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1.                 Hendry, A.P. 2017. Eco-Evolutionary Dynamics. Princeton Univ. Press, Princeton, NJ. Link


2.                 Hendry, A.P., and S.C. Stearns (Editors). 2004. Evolution illuminated: salmon and their relatives. Oxford University Press. 510 pp. Link



Journal special issues:


1.                 Hendry, A.P., and D.M. Green. 2017. Eco-evolutionary dynamics in cold blood. Copeia. Link


2.                 Gotanda, K.M., A.P. Hendry, and E.I. Svensson. 2017. Human influences on evolution, and the ecological and societal consequences. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B. Biological Sciences vol. 372, issue 1712. Link


3.                 Merilä, J. & A.P. Hendry. 2014. Climate change, evolution, and phenotypic plasticity. Evolutionary Applications 7:1-191. Link


4.                 Hendry, A.P., and C.L. Peichel. 2013. Stickleback behavior and evolution: contributions from the seventh international conference. Evolutionary Ecology Research 15:111-502. Link


5.                 Meszéna, G., and A.P. Hendry. 2012. Niche theory and speciation. Evolutionary Ecology Research 14:361-665. Link


6.                 Elias, M., Gompert, Z., A.P. Hendry, and R. Faria. 2012. Ecological speciation. International Journal of Ecology. Link


7.                 Pelletier, F., D. Garant, and A.P. Hendry (Editors). 2009. Eco-evolutionary dynamics. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B 364:1483-1640. Link


8.                 Hendry, A.P., and R. Waples (Editors). 2008. Evolutionary perspectives on salmonid conservation and management. Evolutionary Applications 1:183-423. Link


9.                 Hendry, A.P., S.P. Carroll, and D.N. Reznick (Editors). 2007. Evolution on ecological time scales. Functional Ecology 21:387-377. Link


10.             Hendry, A.P., and M.T. Kinnison (Editors). 2001. Microevolution: Rate, Pattern, Process. Genetica 112/113:1-534. Link



Full journal papers:




1.              Lighten, J., A.S.T. Papadopulos, R.S. Mohammed, B.J. Ward, I. Paterson, L. Baillie, I.R. Bradbury, A.P. Hendry, P. Bentzen, and C. van Oosterhout. Evolutionary genetics of immunological supertypes reveals two faces of the Red Queen. Nature Communications. In press.


2.              Thompson, C.J., N.I. Ahmed, T. Veen, C.L. Peichel, A.P. Hendry, D.I. Bolnick, and Y.E. Stuart. Many-to-one form-to-function mapping weakens parallel evolution. Evolution. In press.


3.              Hanson, D., J. Hu, A.P. Hendry, and R.D.H. Barrett. Heritable gene expression differences between lake and stream stickleback include both parallel and anti-parallel components. Heredity.


4.              Hendry, A.P., and D.M. Green. 2017. Eco-evolutionary dynamics in cold blood. Copeia 105:441-450. PDF


5.              Pérez-Jvostov, F., A.P. Hendry, G.F. Fussmann, and M.E. Scott. 2017. Experimental assessment in nature of the ecological effects of a specialist parasite. Copeia. In press.


6.              Gordon, S.P., A.P. Hendry, and D. Reznick. 2017. Predator-induced contemporary evolution, phenotypic plasticity, and the evolution of reaction norms in guppies. Copeia. In press.


7.              Alberti, M., C. Correa, J. Marzluff, A.P. Hendry, E.P. Palkovacs, K. Gotanda, V.M. Hunt, T.M. Apgar, and Y. Zhou. 2017. Global urban signatures of phenotypic change in animal and plant populations. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 114:8951-8956. PDF


8.              Stuart, Y.E., T. Veen, J.N. Weber, D. Hanson, M. Ravinet, B.K. Lohman, C.J. Thompson, T. Tasneem, A. Doggett, R. Izen, N. Ahmed, R.D.H. Barrett, A.P. Hendry, C.L. Peichel, and D.I. Bolnick. 2017. Contrasting effects of environment and genetics generate a predictable continuum of parallel evolution. Nature Ecology and Evolution 1:0158. PDF


9.              Oke, K.B., G. Rolshausen, C. LeBlond, and A.P. Hendry. 2017. How parallel is parallel evolution? A comparative analysis in fishes. American Naturalist 190:1-16. PDF


10.          Carvajal-Endara, S., A.P. Hendry, N. Emery, and T.J. Davies. 2017. Habitat filtering not dispersal limitation shapes oceanic island floras: species assembly of the Galápagos archipelago. Ecology Letters 20:495-504. PDF


11.          Mimura, M., T. Yahara, D.P. Faith, E. Vázquez-Domínguez, R. I. Colautti, H. Araki, F. Javadi, J. Núñez-Farfán, A.S. Mori, S. Zhou, P.M. Hollingsworth, L.E. Neaves, Y. Fukano, G.F. Smith, Y.-I. Sato, H. Tachida, and A.P. Hendry. 2017. Understanding and monitoring the consequences of human impacts on intraspecific variation. Evolutionary Applications 10:121-139. PDF


12.              Jacquin, L., C. Dybwad, G. Rolshausen, A.P. Hendry, and S.M. Reader. 2017. Evolutionary and immediate effects of crude-oil pollution: depression of exploratory behaviour across populations of Trinidadian guppies. Animal Cognition 20:97-108. PDF


13.             Hendry, A.P., K.M. Gotanda, and E.I. Svensson. 2017. Human influences on evolution, and the ecological and societal consequences. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B. Biological Sciences 372:20160028. PDF




14.             Urban, M.C., G. Bocedi, A.P. Hendry, J.-B. Mihoub, G. Pe’er, A. Singer, J.R. Bridle, L.G. Crozier, L. De Meester, W. Godsoe, A. Gonzalez, J.J. Hellmann, R.D. Holt, A. Huth, K. Johst, C.B. Krug, P.W. Leadley, S.C.F. Palmer, J.H. Pantel, A. Schmitz, P.A. Zollner, and J.M.J. Travis. 2016. Improving the forecast for biodiversity under climate change. Science 353:1113 & aad8466:1-9. PDF


15.             Hanson, D., J.-S. Moore, E.B. Taylor, R.D.H. Barrett, and A.P. Hendry. 2016. Assessing reproductive isolation using a contact zone between parapatric lake-stream stickleback ecotypes. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 29:2491-2501. PDF


16.             Gauthey, Z., A.P. Hendry, A. Elosegi, C. Tentelier, and J. Labonne. 2016. The context dependence of assortative mating: a demonstration with conspecific salmonid populations. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 29:1827-1835. PDF


17.             Chaves, J.A., E.A. Cooper, A.P. Hendry, J. Podos, L.F. De León, J.A.M. Raeymaekers, W. O. McMillan, and J. A. C. Uy. 2016. Genomic variation at the tips of the adaptive radiation of Darwin’s finches. Molecular Ecology 25:5282-5295. PDF


18.             Jacquin, L., S. M. Reader, A. Boniface, J. Mateluna, I. Patalas, F. Pérez-Jvostov, and A.P. Hendry. 2016. Parallel and non-parallel behavioural evolution in response to parasitism and predation in Trinidadian guppies. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 29:1406-1422. PDF


19.             Pérez-Jvostov, F., A.P. Hendry, G.F. Fussmann, and M.E. Scott. 2016. An experimental test of antagonistic effects of competition and parasitism on host performance in semi-natural mesocosms. Oikos 125:790-796. PDF


20.             Labonne, J., R. Kaeuffer, F. Guéraud, M. Zhou, A. Manicki, and A.P. Hendry. 2016. From the bare minimum: genetics and selection in populations founded by only a few parents. Evolutionary Ecology Research 17:21–34.


21.             Oke, K.B., M. Bukhari, R. Kaeuffer, G. Rolshausen, K. Räsänen, D.I. Bolnick, C.L. Peichel, and A.P. Hendry. 2016. Does plasticity enhance or dampen phenotypic parallelism? A test with three lake-stream stickleback pairs. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 29:126–143. PDF


22.             Hanson, D., R. Barrett, and A.P. Hendry. 2016. Testing for parallel allochronic isolation in lake-stream stickleback. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 29:47–57. PDF


23.             Dargent, F., G. Rolshausen, A.P. Hendry, M. E. Scott, and G. F. Fussmann. 2016. Parting ways: parasite release in nature leads to sex-specific evolution of defense. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 29:23–34. PDF


24.             Hendry, A.P. 2016. Key questions on the role of phenotypic plasticity in eco-evolutionary dynamics. Journal of Heredity 107:25–41. PDF




25.             Kinnison, M.T., N. G. Hairston Jr., and A.P. Hendry. 2015. Cryptic eco-evolutionary dynamics. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 1360:120–144. PDF


26.             Rolshausen, G., D.A.T. Phillip, D.M. Beckles, A. Akbari, S. Ghoshal, P.B. Hamilton, C.R. Tyler, A.G. Scarlett, I. Ramnarine, P. Bentzen, and A.P. Hendry. 2015. Do stressful conditions make adaptation difficult? Guppies in the oil-polluted environments of southern Trinidad. Evolutionary Applications 8:854–870. PDF


27.             Rolshausen, G., S. Muttalib, R. Kaeuffer, K. B. Oke, D. Hanson, and A.P. Hendry. 2015. When maladaptive gene flow does not increase selection. Evolution 69:2289–2302. PDF


28.             Gras, R., A. Golestani, M. Cristescu, and A.P. Hendry. 2015. Speciation without pre-defined fitness functions. PLoS ONE 10:e0137838. PDF


29.             Frankel, V.M., A.P. Hendry, G. Rolshausen, and M.E. Torchin. 2015. Host preference of an introduced ‘generalist’ parasite for a non-native host. International Journal of Parasitology 45:703-709. PDF


30.             Gotanda, K.M., C. Correa, M.M. Turcotte, G. Rolshausen, and A.P. Hendry. 2015. Linking macrotrends and microrates: Re-evaluating microevolutionary support for Cope’s rule. Evolution 69:1345–1354. PDF


31.            Pérez-Jvostov, F., A.P. Hendry, G.F. Fussmann, and M.E. Scott. 2015. Testing for host-parasite local adaptation: an experiment with Gyrodactylus ectoparasites and guppy hosts. International Journal of Parasitology 45:409–417. PDF


32.             Farkas, T.E., A.P. Hendry, P. Nosil, and A.P. Beckerman. 2015. How maladaptation can structure biodiversity: eco-evolutionary island biogeography. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 30:154–160. PDF




33.             Haller, B.C., J.M. de Vos, B. Keller, A.P. Hendry, and E. Conti. 2014. A tale of two morphs: Modeling pollen transfer, magic traits, and reproductive isolation in parapatry. PLoS ONE 9:e106512. PDF


34.             Roesti, M., S. Gavrilets, A.P. Hendry, W. Salzburger, and D. Berner. 2014. The genomic signature of parallel adaptation from shared genetic variation. Molecular Ecology 23:3944-3956. PDF


35.             De León, L.F., J. Podos, T. Gardezi, A. Herrel, and A.P. Hendry. 2014. Darwin’s finches and their diet niches: the sympatric co-existence of imperfect generalists. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 27:1093-1104. PDF


36.             Gotanda, K.M., and A.P. Hendry. 2014. Using adaptive traits to consider potential consequences of temporal variation in selection: male guppy colour through time and space. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 112:108-122. PDF


37.             Räsänen, K., and A.P. Hendry. 2014. Asymmetric reproductive barriers and mosaic reproductive isolation: insights from Misty lake-stream stickleback. Ecology and Evolution 4:1166-1175. PDF


38.             Haller, B.C., and A.P. Hendry. 2014. Solving the paradox of stasis: squashed stabilizing selection and the limits of detection. Evolution 68:483-500. PDF


39.             Feldheim, K.A., S.H. Gruber, J.D. DiBattista, E.A. Babcock, S.A. Kessel, A.P. Hendry, E.K. Pikitch, M.V. Ashley, and D.D. Chapman. 2014. Two decades of genetic profiling yields first evidence of natal philopatry and long-term fidelity to parturition sites in sharks. Molecular Ecology 23:111-117. PDF


40.             Merilä, J. & A.P. Hendry. 2014. Climate change, evolution, and phenotypic plasticity: the problem and the evidence. Evolutionary Applications 7:1-14. PDF


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41.             Hendry, A.P., R. Kaeuffer, E. Crispo, C.L. Peichel, and D.I. Bolnick. 2013. Evolutionary inferences from the analysis of exchangeability. Evolution 67:3429-3441. PDF


42.             Hendry, A.P. 2013. Key questions in the genetics and genomics of eco-evolutionary dynamics. Heredity 111:456-466. PDF


43.             Dargent, F., M.E. Scott, A.P. Hendry, and G.F. Fussmann. 2013. Experimental elimination of parasites in nature leads to the evolution of increased resistance in hosts. Proceedings of the Royal Society B. Biological Sciences 280:20132371. PDF


44.             Derry, A.M., A.M. Kestrup, and A.P. Hendry. 2013. Possible influences of plasticity and genetic/maternal effects on species co-existence: native Gammarus fasciatus (Amphipoda) facing exotic amphipods. Functional Ecology 27:1212-1223. PDF


45.             Hendry, A.P., C.L. Peichel, B. Matthews, J.W. Boughman, and P. Nosil. 2013. Stickleback research: the now and the next. Evolutionary Ecology Research 15:111-141. PDF


46.             Hendry, A.P., A.S. Hendry, and C.A. Hendry. 2013. Hendry Vineyard Stickleback: testing for contemporary lake-stream divergence. Evolutionary Ecology Research 15: 343-359. PDF


47.             Baker, J.A., K. Räsänen, J.-S. Moore, and A.P. Hendry. 2013. Genetic and plastic contributions to trait divergence between parapatric habitats: female life-history traits in threespine stickleback from the Misty Lake system. Evolutionary Ecology Research 15:473-487. PDF


48.             Gotanda, K.M., L.C. DeLaire, J.A.M. Raeymaekers, F. Pérez-Jvostov, F. Dargent, P. Bentzen, M.E. Scott, G.F. Fussmann, and A.P. Hendry. 2013. Adding parasites to the guppy-predation story: insights from field surveys. Oecologia 172:155-166. PDF


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49.             De León, L. F., G. Rolshausen, E. Bermingham, J. Podos, and A. P. Hendry. 2012. Individual specialization and the seeds of adaptive radiation in Darwin’s finches. Evolutionary Ecology Research 14:365-380. PDF


50.             Pérez-Jvostov, F., A.P. Hendry, G.F. Fussmann, and M.E. Scott. 2012. Are host-parasite interactions influenced by adaptation to predators? A test with guppies and Gyrodactylus in experimental stream channels. Oecologia 170:77-88. PDF


51.             Correa, C., A. Bravo, and A.P. Hendry. 2012. Reciprocal trophic niche shifts in native and invasive fish: salmonids and galaxiids in Patagonian lakes. Freshwater Biology 57:1769-1781. PDF


52.             Elias, M., R. Fara, Z. Gompert, and A. Hendry. 2012 Factors influencing progress toward ecological speciation. International Journal of Ecology Article ID 235010. PDF


53.             Roesti, M., A.P. Hendry, W. Salzburger, and D. Berner. 2012. Genome divergence during evolutionary diversification revealed in replicate lake-stream stickleback population pairs. Molecular Ecology 21:2852-2862. PDF

54.             Correa, C., and A.P. Hendry. 2012. Invasive salmonids and lake order interact in the decline of puye grande Galaxias platei in western Patagonia lakes. Ecological Applications 22:828-842. PDF


55.             Räsänen, K., M. Delcourt, L.J. Chapman, and A.P. Hendry. 2012. Divergent selection and then what not: the puzzle of missing reproductive isolation in Misty lake and stream stickleback. International Journal of Ecology. Article ID 902438. PDF


56.             Palkovacs, E.P., M.T. Kinnison, C. Correa, C.M. Dalton, and A.P. Hendry. 2012. Fates beyond traits: ecological consequences of human-induced trait change. Evolutionary Applications 5:183-191. PDF


57.             Kaeuffer, R., Peichel, C.L., D. Bolnick, and A.P. Hendry. 2012. Parallel and non-parallel aspects of ecological, phenotypic, and genetic divergence across replicate population pairs of lake and stream stickleback. Evolution 66:402-418. PDF


58.             Millar, N.P., and A.P. Hendry. 2012. Population divergence of private and non-private signals in wild guppies. Environmental Biology of Fishes 94:513-525. PDF


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59.             De León, L.F., J.A.M. Raeymaekers, E. Bermingham, J. Podos, A. Herrel, and A.P. Hendry. 2011. Exploring possible human influences on the evolution of Darwin’s finches. Evolution 65:2258-2272. PDF


60.             Hendry, A.P., K. Hudson, J.A. Walker, K. Räsänen, and L. Chapman. 2011. Genetic divergence in morphology-performance mapping between Misty Lake and inlet stickleback. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 24:23-35. PDF


61.             Carlson, S.M., T.P. Quinn, and A.P. Hendry. 2011. Eco-evolutionary dynamics in Pacific salmon. Heredity 106:438-447. PDF


62.             McKellar, A.E., and A.P. Hendry. 2011. Environmental factors influencing adult sex ratio in Poecilia reticulata: laboratory experiments. Journal of Fish Biology 79:937-953. PDF


63.             Easty, L.K., A.K. Schwartz, S.P. Gordon, and A.P. Hendry. 2011. Does sexual selection evolve following introduction to new environments? Animal Behavior 82:1085-1095. PDF


64.             Thibert-Plante, X., and A.P. Hendry. 2011. Factors influencing progress toward ecological speciation. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 24:2186-2196. PDF


65.             Berner, D., R. Kaeuffer, A.-C. Grandchamp, J.A.M. Raeymaekers, K. Räsänen, and A.P. Hendry. 2011. Quantitative genetic inheritance of morphological divergence in a lake-stream stickleback ecotype pair: implications for reproductive isolation. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 24:1975-1983. PDF


66.             van der Sluijs, I., S.M. Gray, M.C.P. Amorim, I. Barber, U. Candolin, A.P. Hendry, R. Krahe, M.E. Maan, A.C. Utne-Palm, H.-J. Wagner, and B.B.M. Wong. 2011. Communication in troubled waters: Responses of fish communication systems to changing environments. Evolutionary Ecology 25:623-640. PDF


67.             Weese, D.J., A.K. Schwartz, P. Bentzen, A.P. Hendry, and M.T. Kinnison. 2011. Eco-evolutionary effects on population recovery following catastrophic disturbance. Evolutionary Applications 4:354-366. PDF


68.             Hendry, A.P., M.T. Kinnison, M. Heino, T. Day, T.B. Smith, G. Fitt, C. T. Bergstrom, J. Oakeshott, P.S. Jørgensen, M.P. Zalucki, G. Gilchrist, S. Southerton, A. Sih, S. Strauss, R.F. Denison, and S.P. Carroll. 2011. Evolutionary principles and their practical application. Evolutionary Applications 4:159-183. PDF


69.             Thibert-Plante, X., and A.P. Hendry. 2011. The consequences of phenotypic plasticity for ecological speciation. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 24:326-342. PDF


70.             DiBattista, J.D., K.A. Feldheim, D. Garant, S.H. Gruber, and A.P. Hendry. 2011. Anthropogenic disturbance and evolutionary parameters: a lemon shark population experiencing habitat loss. Evolutionary Applications 4:1-17. PDF


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71.             Schwartz, A.K., D.J. Weese, P. Bentzen, M.T. Kinnison, and A.P. Hendry. 2010. Both geography and ecology contribute to mating isolation in guppies. PLoS ONE 5:e15659. PDF


72.             Raeymaekers, J.A.M., M. Boisjoly, L. Delaire, D. Berner, K. Räsänen, and A.P. Hendry. 2010. Testing for mating isolation between ecotypes: laboratory experiments with lake, stream, and hybrid stickleback. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 23:2694-2798. PDF


73.             Berner, D., M. Rosti, A.P. Hendry, and W. Salzburger. 2010. Constraints on speciation suggested by comparing lake-stream stickleback divergence across two continents. Molecular Ecology 19:4963-4978. PDF


74.             Faith, D.P., S. Magallón, A.P. Hendry, E. Conti, T. Yahara, and M.J. Donoghue. In press. Evosystem services: an evolutionary perspective on the links between biodiversity and human well-being. Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability 2:66-74. PDF


75.             Thibert-Plante, X., and A.P. Hendry. 2010. When can ecological speciation be detected with neutral loci? Molecular Ecology 19:2301-2314. PDF


76.             Labonne, J., and A.P. Hendry. 2010. Natural selection can giveth and taketh away reproductive barriers: models of population divergence in guppies. American Naturalist 176:26-39. PDF


77.             Weese, D., S. Gordon, A.P. Hendry, and M.T. Kinnison. 2010. Spatiotemporal variation in linear natural selection on body color in wild guppies (Poecilia reticulata). Evolution 64:1802-1815. PDF


78.             Hendry, A.P., L.G. Lohmann, E. Conti, J. Cracraft, K.A. Crandall, D.P. Faith, C. Häuser, C.A. Joly, K. Kogure, A. Larigauderie, S. Magallón, C. Moritz, S. Tillier, R. Zardoya, A.-H. Prieur-Richard, B.A. Walther, T. Yahara, and M.J. Donoghue. 2010. Evolutionary biology in biodiversity science, conservation, and policy: a call to action. Evolution 64:1517-1528. PDF


79.             de León, L.F., E. Bermingham, J. Podos, and A.P. Hendry. 2010. Divergence with gene flow as facilitated by ecological differences: within-island variation in Darwin’s finches. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society. B. Biological Sciences 365:1041–1052. PDF


80.             Schwartz, A.K., and A.P. Hendry. 2010. Testing the influence of local forest canopy clearing on phenotypic variation in Trinidadian guppies. Functional Ecology 24:354–364. PDF


81.             Crispo, E., J.D. DiBattista, C. Correa, X. Thibert-Plante, A.E. McKellar, A.K. Schwartz, D. Berner, L.F. De León, and A.P. Hendry. 2010. The evolution of phenotypic plasticity in response to anthropogenic disturbance. Evolutionary Ecology Research 12:47-66. PDF


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82.             Hendry, A. P., D. I. Bolnick, D. Berner, and C. L. Peichel. 2009. Along the speciation continuum in stickleback. Journal of Fish Biology 75:2000-2036. PDF


83.             McKellar, A.E., and A.P. Hendry. 2009. How humans differ from other animals in their levels of morphological variation. PLoS ONE 4:e6876. PDF


84.             Raeymaekers, J.A.M., L. Delaire, and A.P. Hendry. 2009. Genetically-based differences in nest characteristics between lake, inlet, and hybrid threespine stickleback from the Misty system, British Columbia, Canada. Evolutionary Ecology Research 11:905–919. PDF


85.             Lahti, D.C., N.A. Johnson, B.C. Ajie, S.P. Otto, A.P. Hendry, D.T. Blumstein, R.G. Coss, K. Donohue, and S.A. Foster. 2009. Relaxed selection in the wild. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 24:487-496. PDF


86.             Hendry, A. P. 2009. Ecological speciation! Or the lack thereof? Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 66: 1383–1398. [J. C. Stevenson Memorial Lecture, 2008] PDF


87.             Sharpe, D.M.T., and A.P. Hendry. 2009. Life history change in commercially exploited fish stocks: an analysis of trends across studies. Evolutionary Application 2:260–275. PDF


88.             Pelletier, F., D. Garant, and A.P. Hendry. 2009. Eco-evolutionary dynamics. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. B. Biological Sciences 364:1483-1489. PDF


89.             Moore, J.-S., and A.P. Hendry. 2009. Can gene flow have negative demographic consequences? Mixed evidence from stream threespine stickleback. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B. Biological Sciences 364:1533-1542. PDF


90.             Gordon, S.P., D.N. Reznick, M.T. Kinnison, M.J. Bryant, D.J. Weese, K. Räsänen, N.P. Millar, and A.P. Hendry. 2009. Adaptive changes in life history and survival following a new guppy introduction. American Naturalist 174:34-45. PDF


91.             Berner, D., A.-C. Grandchamp, and A.P. Hendry. 2009. Variable progress toward ecological speciation in parapatry: stickleback across eight lake-stream transitions. Evolution 63:1740-1753. PDF


92.             DiBattista, J.D., K.A. Feldheim, D. Garant, S.H. Gruber, and A.P. Hendry. 2009. Evolutionary potential of a large marine vertebrate: quantitative genetic parameters in a wild population. Evolution 63:1051-1067. PDF


93.             McKellar, A.E., M.M. Turcotte, and A.P. Hendry. 2009. Environmental factors influencing adult sex ratio in Trinidadian guppies. Oecologia 159:735-745. PDF


94.             Hendry, A.P., S.K. Huber, L. De León, A. Herrel, and J. Podos. 2009. Disruptive selection in a bimodal population of Darwin’s finches. Proceedings of the Royal Society B. Biological Sciences 276:753-759. PDF


95.             Herrel, A., J. Podos, B. Vanhooydonck, and A.P. Hendry. 2009. Force-velocity trade-off in Darwin’s finch jaw function: a biomechanical basis for ecological speciation? Functional Ecology 23:119-125. PDF


96.             Thibert-Plante, X., and A.P. Hendry. 2009. Five questions on ecological speciation addressed with individual-based simulations. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 22:109-123. PDF


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97.             Hendry, A.P., and A. Gonzalez. 2008. Whither adaptation? Biology and Philosophy 23:673-699. PDF


98.             Berner, D., D.C. Adams, A.-C. Grandchamp, and A.P. Hendry. 2008. Natural selection drives patterns of lake-stream divergence in stickleback foraging morphology. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 21:1653-1665. PDF


99.             Delcourt, M., K. Räsänen, and A.P. Hendry. 2008. Genetic and plastic components of divergent male intersexual behavior in Misty lake/stream stickleback. Behavioral Ecology 19:1217-1224. PDF


100.        Sharpe, D.M.T., K. Räsänen, D. Berner, A.P. Hendry. 2008. Genetic and environmental contributions to the morphology of lake and stream stickleback: implications for gene flow and reproductive isolation. Evolutionary Ecology Research 10:849-866. PDF


101.        Räsänen, K., and A.P. Hendry. 2008. Disentangling interactions between adaptive divergence and gene flow when ecology drives diversification. Ecology Letters 11:624-626. PDF


102.        Hendry, A.P., T. Farrugia, and M.T. Kinnison. 2008. Human influences on rates of phenotypic change in wild animal populations. Molecular Ecology 17:20-29. PDF


103.        Foster, D., J. Podos, and A.P. Hendry. 2008. A geometric morphometric appraisal of beak shape in Darwin’s finches. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 21:263-275. PDF


104.        DiBattista, J.D., K.A. Feldheim, X. Thibert-Plante, S.H. Gruber, and A.P. Hendry. 2008b. A genetic assessment of polyandry and breeding site fidelity in lemon sharks. Molecular Ecology 17:3337-3351. PDF


105.        DiBattista, J.D., K.A. Feldheim, S.H. Gruber, and A.P. Hendry. 2008. Are indirect genetic benefits associated with polyandry? Testing predictions in a natural population of lemon sharks. Molecular Ecology 17:783-795. PDF


106.        Waples, R.S., and A.P. Hendry. 2008. Evolutionary perspectives on salmonid conservation and management. Evolutionary Applications 1:183-188. PDF


107.        Crozier, L.G., A.P. Hendry, P.W. Lawson, T.P. Quinn, N.J. Mantua, J. Battin, R.G. Shaw, and R. B. Huey. 2008. Potential responses to climate change in organisms with complex life histories: evolution and plasticity in Pacific salmon. Evolutionary Applications 1:252-270. PDF


2007: Back to top


108.        Carlson, S.M., R. Hilborn, A.P. Hendry, and T.P. Quinn. 2007. Predation by bears drives senescence in natural populations of salmon. PLoS ONE Issue 12, e1286. PDF


109.        Kinnison, M.T., A.P. Hendry, and C.A. Stockwell. 2007. Contemporary evolution meets conservation biology II: Impediments to integration and application. Ecological Research 22:947-954. PDF


110.        Carlson, S. M., A. P. Hendry, and B. H. Letcher. 2007. Growth rate differences between resident native brook trout and non-native brown trout. Journal of Fish Biology 71:1430-1447. PDF


111.        Moore, J.-S., J.L. Gow, E.B. Taylor, and A.P. Hendry. 2007. Quantifying the constraining influence of gene flow on adaptive divergence in the lake-stream threespine stickleback system. Evolution 61:2015-2026. PDF


112.        Huber, S.K., L.F. De Leon, A.P. Hendry, E. Bermingham, and J. Podos. 2007. Reproductive isolation of sympatric morphs in a population of Darwin’s finches. Proceedings of the Royal Society B. Biological Sciences 274:1709-1714. PDF


113.        Karim, N., S.P. Gordon, A.K. Schwartz, and A.P. Hendry. 2007. This is not déjà vu all over again: male guppy colour in a new experimental introduction. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 20:1339-1350. PDF


114.        Carroll, S.P., A.P. Hendry, D. Reznick, and C.W. Fox. 2007. Evolution on ecological time scales. Functional Ecology 21:387-393. PDF


115.        Hendry, A.P., P. Nosil, and L.H. Rieseberg. 2007. The speed of ecological speciation. Functional Ecology 21:455-464. PDF


116.        Garant, D., S.E. Forde, and A.P. Hendry. 2007. The multifarious effects of dispersal and gene flow on contemporary adaptation. Functional Ecology 21:434-443. PDF

117.        Schwartz, A.K., and A.P. Hendry. 2007. A test for the parallel co-evolution of male colour and female preference in Trinidadian guppies. Evolutionary Ecology Research 9:71-90. PDF


118.        DiBattista, J.D., K.A. Feldheim, S.H. Gruber, and A.P. Hendry. 2007. When bigger is not better: selection against large size, high condition, and fast growth in juvenile lemon sharks. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 20:201-212. PDF


2006: Back to top


119.        Hendry, A.P., P.R. Grant, B.R. Grant, H.A. Ford, M.J. Brewer, and J. Podos. 2006. Possible human impacts on adaptive radiation: beak size bimodality in Darwin’s finches. Proceedings of the Royal Society B. Biological Sciences 273:1887-1894. PDF


120.        Hendry, A.P., M.L. Kelly, M.T. Kinnison, and D.N. Reznick. 2006. Parallel evolution of the sexes? Effects of predation and habitat features on the size and shape of wild guppies. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 19:741-754. PDF


121.        Schwartz, A.K., and A.P. Hendry. 2006. Sexual selection and the detection of ecological speciation. Evolutionary Ecology Research 8:399-413. PDF


122.        Millar, N.M., D.N. Reznick, M.T. Kinnison, and A.P. Hendry. 2006. Disentangling the selective factors that act on male coloration in wild guppies. Oikos 113:1-12. PDF


123.        Crispo, E, P. Bentzen, D.N. Reznick, M.T. Kinnison, and A.P. Hendry. 2006. The relative influence of natural selection and geography on gene flow in guppies. Molecular Ecology. PDF


2005: Back to top


124.        Morbey, Y.E., C.E. Brassil, and A.P. Hendry. 2005. Rapid senescence in Pacific salmon. American Naturalist 166:556-568. PDF


125.        Moore, J.-S., and A.P. Hendry. 2005. Both selection and gene flow are necessary to explain adaptive divergence: evidence from clinal variation in stream stickleback. Evolutionary Ecology Research 7:871-886. PDF


126.        Crispo, E., and A.P. Hendry. 2005. Does time since colonization influence isolation by distance? A meta-analysis. Conservation Genetics 6: 665-682. PDF


127.        Hendry, A.P., and T. Day. 2005. Population structure attributable to reproductive date: isolation-by-time and adaptation-by-time. Molecular Ecology 14:901-916. PDF


128.        Herrell, J. Podos, S.K. Huber, and A.P. Hendry. 2005. Evolution of bite force in Darwin’s finches: a key role for head width. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 18:669-675. PDF


129.        Herrel, A., J. Podos, S.K. Huber, and A.P. Hendry. 2005. Bite performance and morphology in a population of Darwin’s finches: implications for the evolution of beak shape. Functional Ecology. 19:43-48. PDF


2004: Back to top


130.        Hendry, A.P., and E.B. Taylor. 2004. How much of the variation in adaptive divergence can be explained by gene flow: an evaluation using lake/stream stickleback. Evolution 58:2319–2331. PDF


131.        Hendry, A.P. 2004. Selection against migrants contributes to the rapid evolution of ecologically-dependent reproductive isolation. Evolutionary Ecology Research 6:1219–1236. PDF


132.        Carlson, S.M., A.P. Hendry, and B.H. Letcher. 2004. Natural selection acting on size, growth rate, and compensatory growth: an empirical test in a wild trout population. Evolutionary Ecology Research 6:955–973. PDF


133.        Hendry, A.P., and E. Beall. 2004. Energy use in spawning Atlantic salmon. Ecology of Freshwater Fish 13:185-196. PDF


134.        Hendry, A.P., Y.E. Morbey, O.K. Berg, and J.K. Wenburg. 2004. Adaptive variation in senescence: reproductive life span in a wild salmon population. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B. 271:259-266. PDF


135.        Gende, S.P., T.P. Quinn, R. Hilborn, A.P. Hendry, and B. Dickerson. 2004. Brown bears selectively kill salmon with higher energy content but only in habitats facilitating choice. Oikos 104:518-528. PDF


2002-2003: Back to top


136.        Hendry, A.P., B.H. Letcher, and G. Gries. 2003. Estimating natural selection acting on stream-dwelling Atlantic salmon: implications for the restoration of extirpated populations. Conservation Biology 17:795-805. PDF


137.        Hendry, A.P., and T. Day. 2003. Revisiting the positive correlation between female size and egg size. Evolutionary Ecology Research 5:421-429. PDF


138.        Stockwell, C.A., A.P. Hendry, and M.T. Kinnison. 2003. Contemporary evolution meets conservation biology. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 18:94-101. PDF


139.        Einum, S., A.P. Hendry, and I.A. Fleming. 2002. Egg size evolution in aquatic environments: does oxygen availability constrain egg size? Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B. Biological Sciences 269:2325-2330. PDF


140.        Hendry, A.P., E.B. Taylor, and J.D. McPhail. 2002. Adaptive divergence and the balance between selection and gene flow: lake and stream stickleback in the Misty system. Evolution 56:1199-1216. PDF


141.        Hendry, M.A., J.K. Wenburg, K. Myers, and A.P. Hendry. 2002. Genetic and phenotypic variation through the season provides evidence for multiple populations of wild steelhead in the Dean River, British Columbia. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 131:418-434. PDF


2001: Back to top


142.        Hendry, A.P., and M.T. Kinnison. 2001. An introduction to microevolution: rate, pattern, process. Genetica. 112-113:1-8. PDF


143.        Hendry, A.P. 2001. Adaptive divergence and the evolution of reproductive isolation in the wild: an empirical demonstration using introduced sockeye salmon. Genetica. 112-113:515-534. PDF


144.        Kinnison, M.T., and A.P. Hendry. 2001. The pace of modern life. II. From rates to pattern and process. Genetica. 112-113:145-164. PDF


145.        Quinn, T.P., A.P. Hendry, and G.B. Buck. 2001. Balancing natural and sexual selection in sockeye salmon: interactions between body size, reproductive opportunity and vulnerability to predation by bears. Evolutionary Ecology Research. 3:917-937. PDF


146.        Kinnison, M.T., M.J. Unwin, A.P. Hendry, and T.P. Quinn. 2001. Migratory costs and the evolution of egg size and number in introduced and indigenous salmon populations. Evolution. 55:1656-1667. PDF


147.        Hendry, A.P., O.K. Berg, and T.P. Quinn. 2001. Causes and consequences of breeding location choice: empirical evidence within a population of sockeye salmon. Oikos 93:406-418. PDF


148.        Hendry, A.P., T. Day, and A.B. Cooper. 2001. Optimal propagule size and number: allowance for discrete stages, and effects of maternal size on total reproductive output and offspring fitness. American Naturalist 157:387-407. PDF


149.        Hendry, A.P., T. Day, and E.B. Taylor. 2001. Population mixing and the adaptive divergence of quantitative characters in discrete populations: a theoretical framework for empirical tests. Evolution 55:459-466. PDF


150.        Berg, O.K., A. P. Hendry, B. Henriksen, C. Bech, J.V. Arnekleiv, and A. Lohrmann. 2001. Maternal provisioning of offspring and the use of those resources during development: variation within and among Atlantic salmon families. Functional Ecology 15:13-23. PDF


Pre-2001: Back to top


151.        Hendry, A.P., J.K. Wenburg, P. Bentzen, E.C. Volk, and T.P. Quinn. 2000. Rapid evolution of reproductive isolation in the wild: evidence from introduced salmon. Science 290:516-518. PDF


152.        Hendry, A.P., S.M. Vamosi, S.J. Latham, J.C. Heilbuth, and T. Day. 2000. Questioning species realities. Conservation Genetics 1:67-76. PDF


153.        Hendry, A.P., A.H. Dittman, and R.W. Hardy. 2000. Proximate composition, reproductive development, and a test for trade-offs in captive sockeye salmon. Trans. Am. Fish. Soc. 129:1082-1095. PDF


154.        Hendry, A.P., and M.T. Kinnison. 1999. The pace of modern life: measuring rates of microevolution. Evolution 53:1637-1653. PDF


155.        Hendry, A.P., O.K. Berg, and T.P. Quinn. 1999. Condition dependence and adaptation-by-time: breeding date, life history, and energy allocation in a population of salmon. Oikos 85:499-514. PDF


156.        Hendry, A.P., and O.K. Berg. 1999. Secondary sexual characters, energy use, senescence, and the cost of reproduction in sockeye salmon. Can. J. Zool. 77:1663-1675. PDF


157.        Quinn, T.P., A.P. Hendry, and E.C. Volk. 1999. Natural otolith microstructure patterns reveal precise homing to natal incubation sites by sockeye salmon (Oncorhynchus nerka). Can. J. Zool. 77:766-775. PDF


158.        Griffith, J.N., A.P. Hendry, and T.P. Quinn. 1999. Exploratory behavior or straying: adult sockeye salmon (Oncorhynchus nerka) entering a non-natal hatchery. Fishery Bulletin 97: 713-716. PDF


159.        Hendry, A.P., J.E. Hensleigh, and R.R. Reisenbichler. 1998. Incubation temperature, developmental biology and the divergence of sockeye salmon within Lake Washington. Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 55:1387-1394. PDF


160.        Hensleigh, J.E., and A.P. Hendry. 1998. Rheotactic response of fry from beach-spawning populations of sockeye salmon: evolution after selection is relaxed. Can. J. Zool. 76:2186-2193. PDF


161.        Hendry, A.P., and T.P. Quinn. 1997. Variation in adult life history and morphology among populations of sockeye salmon (Oncorhynchus nerka) within Lake Washington, WA, in relation to habitat features and ancestral affinities. Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 54:75-84. PDF


162.        Hendry, A.P., T.P. Quinn, and F.M. Utter. 1996. Genetic evidence for the persistence and divergence of native and introduced sockeye salmon (Oncorhynchus nerka) within Lake Washington, WA. Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 53:823-832. PDF


163.        Quinn, T.P., A.P. Hendry, and L.A. Wetzel. 1995. The influence of life history trade-offs and the size of incubation gravels on egg size variation in sockeye salmon (Oncorhynchus nerka). Oikos 74:425-438.


164.        Hendry, A.P., F.E. Leonetti, and T.P. Quinn. 1995. Spatial and temporal isolating mechanisms: the formation of discrete breeding aggregations of sockeye salmon (Oncorhynchus nerka). Can. J. Zool. 73:339-352.


165.        Novales-Flamarique, I., A. Hendry, and C.W. Hawryshyn. 1992. The photic environment of a salmonid nursery lake. J. Exp. Biol. 169:121-141.  


News & Views, Reviews, Notes, Letters, Comments, Responses: Back to top


1.                 Faith, D.P., S. Magallón. A.P. Hendry, and M.J. Donoghue. 2017. Future benefits from contemporary evosystem services. Trends in Ecology and Evolution. In press. [Comment]


2.                 Hendry, A.P., and C.L. Peichel. 2016. Are conference special issues worthwhile. Evolutionary Ecology Research 17:141-155.


3.                 Nusslé, S., A. P. Hendry, and S. M. Carlson. 2016. When does fisheries induced evolution matter? Trends in Ecology and Evolution 31:500-502. [Spotlight] PDF


4.                 Dargent, F., M. E. Scott, A. P. Hendry, and G. F. Fussmann. 2014. Experimental evolution of parasite resistance in wild guppies: natural and multifarious selection. Proceedings of the Royal Society B. Biological Sciences 281: 20141820. [Response] PDF


5.                 Geeta, R., L.G. Lohmann, S. Magallón, D.P. Faith, A. Hendry, K. Crandall, L. De Meester, C.O. Webb, A.-H. Prieur-Richard, M. Mimura, E. Conti, J. Cracraft, F. Forest, C. Jaramillo, M. Donoghue, and T. Yahara. 2014. Biodiversity only makes sense in the light of evolution. Journal of Bioscience 39:1-5. [Clipboard] PDF


6.                 Hendry, A.P. 2013. Eco-evolutionary dynamics: community consequences of (mal)adaptation. Current Biology 23:R869-R871. [Dispatch] PDF


7.                 Haller, B.C., L.F. De León, G. Rolshausen, K.M. Gotanda, and A.P. Hendry. 2012. Magic traits: distinguishing the important from the trivial. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 27:4-5. [Comment] PDF


8.                 Hendry, A.P. 2010. A first date without getting to first base. Ecology 91:1559-1560. [Book review] PDF


9.                 Palkovacs, E.P., and A.P. Hendry. 2010. Eco-evolutionary dynamics: intertwining ecological and evolutionary processes in contemporary time. F1000 Biology Reports 2:1 PDF


10.             Hendry, A.P. 2009. Speciation. Nature 458:162-164. [Q&A] PDF


11.             Bailey, J.K., A.P. Hendry, M.T. Kinnison, D.M. Post, E.P. Palkovacs, F. Pelletier, L.J. Harmon, and J.A. Schweitzer. 2009. From genes to ecosystems: An emerging synthesis of eco-evolutionary dynamics. New Phytologist 184:746–749. [Meeting Report]


12.             Hendry, A.P. 2008. Darwin in the fossils. Nature 451:779-780. [News and Views] PDF


13.             Hendry, A.P. 2007. The Elvis paradox. Nature 446:147-150. [News and Views] PDF


14.             Hendry, A.P. 2005. The power of natural selection. Nature 433:649-695. [News and Views] PDF


15.             Skelly, D.K., L.N. Joseph, H.P. Possingham, L.K. Freidenburg, T.J. Farrugia, M.T. Kinnison, and A.P. Hendry. 2007. Evolutionary responses to climate change. Conservation Biology 21:1353-1355. [Comment] PDF


16.             Patterson, I. G., E. Crispo, A. P. Hendry, M. T. Kinnison, and P. Bentzen. 2005. Characterization of tetranucleotide microsatellite markers in the guppy (Poecilia reticulata). Molecular Ecology Notes 5:269-271. [Primer note]


17.             Hendry, A.P. 2002. QST > = ≠ < FST? Trends in Ecology and Evolution 17:502. [Comment] PDF


18.             Hendry, A.P., J.K. Wenburg, P. Bentzen, E. Volk, T.P. Quinn. 2001. Examining evidence of reproductive isolation in sockeye salmon. Science 291:1853a. [Response] PDF


19.             Hendry, A.P., J.K. Wenburg, P. Bentzen, E. Volk, T.P. Quinn. 2001. Evolution of sockeye salmon ecotypes. Science 291:251-252. [Response]


20.             Hendry, A.P. 2001. Something fishy. American Scientist 89:293. [Comment]


21.             Hendry, A.P., and M.T. Kinnison. 1998. Taking time with microevolution. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 13:76-77. [Comment]


Book Chapters: Back to top


1.                 Barrett, R.D.H., and A.P. Hendry. 2012. Evolutionary rescue under environmental change? Pages 216-233 in U. Candolin and B.B.M. Wong (editors). Behavioural responses to a changing world: mechanisms and consequences. Oxford Univ. Press, Oxford, UK.


2.                 Hendry, A.P., V. Millien, A. Gonzalez, and H.C.E. Larsson.  2012. How humans influence evolution on adaptive landscapes. Pages 180-202 in E. Svensson and R. Calsbeek (editors). The adaptive landscape in evolutionary biology. Oxford Univ. Press, Oxford, UK.


3.                 Vergeer, P., N.J. Ouborg, and A.P. Hendry. 2008. Genetic considerations in introduction efforts. Pages 116-129 in S. Carroll and C. Fox (editors). Conservation biology – evolution in action. Oxford Univ. Press, Oxford, UK.


4.                 Morbey, Y.E., and A.P. Hendry. 2008. Adaptation of salmonids to spawning habitat. Pages 15-36 in D. Sear and P. DeVries (editors). Salmon spawning habitat in rivers: physical controls, biological responses, and approaches to remediation. American Fisheries Society 65, Bethesda.


5.                 Podos, J., and A.P. Hendry. 2006. The biomechanics of ecological speciation. Pages 301-321 in A. Herrel, T. Speck, and N. Rowe (editors). Ecology and biomechanics: a mechanical approach to the ecology of animals and plants. Taylor and Francis, New York. PDF


6.                 Stockwell, C.A., M.T. Kinnison, and A.P. Hendry. 2006. Evolutionary restoration ecology. Pages 113-137 in D. Falk, M. Palmer, and J. Zedler (editors). Foundations of restoration ecology. Island Press.


7.                 Huey, R.B., G.W. Gilchrist, and A.P. Hendry. 2005. Using invasive species to study evolution. Pages 139-164 in D.F. Sax, S.D. Gaines, and J.J. Stachowicz (editors). Species invasions: insights to ecology, evolution and biogeography. Sinauer Associates, Sunderland, MA.


8.                 Hendry, A.P., T. Bohlin, B. Jonsson, and O.K. Berg. 2004. To sea or not to sea: Anadromy versus non-anadromy in salmonids. Pages 92–125 in A.P. Hendry and S.C. Stearns (editors). Evolution Illuminated: salmon and their relatives. Oxford Univ. Press.


9.                 Hendry, A.P., V. Castric, M.T. Kinnison, and T.P. Quinn. 2004. The evolution of philopatry and dispersal: homing versus straying in salmonids. Pages 91–52 in A.P. Hendry and S.C. Stearns (editors). Evolution Illuminated: salmon and their relatives. Oxford Univ. Press.


10.             Einum, S., M.T. Kinnison, and A.P. Hendry. 2004. Evolution of egg size and number. Pages 126–153 in A.P. Hendry and S.C. Stearns (editors). Evolution Illuminated: salmon and their relatives. Oxford Univ. Press.


11.             Kinnison, M.T., and A.P. Hendry. 2004. Tempo and mode in salmon evolution. Pages 208–231 in A.P. Hendry and S.C. Stearns (editors). Evolution Illuminated: salmon and their relatives. Oxford Univ. Press.


12.             Stearns, S.C., and A.P. Hendry. 2004. The salmonid contribution to key issues in evolution. Pages 3–19 in A.P. Hendry and S.C. Stearns (editors). Evolution Illuminated: salmon and their relatives. Oxford Univ. Press.


Magazine articles: Back to top


1.                 Hendry, A.P., and G.C. Jensen. 1998. Northern exposures: life in the near-shore desert. Discover Diving, May/June, pp. 48-52


2.                 Hendry, A.P. 1997. To sea or not to sea? Mundo Marino, July/Aug, pp. 27-33. [translated into Spanish]


3.                 Hendry, A.P. 1996. At the end of the run. Ocean Realm, March/April, pp. 52-59.


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