Adam Lampert
Adam Lampert
Associate Professor, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel
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Optimal approaches for balancing invasive species eradication and endangered species management
A Lampert, A Hastings, ED Grosholz, SL Jardine, JN Sanchirico
Science 344 (6187), 1028-1031, 2014
Over-exploitation of natural resources is followed by inevitable declines in economic growth and discount rate
A Lampert
Nature communications 10 (1), 1419, 2019
The weak shall inherit: bacteriocin-mediated interactions in bacterial populations
H Majeed, A Lampert, L Ghazaryan, O Gillor
PloS one 8 (5), e63837, 2013
Combining multiple tactics over time for cost‐effective eradication of invading insect populations
A Lampert, AM Liebhold
Ecology letters 24 (2), 279-287, 2021
Stability and distribution of predator–prey systems: local and regional mechanisms and patterns
A Lampert, A Hastings
Ecology letters 19 (3), 279-288, 2016
Optimal control of population recovery–the role of economic restoration threshold
A Lampert, A Hastings
Ecology letters 17 (1), 28-35, 2014
Density‐dependent cooperation as a mechanism for persistence and coexistence
A Lampert, T Tlusty
Evolution 65 (10), 2750-2759, 2011
Resonance-induced multimodal body-size distributions in ecosystems
A Lampert, T Tlusty
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 110 (1), 205-209, 2013
Synchronization-induced persistence versus selection for habitats in spatially coupled ecosystems
A Lampert, A Hastings
Journal of The Royal Society Interface 10 (87), 20130559, 2013
Slow treatment promotes control of harmful species by multiple agents
A Lampert, A Hastings, JN Sanchirico
Conservation letters 11 (5), e12568, 2018
A game theoretic approach identifies conditions that foster vaccine-rich to vaccine-poor country donation of surplus vaccines
A Lampert, R Sulitzeanu-Kenan, P Vanhuysse, M Tepe
Communications medicine 2 (1), 107, 2022
Multiple agents managing a harmful species population should either work together to control it or split their duties to eradicate it
A Lampert
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 117 (19), 10210-10217, 2020
Sharp changes in resource availability may induce spatial nearly periodic population abundances
A Lampert, A Hastings
Ecological complexity 19, 80-83, 2014
Mutability as an altruistic trait in finite asexual populations
A Lampert, T Tlusty
Journal of Theoretical Biology 261 (3), 414-422, 2009
Localized structures as spatial hosts for unstable modes
A Lampert, E Meron
Europhysics Letters 78 (1), 14002, 2007
How to combine two methods to restore populations cost effectively
A Lampert, A Hastings
Ecosphere 10 (1), e02552, 2019
A reversible mutation in a genomic hotspot saves bacterial swarms from extinction
I Hefetz, O Israeli, G Bilinsky, I Plaschkes, E Hazkani-Covo, Z Hayouka, ...
Iscience 26 (2), 2023
Decentralized governance may lead to higher infection levels and sub-optimal releases of quarantines amid the COVID-19 pandemic
A Lampert
PLoS One 17 (12), e0279106, 2022
Optimizing the use of suppression zones for containment of invasive species
A Lampert, AM Liebhold
Ecological Applications 33 (2), e2797, 2023
Firm size populations modeled through competition-colonization dynamics
JM Applegate, A Lampert
Journal of Evolutionary Economics 31 (1), 91-116, 2021
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