Assessing Measles Transmission in the United States Following a Large Outbreak in California.
Blumberg, S., L. Worden, W. Enanoria, S. Ackley, M. Deiner, F. Liu, D. Gao, T. Lietman, and T. Porco, 2015. PLOS Currents Outbreaks. 2015 May 7 . Edition 1.
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Lee Worden Research Wiki: An experiment in open, reproducible research.
Worden, L., 2011-. Includes research, software, courseware, grantwriting and other academic material curated in public in real time.
Worden, L., 2014-. Freely available software package.
Frequency responses of age-structured populations: Pacific salmon as an example
Worden, L., L. W. Botsford, A. Hastings, and M. D. Holland, 2010. Theoretical Population Biology Vol. 78, No. 4, Pages 239-249.
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Evolutionary branching of single traits.
Ma, J., L. Worden, and S. A. Levin, 2006. Chapter 10 of From Energetics to Ecosystems: The Dynamics and Structure of Ecological Systems, N. Rooney, K. S. McCann, and D. L. G. Oakes, eds. Springer Netherlands.
Evolution, Constraint, Cooperation, and Community Structure in Simple Models.
Worden, L., 2003 (PhD Dissertation). Subject matter includes modeling self-organization processes in ecological communities; evolution in the context of ecological communities; transformations between competitive and cooperative interactions in ecological and game theory models; and ways scientific models function as rhetorical tools in social contexts, and how alternative models can be used to intervene in accepted economic and social discourses.
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Global cooperation achieved through small behavioral changes among strangers.
Hartvigsen, G., L. Worden, and S. A. Levin, 2000. Complexity, Volume 5, Number 3, Pages 14–19.
Metapopulations, community assembly and scale invariance in aspect space.
Dushoff, J., L. Worden, J. Keymer, and S. A. Levin. 2002. Theoretical Population Biology, Volume 62, Pages 329–338.
A simple dynamic argument for self-regulation in model biospheres.
Worden, L. and S. A. Levin. In preparation.
How selection acts on interactions, and why it favors mutual benefit.
Symposium on New Approaches to the Evolution of Social Behavior, Ecological Society of America, August 2008.
Evolutionary graph theory and structural power
Networks in Political Science, June 2008 (poster presentation).
Sequential selection produces self-regulation in model biospheres:
Multi-level selection meets Ashby’s ultrastability.
American Society for Cybernetics, May 2008.
This talk was awarded the ASC's Heinz von Foerster award for most notable contribution by a young person.