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- Mark Ravinet, Ricardo Campos de Faria, +6 authors A M Westram
- Journal of evolutionary biology
- 2017

Speciation, the evolution of reproductive isolation among populations, is continuous, complex, and involves multiple, interacting barriers. Until it is complete, the effects of this process vary… (More)

- Michael Wilkinson, Bernhard Mehlig
- Physical review. E, Statistical, nonlinear, and…
- 2003

We analyze the motion of a system of particles subjected to a random force fluctuating in both space and time, and experiencing viscous damping. When the damping exceeds a certain threshold, the… (More)

- Michael Wilkinson, Bernhard Mehlig, Vlad Bezuglyy
- Physical review letters
- 2006

We show quantitatively how the collision rate of droplets of visible moisture in turbulent air increases very abruptly as the intensity of the turbulence passes a threshold, due to the formation of… (More)

- Katarina Gustavsson, Bernhard Mehlig
- Physical review. E, Statistical, nonlinear, and…
- 2011

We compute the distribution of relative velocities for a one-dimensional model of heavy particles suspended in a turbulent flow, quantifying the caustic contribution to the moments of relative… (More)

We consider particles suspended in a randomly stirred or turbulent fluid. When effects of the inertia of the particles are significant, an initially uniform scatter of particles can cluster together.… (More)

- Marina Panova, Johan Boström, +6 authors Kerstin Johannesson
- PloS one
- 2010

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While males usually benefit from as many matings as possible, females often evolve various methods of resistance to matings. The prevalent explanation for this is that the cost of… (More)

- Bernhard Mehlig, Michael Wilkinson
- Physical review letters
- 2004

We analyze the motion of a system of particles suspended in a fluid which has a random velocity field. There are coagulating and noncoagulating phases. We show that the phase transition is related to… (More)

Networks of caustics can occur in the distribution of particles suspended in a randomly moving gas. These can facilitate coagulation of particles by bringing them into close proximity, even in cases… (More)

Statistical properties of eigenvectors in non-Hermitian random matrix ensembles are discussed, with an emphasis on correlations between left and right eigenvectors. Two approaches are described. One… (More)

- Axel Martin Eriksson, Bernhard Mehlig, M Rafajlović, Serik Sagitov
- Genetics
- 2010

We consider neutral evolution of a large population subject to changes in its population size. For a population with a time-variable carrying capacity we study the distribution of the total branch… (More)