Dr David Murrell

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Name: David Murrell Email: d.murrell@ucl.ac.uk
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Department: Genetics, Evolution & Environment Fax:
Position: Lecturer Address: Darwin Building, Gower St, London,
Research Domain: Basic Life Sciences, Personalised Medicine Web Page: Personal Web Page

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http://www.homepages.ucl.ac.uk/~ucbtdjm/Site/Murrell_Group.html



Research Activities

Education Description


I coordinate the Biosciences undergraduate course BIOL2012, Fundamentals in Ecology. I also coordinate a masters-level field-trip to Plymouth; and lecture on ecology and biodiversity in a variety of other undergraduate and graduate courses.

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Publications

    2013

    • Barraquand F, Murrell DJ (2013). Scaling up predator-prey dynamics using spatial moment equations. Methods in Ecology and Evolution, 4(3), 276 - 289. doi:10.1111/2041-210X.12014

    2012

    • Nattrass S, Baigent SA, Murrell DJ (2012). Quantifying the likelihood of coexistence for communities with asymmetric competition. Bulletin of Mathematical Biology, 74(10), 2315 - 2338. doi:10.1007/s11538-012-9755-8
    • Barraquand F, Murrell DJ (2012). Intense or spatially heterogeneous predation can select against prey dispersal. PLoS ONE, 7(1), - . doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0028924
    • Flügge AJ, Olhede SC, Murrell DJ (2012). The memory of spatial patterns - changes in local abundance and aggregation in a tropical forest. Ecology, , - . doi:10.1890/11-1004.1

    2011

    • Barraquand F, Murrell DJ (2011). Evolutionarily stable consumer home range size in relation to resource demography and consumer spatial organization. Theoretical Ecology, , 1 - 23.

    2010

    • Vogt DR, Murrell DJ, Stoll P (2010). Testing Spatial Theories of Plant Coexistence: No Consistent Differences in Intra- and Interspecific Interaction Distances. The American Naturalist, 175(1), 73 - 84.
    • Murrell DJ (2010). When does local spatial structure hinder competitive coexistence and reverse competitive hierarchies?. Ecology, 91(6), 1605 - 1616.

    2009

    • Murrell D (2009). On the emergent spatial structure of size-structured populations: when does self-thinning lead to a reduction in clustering?. Journal of Ecology, 97(2), 256 - 266.

    2007

    • Ellis RJ, A K Lilley SJL, D Murrell AHCJG (2007). Frequency-dependent advantages of plasmid carriage by Pseudomonas in homogeneous and spatially structured environments.. The ISME Journal, 1, 92 - 95.

    2006

    • Murrell DJ (2006). Local interactions and invasion dynamics: population growth in space and ime. In Cadotte MW, McMahon SM, Fukami T (Ed.), Conceptual Ecology and Invasion Biology: Reciprocal Approaches to Nature (pp. - ). : Springer.

    2005

    • Murrell DJ (2005). Local spatial structure and predator-prey dynamics: Counterintuitive effects of prey enrichment. The American Naturalist, 166(3), 354 - 367.
    • van Veen FJF, Murrell DJ (2005). A simple explanation for universal scaling relations in food webs. Ecology, 86(12), 3258 - 3263.

    2004

    • Murrell DJ, Dieckmann U, Law R (2004). On moment closures for population dynamics in continuous space. Journal of Theoretical Biology, 229(3), 421 - 432.

    2003

    • Levine JM, Murrell DJ (2003). The community-level consequences of seed dispersal patterns. ANNUAL REVIEW OF ECOLOGY EVOLUTION AND SYSTEMATICS, 34, 549 - 574.
    • Murrell DJ, Law R (2003). Heteromyopia and the spatial coexistence of similar competitors. Ecology Letters, 6(1), 48 - 59.
    • Law R, Murrell DJ, Dieckmann U (2003). Population growth in space and time: Spatial logistic equations. Ecology, 84(1), 252 - 262.

    2002

    • Murrell DJ, Travis JMJ, Dytham C (2002). The evolution of dispersal distance in spatially-structured populations. OIKOS, 97(2), 229 - 236.
    • Rejmánek M, Murrell D, Purves D, Law R (2002). Intraspecific aggregation and species coexistence (multiple letters). Trends in Ecology and Evolution, 17(5), 209 - 211. doi:10.1016/S0169-5347(02)02494-1
    • Murrell D, Purves D, Law R (2002). Intraspecific aggregation and species coexistence - Response from Murrell, Purves and Law. TRENDS IN ECOLOGY & EVOLUTION, 17(5), 211 - 211. doi:10.1016/S0169-5347(02)02504-1
    • Murrell DJ, Purves DW, Law R (2002). Intraspecific aggregation and species coexistence.. Trends in Ecology and Evolution, 17, 211 - 212.

    2001

    • Purves DW, Law R, Murrell DJ, Dieckmann U (2001). Causes and effects of small-scale spatial structure in plant populations. In Silvertown J, Antonovics J (Ed.), Integrating Ecology and Evolution in a Spatial Context (pp. - ). : .
    • Law R, Purves DW, Murrell DJ, Dieckmann U (2001). Causes and effects of small-scale spatial structure in plant populations. In Silvertown J, Antonovics J (Ed.), Integrating Ecology and Evolution in a Spatial Context: 14th Special Symposium of the British Ecological Society (pp. 21 - 44). : Blackwel Science.
    • Murrell DJ, Purves DW, Law R (2001). Uniting pattern and process in plant ecology. TRENDS IN ECOLOGY & EVOLUTION, 16(10), 529 - 530.

    2000

    • Murrell DJ, Law R (2000). Beetles in fragmented woodlands: a formal framework for dynamics of movement in ecological landscapes. JOURNAL OF ANIMAL ECOLOGY, 69(3), 471 - 483.

    1999

    • Murrell DJ, Law R, Dytham C (1999). Population dynamics in heterogeneous landscapes: towards a theoretical framework.
    • Travis JMJ, Murrell DJ, Dytham C (1999). The evolution of density-dependent dispersal. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, 266(1431), 1837 - 1842.