References for James Murray

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  1. J G Bell, Review: Mathematical biology, by James D Murray, SIAM Review 32 (3) (1990), 487-489.
  2. F L Bookstein, Review: Lectures on Nonlinear Differential Equation Models in Biology, by James D Murray, Human Biology 50 (4) (1978), 562-564.
  3. Ll G Chambers, Review: Asymptotic Analysis, by James D Murray, The Mathematical Gazette 58 (406) (1974), 312.
  4. Curriculum vitae James Dickson Murray FRS, FRSE, University of Oxford.
    https://www.maths.ox.ac.uk/system/files/user-cvs/murrayj.pdf
  5. L Edelstein-Keshet, Review: Mathematical biology (3rd edition), by James D Murray, SIAM Review 46 (1) (2004), 143-147.
  6. J France, Review: Mathematical biology, by James D Murray, Journal of the Royal Statistical Society. Series D (The Statistician) 40 (3), Special Issue: Survey Design, Methodology and Analysis (2) (1991), 344-345.
  7. D Griffel, Review: Mathematical biology, by James D Murray, The Mathematical Gazette 75 (472) (1991), 240-243.
  8. P Holgate, Review: Lectures on Nonlinear Differential Equation Models in Biology, by James D Murray, Biometrics 35 (3) (1979), 705-706.
  9. K Kuna, Review: Mathematical biology, by James D Murray, Folia Geobotanica & Phytotaxonomica 30 (1) (1995), 101-102.
  10. Murray, Prof. James Dickson, Who's Who 2016 (Bloomsbury Publishing, 2015).
  11. J D Murray, Introductory Remarks, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series B, Biological Sciences 295 (1078), Theories of Biological Pattern Formation (1981), 427-428.
  12. Professor J D Murray FRS, Royal Society.
    https://royalsociety.org/people/james-murray-11989/
  13. P Saunders, Review: Mathematical biology (3rd edition), by James D Murray, The Mathematical Gazette 90 (518) (2006), 373-374.
  14. T Woolley, Prof. James Murray FRS: The founder of mathematical biology in Oxford, The Laughing Mathematician (5 May 2014).
    http://laughmaths.blogspot.co.uk/2014/05/prof-james-murray-frs-founder-of.html

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