Further Reading

Brown JS (1988) Patch use as an indicator of habitat preference, predation risk, and competition. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 22: 37-47.

Charnov EL (1976) Optimal foraging and the marginal value theorem. Theoretical Population Biology 9: 129-136.

Charnov EL (1976) Optimal foraging: Attack strategy of a mantid. American Naturalist 110: 141-151.

Clark CW and Mangel M (2000) Dynamic State Variable Models in Ecology: Methods and Applications. New York: Oxford University Press.

Clayton NS and Dickinson A (1998) Episodic-like memory during cache recovery by scrub jays. Nature 395: 272-274.

Emlen JM (1966) The role of time and energy in food preference. American Naturalist 100: 611-617.

Fryxell JM and Lundberg P (1998) Individual Behavior and Community Dynamics. London: Chapman and Hall.

Giraldeau LA and Caraco T (2000) Social Foraging Theory. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press.

Houston AI and McNamara JM (1999) Models of Adaptive Behaviour. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

MacArthur RH and E Piankar (1966) On optimal use of a patchy environment. American Naturalist 100: 603-609.

Pirolli P (2007) Information Foraging Theory: Adaptive Interaction with Information. New York: Oxford University Press.

Schoener TW (1971) Theory of feeding strategies. Annual Review of Ecology and Systematics 2: 369-404.

Stephens DW, Brown JS, and Ydenberg RC (eds.) (2007) Foraging: Behavior and Ecology. Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press.

Stephens DW and Krebs JR (1986) Foraging Theory. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press.

Vincent TL and Brown JS (2004) Evolutionary Game Theory, Natural Selection and Darwinian Dynamics. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

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