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Occam's shadow: levels of analysis in evolutionary ecology - where to next?

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Occam's shadow: levels of analysis in evolutionary ecology - where to next?; 2002; Article; Journal; Journal of Applied Statistics; Cooch, E.G.; Cam, E.; Link, W.A.

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Evolutionary ecology is the study of evolutionary processes, and the ecological conditions that influence them. A fundamental paradigm underlying the study of evolution is natural selection. Although there are a variety of operational definitions for natural selection in the literature, perhaps the most general one is that which characterizes selection as the process whereby heritable variation in fitness associated with variation in one or more phenotypic traits leads to intergenerational change in the frequency distribution of those traits. The past 20 years have witnessed a marked increase in the precision and reliability of our ability to estimate one or more components of fitness and characterize natural selection in wild populations, [...]

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