Apaloo, J., Brown, J., McNickle, G., Vincent, T., and Vincent, T. 2015. ESS versus Nash: Solving Evolutionary Games, Evolutionary Ecology Research, to appear.
Nsahlai, I.V, and Apaloo, J. 2014. Prediction of Digestibility and Intake of Roughage Diets Fed to Ruminants. S. Hatcher, G.L. Krebs and B.W.B. Holman, Eds. Proceedings of the 30th Biennial Conference of the Australian Society of Animal Production, 30: 279, ISSN 0728-5965. (September)
Sarhan, A., and Apaloo,
J. 2013. Exponentiated Modified Weibull Extension Distribution. Reliability
Engineering and System Safety. 112: 137-144. (April)
J., and Apaloo, J. 2012. Resolving an issue arising from translocation
strategy for saving the black rhino. GSTF (Global Science & Technology
Forum) Journal of Mathematics, Statistics and Operations Research, 1 (1):
Hearne, J., and Apaloo, J. 2012. Dealing with two perspectives concerning the translocation strategy for saving the black rhino. Proceedings of the 2nd Annual International Conference on Operations Research and Statistics (ORS2012), pp 126-131 (doi: 10.5176/2251-1938_ORS54), ISSN: 225-1938. (May)
Madden, R., MacMillan J.L., and Apaloo, J. 2010. “Examining the Occurrence of Wild Rainbow Trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss) in the Bras d’Or Lakes, Nova Scotia: Using Scale Pattern Analysis to Differentiate Hatchery and Wild Populations” in “Conserving Wild Trout”, Carline, R.F., and C. LoSapio, Eds., Proceedings of the Wild Trout X Symposium, Bozeman, Montana, pp. 176-187 (available at www.wildtroutsymposium.com). (September)
Pickering, T., Williams J., and Apaloo, J., 2010. Catch variation among traps in an American lobster (Homarus americanus) trawl. Fisheries Research 106: 555-559. (December)
Apaloo, J. and Butler, S., 2009. Evolutionary stabilities in multi-dimensional traits and several species models. Evolutionary Ecology Research, 11: 637-650. (May)
Apaloo, J, Brown, J and Vincent T., 2009. Evolutionary game theory: ESS, Convergence Stability, and NIS. Evolutionary Ecology Research, 11: 1-27. (May)
Apaloo, J., 2009. Evolutionary Matrix Games and Optimization Theory. Journal of Theoretical Biology 257: 84-89. (March)
Nsahlai, I.V. and Apaloo, J., 2007. On the suitability of Illius and Gordon’s model for simulating the intake and digestibility of roughage diets by ruminants. South African Journal of Animal Science, 37: 275-289. (November)
Rossong, M.A., Williams, P.J., Comeau, M., Mitchell, S.C., Apaloo, J., 2006. Agonistic interactions between the invasive green crabs, Carcinus maenas (Linnaeus) and juvenile American lobster, Homarus americanus (Milne Edwards), Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology, 329: 281-288. (February)
Apaloo, J., 2006. Revisiting Matrix Games: The Concept of Neighborhood Invader Strategies, Theoretical Population Biology, 69: 235-242. (May)
Apaloo, J., 2005. Inaccessible continuously stable strategies, Natural Resource Modeling 18 (4): 1-15.
Apaloo, J., Muir, P. and Hearne, J. W., 2005. Multi-species Evolutionary Dynamics, Evolutionary Ecology 19 (1): 55-77.
Nsahlai, I. V. and Apaloo, J., 2004. On the suitability of Illius and Gordon's model for simulating the intake and digestibility of tropical roughage diets by ruminants. The Paradym of Efficiency and Sustainability. Proceedings of the GSSA-SASAS Joint Congress 2004. 28 June -1 July, Goudini, S. Africa: 125.
Apaloo, J., 2003. Single Species Evolutionary Dynamics, Evolutionary Ecology 17: 33-49.
Wade, E., Surette, T., Apaloo, J. and Moriyasu, M., 2003. Estimation of mean annual natural mortality for adult male snow crab Chionoecetes opilio in the southern Gulf of St. Lawrence. Canadian Science Advisory Secretariat Res. Doc. 2003/17
Sumaila, U.R. and Apaloo, J., 2002. A selected survey of traditional and evolutionary game theory. Chr. Michelsen Institute Working paper WP 2002:7.
Horton, P.M., Hearne, J.W., Apaloo, J., Conlong, D.E., Way, M.J. and Uys, P, 2002. Investigating strategies for minimising damage caused by the sugarcane pest Eldana saccharina, Agricultural Systems 74 (2): 271-286
Apaloo, J., 1999. Frequency Independent Evolutionary Models, Journal of Biological Systems 7(1): 1-9.
Apaloo, J., 1998. “Evolution of Predators with Constrained Phenotypic Spaces” in “Optimization: Techniques and Applications”, L. Caccetta, et al., Eds., Curtin University of Technology, Perth, Vol. 1: 161-168.
Apaloo, J., 1997. Revisiting Strategic Models of Evolution: The Concept of Neighborhood Invader Strategies, Theoretical Population Biology 52(1): 71-77.
Apaloo, J., 1997. Ecological Species Coevolution, Journal of Biological Systems 5(1): 17-34.
McKelvey, R., and Apaloo, J., 1995. The Structure and Evolution of Competition-Organized Ecological Communities, Rocky Mountain Journal of Mathematics 25(1): 417-436.
Reed, W. J., and Apaloo, J., 1991. Evaluating the Effects of Risk on the Economics of Juvenile Spacing and Commercial Thinning, Canadian Journal of Forest Research 21(9): 1390-1400.
Apaloo, J., 1993. A Mathematical Theory of Evolution of Ecological Communities, Ph.D. Dissertation, The University of Montana, Missoula.
Apaloo, J., 1988. Management of a Forest Stand: Determination of Optimal Thinning Rate,Fertilization Rate and Rotation Age in the Presence of Risk of Fire, M.Sc. Thesis, University of Victoria,Victoria, Canada.
Clark, D.A., Battison, A., Apaloo, J., and DeMont, M.E. (2008). Impact of mechanical vibration on he viscera and health of the male American lobster (Homarus americanus).
Apaloo, J., 2004. Continuing Nursing Education for Registered Nurses in Nova Scotia, A report for the College of Registered Nurses of Nova Scotia.
Chareka, P., Apaloo, J. and Kennedy, S., 2005. A site-specific analysis of trends and patterns of extreme events in the Collegeville climate data and a system dynamics model for Atlantic salmon in the West River system of Antigonish, Nova Scotia, A report prepared for Department of Fisheries and Oceans, Canada.