Research interests are broadly based in evolutionary and fisheries ecology, e.g., evolution of body size in fishes, the evolution of life history characteristics in fishes and amniote vertebrates.
Dunbrack, R.L., L. Clarke and C. Bassler. 1996. Population level differences in aggressiveness and their relationship to food density in a stream salmonid (Salvelinus fontinalis). J. Fish. Biol. 48: 615-622.
Dunbrack, R.L., C. Coffin and R. Howe. 1995. The cost of males and the paradox of sex: an experimental investigation of the short-term advantages of evolution in sexual populations. Proc. R. Soc. Lond. B262: 45-49.
Dunbrack, R.L. and M. Ramsay. 1993. The allometry of mammalian adaptations to seasonal environments: a critique of the fasting endurance hypothesis. Oikos 66: 336-342.