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2015
1 Bøckman, Petter; Skjærvø, Gine Roll.
Verdens eldste sjekketriks. NRK Viten [Internett] 2015-06-21
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2 Skjærvø, Gine.
Mer stråling gir færre barn og barnebarn. NRK [Radio] 2015-01-19
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3 Skjærvø, Gine.
Testing behavioral ecology models with historical individual-based human demographic data from Norway. Norges teknisk-naturvitenskapelige universitet 2015 (ISBN 978-82-326-0694-8) 53 s.
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4 Skjærvø, Gine.
Why same-sex sexual behaviour? An evolutionary perspective. Selvvalgt prøveforelesning; 2015-01-15 - 2015-01-16
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5 Skjærvø, Gine; Fossøy, Frode; Røskaft, Eivin.
Solar activity at birth predicted infant survival and women's fertility in historical Norway. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Biological Sciences 2015 ;Volum 282.(1801)
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6 Skjærvø, Gine; Lewis, Tanya.
Sun's Rays May Trim Life Spans. LiveScience [Internett] 2015-01-06
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7 Skjærvø, Gine; Markus, Thonhaugen.
Ikke sol deg hvis du er gravid. NRK Nordland [Internett] 2015-01-07
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8 Skjærvø, Gine Roll.
Establecen una curiosa relación entre la actividad solar y la esperanza de vida. ABC sciencia [Internett] 2015-01-07
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9 Skjærvø, Gine Roll.
More sun may mean fewer kids, grandkids. The Times of India [Internett] 2015-01-10
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10 Skjærvø, Gine Roll.
Not so sun-smart: Too much sun could reduce your fertility. Health and wellbeing [Internett] 2015-01-12
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11 Skjærvø, Gine Roll.
Secret of long life may be written in stars, scientists find. The Telegraph [Internett] 2015-01-07
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12 Skjærvø, Gine Roll.
Solar activity linked to fall in fertility rates. International Federation of Gynecology and Obstetrics [Internett] 2015-01-12
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13 Skjærvø, Gine Roll.
Testing behavioral ecology models with historical individual-based human demographic data from Norway. Lecture Disputas; 2015-01-15 - 2015-01-16
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14 Skjærvø, Gine Roll.
Whether and how contemporary human populations are affected by selection and continue to evolve. Prøveforelesning Dr. philos; 2015-01-15 - 2015-01-16
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15 Skjærvø, Gine Roll.
Zon bepaalt levensverwachting bij geboorte. Ninefornews [Internett] 2015-01-07
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16 Skjærvø, Gine; Røskaft, Eivin.
Wealth and the opportunity for sexual selection in men and women. Behavioral Ecology 2015 ;Volum 26.(2) s. 444-451
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2013
17 Skjærvø, Gine; Røskaft, Eivin.
Early conditions and fitness: effect of maternal parity on human life-history traits. Behavioral Ecology 2013 ;Volum 24.(2) s. 334-341
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18 Skjærvø, Gine; Røskaft, Eivin.
Menopause: No support for an evolutionary explanation among historical Norwegians. Experimental Gerontology 2013 ;Volum 48.(4) s. 408-413
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2012
19 Skjærvø, Gine Roll.
Når kjemien stemmer - et reality show. NRK Viten [TV] 2012-10-07
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2011
20 Skjærvø, Gine; Bongard, Terje; Viken, Åslaug; Stokke, Bård Gunnar; Røskaft, Eivin.
Wealth, status, and fitness: a historical study of Norwegians in variable environments. Evolution and human behavior 2011 ;Volum 32.(5) s. 305-314
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2009
21 Skjærvø, Gine; Stokke, Bård Gunnar; Røskaft, Eivin.
The rarity of twins: A result of an evolutionary battle between mothers and daughters - or do they agree?. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 2009 ;Volum 63.(8) s. 1133-1140
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