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Emergence of weak-intransitive competition through adaptive diversification and eco-evolutionary feedbacks
(British Ecological Society, 2018)
1. Indirect biotic interactions—such as intransitive competition—are increasingly recognized as being important in shaping ecological patterns in natural systems. Over long time-scales, such indirect interactions may ...
Variability in life-history switch points across and within populations explained by Adaptive Dynamics
(The Royal Society Publishing, 2018)
Understanding the factors that shape the timing of life-history switch points (SPs; e.g. hatching, metamorphosis and maturation) is a fundamental question in evolutionary ecology. Previous studies examining this question ...
Modelling coevolution in ecological networks with adaptive dynamics
(John Wiley & Sons Ltd, 2018)
Coevolution can impose density‐dependent selection through reciprocal biotic interactions on the fitness of involved species, driving directional and disruptive trait evolution and rich evolutionary possibilities. Coevolution ...