Journal of Economic Perspectives 18 (3), 147-172, 2004
11312004
Mammal population losses and the extinction crisis
G Ceballos, PR Ehrlich
Science 296 (5569), 904-907, 2002
10972002
Human natures: Genes, cultures, and the human prospect
PR Ehrlich, PR Ehrlich
Island Press, 2000
1064*2000
Ecosystem consequences of bird declines
ÇH Şekercioğlu, GC Daily, PR Ehrlich
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 101 (52), 18042-18047, 2004
10232004
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