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The transition from evolutionary stability to branching : a catastrophic evolutionary shift
(Nature Publishing Group, 2016-05-14)
Evolutionary branching—resident-mutant coexistence under disruptive selection—is one of the main contributions of Adaptive Dynamics (AD), the mathematical framework introduced by S.A.H. Geritz, J.A.J. Metz, and coauthors ...
Evolutionary fields can explain patterns of high-dimensional complexity in ecology
(American Physical Society, 2017)
One of the properties that make ecological systems so unique is the range of complex behavioral patterns that can be exhibited by even the simplest communities with only a few species. Much of this complexity is commonly ...
Modeling top-down and bottom-up drivers of a regime shift in invasive aquatic plant stable states
(Frontiers Media, 2019)
The evidence for alternate stable states characterized by dominance of either floating or submerged plant dominance is well established. Inspired by an existing model and controlled experiments, we conceptually describe a ...
Prejudice, privilege, and power : conflicts and cooperation between recognizable groups
(AIMS Press, 2019)
The problem of cooperation remains one of the fundamental questions in the fields of biology, sociology, and economics. The emergence and maintenance of cooperation are naturally affected by group dynamics, since individuals ...