Adaptive Dynamics attempts to fill the remaining theoretical gaps in evolutionary synthesis and extend evolutionary theory to integrate a multitude of ecological mechanisms into a unified evolutionary framework. The Cambridge Studies in Adaptive Dynamics series highlights these novel concepts and techniques for ecological and evolutionary research and is designed to enable graduate students and researches to use the new methods for their own studies. Volumes in the series provide a mix of empirical observations and theoretical insights, offering natural points of departure for various groups of readers.
General Editors: Ulf Dieckmann, International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis, Austria; Richard Law, University of York; Hans Metz, Rijksuniversiteit Leiden, The Netherlands
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