New Paper: Using census data and history to assess evolution and population

Salvador Herrando-Pérez

A new paper titled ‘Strength of density feedback in census data increases from slow to fast life histories‘ investigates the idea that examining the life history of species through the collection of census data can provide an evolutionary signal. According to the research this data can provide valuable feedback regarding evolution and long-term population trends.

The paper involves Environment Institute members Salvador Herrando-Pérez, Dr Steven Delean, Barry Brook and Corey Bradshaw (also of the South Australian Research and Development Institute) and has been published in Ecology and Evolution.

Download the paper to read about their findings

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