- Summary of my foraging papers Link

- [Green, R. F. 1979. Bayesian birds: a simple example of Oaten's stochastic model of optimal foraging. University of California Riverside, Department of Statistics, Technical Report No. 50.] Link
- Green, R. F. 1979. Functional response and the effect of a Bayesian predator on prey distribution. University of California Riverside, Department of Statistics, Technical Report No. 56. Link
- Green, R. F. 1980. Bayesian birds: a simple example of Oaten's stochastic model of optimal foraging. Theoretical Population Biology 18:244-256.
- Green, R. F. 1981. Optimal foraging and functional response. Unpublished manuscript. Link
- [Green, R. F. 1982. What should optimal foragers maximize? A response to Templeton and Lawlor. (My manuscript that was one of the bases for the Gilliam, Green and Pearson (1982) paper)] Link
- Gilliam, J. F., Green, R. F. and Pearson, N. E. 1982. The fallacy of the traffic policeman: a response to Templeton and Lawlor. American Naturalist 119:875-878.
- Green, R. F., Nunez, A. T. and Kacelnik, A. 1984. Central-Place Foraging in a Stochastic Environment: A Multiple-Prey Loader. Unpublished manuscript. Link
- Green, R. F. Stopping rules for optimal foragers. American Naturalist 123:30-43.
- Green, R. F. 1985. An interdisciplinary approach to foraging behavior. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 8:338. [Commentary]
- Green, R. F. and Nunez, A. T. 1986. Central-place foraging in a patchy environment. Theoretical Population Biology 123:35-43.
- Green, R. F. 1986. The use of information by risk-sensitive foragers. University of Minnesota Duluth, Department of Computer Science, Mathematics and Statistics, Technical Report 86-11. Link
- Green, R. F. 1987. A stochastic model of optimal foraging: systematic stearch for negative-binomially distributed prey. University of Minnesota Duluth, Department of Computer Science, Mathematics and Statistics, Technical Report 87-2. Link
- Green, R. F. 1987. The giving-up-time rule as a strategy for animals foraging systematically in a patchy environment. University of Minnesota Duluth, Department of Computer Science, Mathematics and Statistics, Technical Report 87-3. Link
- Green, R. F. 1987. Optimal foraging in patches, each of which contains the same number of prey. University of Minnesota Duluth, Department of Computer Science, Mathematics and Statistics, Technical Report 87-4. Link
- Green, R. F. 1987. A view of foraging theory. Ecology 68(5):1559-1560. [A review of Foraging Theory by D. W. Stephens and J. R. Krebs]
- Green, R. F. 1987. Stochastic models of optimal foraging. Pp. 273-302 in Foraging Behavior (A.C. Kamil, J.R. Krebs and H. R. Pulliam, eds.), Plenum Press, New York. Link
- Green, R. F. 1988. Optimal foraging and pessimal foraging, or the optimal avoidance of predators. University of Minnesota Duluth, Department of Computer Science, Mathematics and Statistics, Technical Report 88-1. Link
- Green, R. F. 1988. Optimal foraging for patchily distributed prey: random search. University of Minnesota Duluth, Department of Computer Science, Mathematics and Statistics, Technical Report 88-2. Link
- Green, R. F. 1988. Optimal foraging in Bernoulli patches which are of two types. University of Minnesota Duluth, Department of Mathematics and Statistics, Technical Report 88-4. Link
- Green, R. F. 1988. Population consequences of foraging behavior. NSF proposal. Link
- Green, R. F. 1989. The effect of foraging behavior on the stability of a predator-prey model. Poster presented at the Ecological Society of America meeting in Toronto. Link
- [Green, R. F. 1989. Putting ecology back into optimal foraging theory. University of Minnesota Duluth, Department of Mathematics and Statistics, Technical Report 89-11.] Link
- Green, R. F. 1989. A comment on optimal foraging theory. Unpublished manuscript. Link
- Green, R. F. 1990. Putting Ecology back into optimal foraging theory. Comments on Theoretical Biology 1(6):387-410.
- Green, R. F. 1990. Can optimal foraging stabilize a predator-prey system? University of Minnesota Duluth, Department of Mathematics and Statistics, Technical Report 90-13. Link
- [Ayal, Y. and Green, R. F. 1991. Optimal egg distribution among host patches for parasitoids subject to attach by hyperparasitoids. University of Minnesota Duluth, Department of Mathematics and Statistics, Technical Report 91-8.] Link
- Ayal, Y. and Green, R. F. 1993. Optimal egg distribution among host patches for parasitoids subject to attack by hyperparasitoids. American Naturalist 141:120-138.
- Green, R. F. 1993. Can ethology help make optimal foraging theory more realistic and useful? University of Minnesota Duluth, Department of Mathematics and Statistics, Technical Report 93-9. Link
- Wildhaver, M. L., Green, R. F. and Crowder, L. B. 1994. Bluegills continuously update patch giving-up times based on foraging experience. Animal Behaviour 47:501-513.
- [Green, R. F. and Ayal, Y. 1997. A simple Markov model for the assessment of host patch quality by foraging parasitoids. University of Minnesota Duluth, Department of Mathematics and Statistics, Technical Report 1997-1.] Link
- Green, R. F. and Ayal, Y. 1998. A simple Markov model for the assessment of host patch quality by foraging parasitoids. Oecologia 116:456-466.
- Green, R. F. 2004. Feeding, optimal foraging and Bayesian foraging. University of Minnesota Duluth, Department of Mathematics and Statistics, Technical Report 2004-1. Link
- [Green, R. F. 2004. A simpler, more general method of finding the optimal foraging strategy for Bayesian birds. University of Minnesota Duluth, Department of Mathematics and Statistics, Technical Report 2004-9.] Link
- Green, R. F. 2005. Essays on optimal foraging theory: 1. The first two papers (1966). Unpublished manuscript. Link
- McNamara, J. M., Green, R. F. and Olsson, O. 2006. Bayes' theorem and its applications in animal behavior. Oikos 112:243-251.
- Green, R. F. 2006. A simpler, more general method of finding the optimal foraging strategy for Bayesian birds. Oikos 112:274-284.
- Green, R. F. 2007. An example of parasitoid foraging: Torymus capite (Huber; Hymenoptera: Torymidae [Chalcidoidea]) attacking the goldenrod gall-midge Asteromyia carbonifera (O. S.; Diptera: Cecidonyiidae). University of Minnesota Duluth, Department of Mathematics and Statistics, Technical Report 2007-2. Link
- Green, R. F. 2007. The future of optimal foraging theory -- in 1990. Unpublished manuscript. Link
- Pierre, J. S. and Green, R. F. 2008. A Bayesian approach to optimal foraging in parasitoids. Pp. 357-383 in Behavioral Ecology of Insect Parasitoids: From Theoretical Approaches to Field Applications. (E. Wajnberg, C. Bernstein and J. van Alphen, eds.) Blackwell, Oxford.

- Green, R. F. 1980. Three comments on the sex ratio in arrhenotokous animals. University of California Riverside, Department of Statistics, Technical Report No. 65. Link
- Green, R. F. 1980. Optimization of the sex ratio when family size and sex ratio can vary. University of California Riverside, Department of Statistics, Technical Report No. 66. Link
- Green, R. F. 1982. Optimal foraging and sex ratio in parasitic wasps. Journal of Theoretical Biology 95:43-48.
- Green, R. F., Gordh, G. and Hawkins, B.A. 1982. Precise sex ratios in highly inbred parasitic wasps. American Naturalist 120:653-665.
- Green, R. F. 2007. A comment on sex ratios in partially inbred parasitic wasps. Unpublished manuscript. Link
- Green, R. F. 2008. How much does it cost a parasitoid to be unmated? University of Minnesota Duluth, Department of Mathematics and Statistics, Technical Report 2008-4. Link
- Green, R. F. 2009. A short note summarizing the problems involving local mate competition, the host quality effect and constrained oviposition in parasitic wasps. Unpublished manuscript. Link

- Green, R. F. 1972. The maximum of a Poisson process. Unpublished manuscript. (This was written to be part of my dissertation, but it was left out.) Link
- Green, R. F. 1973. Outlier-prone distributions. Unpublished Ph. D. dissertation. Link
- Green, R. F. 1974. A note on outlier-prone families of distributions. Annals of Statistics 2:1293-1295.
- [Green, R. F. 1975. Outlier-prone and outlier-resistant distributions. University of California Riverside, Department of Statistics, Technical Report No. 22.] Link
- Green, R. F. 1975. Partial attraction of maxima. University of California Riverside, Department of Statistics, Technical Report No. 25. Link
- Green, R. F. 1975. Consistent estimation based on extremes. University of California Riverside, Department of Statistics, Technical Report No. 25. Link
- Green, R. F. 1976. Partial attraction of maxima. Journal of Applied Probability 12:159-163. [Correction. JAP 14:897.]
- Green, R. F. 1976. Outlier-prone and outlier-resistant distributions. Journal of the American Statistical Association 71:502-505.
- Green, R. F. 1980. The cannibals' urn. Unpublished manuscript. Link
- Green, R. F. 1985. Outlier-prone distributions. In Encyclopedia of Statistical Sciences, Vol. 6. (S. Kotz and N. L. Johnson, eds.)
- Green, R. F. 1986. An impecunious gambler in a kind-hearted casino. University of Minnesota Duluth, Department of Computer Science, Mathematics and Statistics, Technical Report No. 86-1. Link
- Green, R. F. 1989. A simple model for the construction of Brownian motion on Sierpinski's hexagonal gasket. University of Minnesota Duluth, Department of Mathematics and Statistics, Technical Report No. 89-3. Link

- Barlow, G. W. and Green, R. F. 1969. Effect of relative size of mate on color patterns in a mouthbreeding cichlid fish. Communications in behavioral Biology 4:71-78.
- Barlow, G. W. and Green, R. F. 1970. Problems of appeasement and of sexual roles in the courtship behavior of the blackchin mouthbreeder. Behaviour 36:8l4-115.
- Green, R. and Painter, P. R. 1975. Selection for fertility and development time. American Naturalist 109:1-10.
- Green, R. F. and Suchey, J. M. 1976. The use of inverse sine transformations in the analysis of non-metrical cranial data. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 45:61-68.
- Green, R. F. 1977. Do more birds produce fewer young: a comment on Mayfield’s measure of nest success. Wilson Bulletin 89:173-175.
- [Green, R. F. 1978. A graphical test to detect interference in selecting nest sites. University of California Riverside, Department of Statistics, Technical Report No. 44.] Link
- Green, R. F., Suchey, J. M. and Gokhale, D. V. 1979. The statistical treatment of correlated bilateral traits in the analysis of cranial material. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 50:629-634.
- Suchey, J. M., Wisely, D. V., Green, R. F. and Noguchi, T. 1979. Analysis of dorsal pitting in the os pubis in an extensive sample of modern American females. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 51:517-539.
- Green, R. F. 1979. A graph theoretical test to detect interference in selecting nest sites. Pp. 439-452 in Contemporary Quantitative Ecology and Related Ecometrics. (G. P. Patil and M. L. Rosensweig, eds.) International Cooperative Publishing House, Burtonsville, Maryland. Link
- [Green, R. F. 1979. A note on k-selection. University of California Riverside, Department of Statistics, Technical Report No. 52.] Link
- Green, R. F. 1980. Testing whether island communities are random. University of California Riverside, Department of Statistics, Technical Report No. 63. [Paper rejected by Evolution] Link
- Green, R. F. 1980. The width of a random clade; or, the maximum fortune of a very cautious gambler. University of California Riverside, Department of Statistics, Technical Report No. 67. [Paper rejected by Paleobiology] Link
- Green, R. F. 1980. Animal movements and capture-recapture data. Unpublished manuscript. Link
- Green, R. F. 1980. A note on the non-normality of data from mark-recapture trapping experiments. Unpublished manuscript. Link
- Green, R. F. 1980. A note on k-selection. American Naturalist 116:291-296.
- Bradley, D. P., Hassler, C. C. and Green, R. F. 1982. Analytical procedure to locate trees for tree harvest simulators. Forest Products Journal 32:36-40.
- Green, R. F. 1984. A demographic model of northern goshawks. Unpublished manuscript. [Paper rejected by The Auk] Link
- Green, R. F., Evans, D. L., Rosenfield, R. N. and Evans, M. J. 1986. Observations of North American goshawks. Poster presented at the 19th International Ornithological Congress, held in Ottawa, Canada. Link
- [Green, R. F. 1985. Does aggregation prevent competitive exclusion? A response to Atkinson and Shorrocks. University of Minnesota Duluth, Department of Computer Science, Mathematics and Statistics, Technical Report No. 85-1.] Link
- Green, R. F. 1986. Does aggregation prevent competitive exclusion? A response to Atkinson and Shorrocks. American Naturalist 128:301-304.
- Green, R. F. 1988. Reply to Shorrocks and Rosewell. American Naturalist 133:772-773.
- Green, R. F. 1990. Ecological consequences of individual differences. Environmental Biology of Fishes 27:315-318. [Review of A. Lomnicki (1988) Population Ecology of Individuals. Princeton University Press.]
- [Green, R. F. and Noakes, D. L. G. 1993. Is a little bit of sex as good as a lot? University of Minnesota Duluth, Department of Mathematics and Statistics, Technical Report No. 93-1.] Link
- Green, R. F. 1993. Criticizing ecology. Environmental Biology of Fishes 37:103-107. [Review of R. H. Peters (1991) A Critique for Ecology. Cambridge University Press.]
- Green, R. F. and Noakes, D. L. G. 1995. Is a little bit of sex as good as a lot? Journal of Theoretical Biology 174:87-96.
- Green, R. F. 2000. The work of W. D. Hamilton. Biology and Philosophy 15:107-117. [Review of W. D. Hamilton (1996) Narrow Roads in Gene Land: The Collected Papers of W. D. Hamillton. W. H. Freeman.]
- Green, R. F. 2001. Stars and fashions in science. University of Minnesota Duluth, Department of Mathematics and Statistics, Technical Report No. 2001-8. Link
- Green, R. F. 2002. The Gini index and other measures of inequality. University of Minnesota Duluth, Department of Mathematics and Statistics, Technical Report No. 2002-1. Link
- Green, R. F. 2002. Fashions in science. University of Minnesota Duluth, Department of Mathematics and Statistics, Technical Report No. 2002-8. Link
- Green, R. F. 2006, Daniel Dennett and the science of religion. Unpublished manuscript—talk given to the University of Minnesota Duluth Philosophy Department. Link