A case of malignant maladaptation: Human occupation of global ecosystems.
Presented at the symposium: Why Adaptation Becomes Maladaptive: The Dynamics of Population Growth and Resources. 161st Annual Meeting of the American Association for th Advancement of Science, February 21, 1994. San Francisco, California.[PDF]
Has the human species become a cancer on the planet?
A theoretical view of population growth as a sign of pathology. Current World Leaders 36(6):1089-1124, 1993[PDF]
How many times has the human population doubled? Comparisons with cancer.
Population and Environment 21(1):59-80, 1999.
Humankind is like a global cancer
Ogle. The Edmonton Journal, Sunday, October 14, 1990 A9[PDF]
Is human culture carcinogenic for uncontrolled population growth and ecological destruction?
BioScience 43(11):768-773, 1993[PDF]
Malignant Land Use/Cover Expansion in Human Communities
Presented at the Fifteenth Annual International Symposium on Urban Form, Artimino, Italy, November 21-23; 2008.[PDF]
Urban Malignancy – Similarity in the fractal dimensions of urban morphology and malignant neoplasms.
International Journal of Anthropology 23(1-2):1-19, 2008. Malignant Land Use/Cover Expansion in Human Communities. Presented at the Fifteenth Annual International Symposium on Urban Form, Artimino, Italy, November 21-23; 2008[PDF]
Why are there so many of us?
Papers and conference presentations discussing the theory that the human species displays the characteristics of a malignant process. Description and diagnosis of a planetary ecopathological process. Population and Environment 12:9-39, 1990.[PDF]