Author:Alfred Russel Wallace
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|A British naturalist, co-founder of the theory of natural selection, and founder of the field of biogeography|
This author wrote articles for the 1911 Encyclopædia Britannica.
Articles attributed to this author are designated in EB1911 by the initials "A. R. W."
- Palm trees of the Amazon, and their uses (1853) external link
- Travels on the Amazon and Rio Negro - 1853, revised Ed. 1889 external link
- The Malay Archipelago - 1869 external link
- Contributions to the Theory of Natural Selection - 1870 external link
- The action of natural selection on man (1871) external link
- The Geographical Distribution of Animals - 1876 vol 1, vol 2
- Tropical Life and Other Essays - 1878 external link
- Island Life - 1881
- Australasia (1883) external link
- Bad times: an essay on the present depression of trade (1885) external link
- Darwinism - 1889
- Natural selection and tropical nature; essays on descriptive and theoretical biology (1891) external link
- The Wonderful Century (1898) external link
- Studies scientific & social (1900) vol 1, vol 2
- The Progress of the century (1901) external link
- Man's place in the universe; a study of the results of scientific research in relation to the unity or plurality of worlds (1903) external link
- My Life: A Record of Events and Opinions - 1905 external link
- Land nationalisation (1906) external link
- The world of life (1911) external link
- Social environment and moral progress (1913) external link
- The Revolt of Democracy (1913) external link
- Alfred Russel Wallace (1916) vol 1, vol 2
- On the Monkeys of the Amazon - 1853 Speculates on the effect of rivers and other geographical barriers on the distribution of closely allied species.
- On the Law Which Has Regulated the Introduction of New Species - 1855 Wallace's thoughts on the geographic distribution of closely allied species and the implications for evolution.
- On the tendency of species to form varieties; and on the Perpetuation of Varieties and Species by Natural Means of Selection (1858) paper on Natural Selection with Charles Darwin
- On the Zoological Geography of the Malay Archipelago - 1859 Contains first description of Wallace Line.
- Remarks on the Rev. S. Haughton's Paper on the Bee's Cell, And on the Origin of Species - 1863 Wallace's defence of the Origin on the topic of evolution of the hexagonal bee cell.
- The Origin of Human Races and the Antiquity of Man Deduced from the Theory of "Natural Selection" - read before the Anthropological Society, March 1st, 1864
- Caterpillars and Birds - 1867 Wallace's request for data on warning colouration.
- English and American Flowers - 1891 Contains speculation on how glaciation may have affected distribution of mountain flora in North America and Eurasia.
- Is Mars habitable?, 1907
Articles in Popular Science Monthly
- “The Doctrine of Natural Selection,” in Popular Science Monthly, 3 (May 1873)
- “Difficulties of Development as Applied to Man,” in Popular Science Monthly, 10 (November 1876)
- “New Guinea and its Inhabitants I,” in Popular Science Monthly, 14 (April 1879)
- “New Guinea and its Inhabitants II,” in Popular Science Monthly, 15 (May 1879)
- “Monkeys,” in Popular Science Monthly, 21 (May 1882)
- “The Increasing Curse of European Militancy,” in Popular Science Monthly, 28 (February 1886)
- “Human Selection,” in Popular Science Monthly, 38 (November 1890)
- “The Ice Age and its Work I,” in Popular Science Monthly, 44 (March 1894)
- “The Ice Age and its Work II,” in Popular Science Monthly, 44 (April 1894)
- “The Ice Age and its Work III,” in Popular Science Monthly, 45 (May 1894)
- “The Ice Age and its Work IV,” in Popular Science Monthly, 45 (June 1894)
- “On the Tendency of Species to Form Varieties; and on the Perpetuation of Varieties and Species by Natural Means of Selection,” in Popular Science Monthly, 60 (November 1901)
- “The Origin of the Theory of Natural Selection,” in Popular Science Monthly, 74 (April 1909)
- “The World of Life as Visualized and Interpreted by Darwinism,” in Popular Science Monthly, 75 (November 1909)
- “Absence of White Color in Animals,” in Littell's Living Age, 132 (1700) (1877)
- “New Guinea,” in Littell's Living Age, 148 (1909) (1881)
Works about Wallace
- “Sketch of Alfred Russel Wallace,” in Popular Science Monthly, 11 (June 1877)
- “Wallace, Alfred Russell, F.R.S., LL.D., etc.,” in A Short Biographical Dictionary of English Literature, by John William Cousin, London: J. M. Dent & Sons
- “Alfred Russel Wallace, 1823-1913,” in Popular Science Monthly, 83 (December 1913)