5 edition of Integrating ecology and evolution in a spatial context found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Jonathan Silvertown and Janis Antonovics.|
|Series||Special symposia of the British Ecological Society -- 14., Special publication ... of the British Ecological Society -- no. 14.|
|Contributions||Silvertown, Jonathan W., Antonovics, J., British Ecological Society.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 423 p. :|
|Number of Pages||423|
|ISBN 10||0632058242, 0632058234|
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Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while Reviews: 1. Integrating Ecology and Evolution in a Spatial Context 作者: Jonathan W.
Silvertown / Janis Antonovics 出版社: Cambridge University Press 副标题: 14th Special Symposium of the British Ecological Society 出版年: 页数: 定价: USD 装帧: Hardcover ISBN: Publisher Summary. Landscape ecology is the study of the effect of spatial pattern on an ecological process.
It thus follows that adopting a landscape ecological perspective to metapopulation dynamics entails understanding how a spatial pattern, such as habitat fragmentation or heterogeneity, affects the processes that contribute to the dynamics of spatially structured populations. The ecological restoration of disturbed ecosystems.
Fundamental principles from ecology, ecophysiology, and community ecology are used in a systems ecology approach to examine how the structure and function of damaged ecosystems can be restored – with the goal of establishing a stable and self-sustaining ecosystem.
The emphasis throughout is on spatial ecology and evolution, especially on the interplay between environmental heterogeneity and biological processes. The book provides a coherent theme by interlinking the modelling approaches used for different subfields of spatial ecology: movement ecology, population ecology, community ecology, and genetics.
spatial patterns of landscapes, that is, a spatial morphology. Landscape ecology is a fairly 3 recent field to develop that materialised first in the s (McDonnell,p.
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Environmental DNA metabarcoding of wild flowers reveals diverse communities of terrestrial arthropods. Philip Francis Thomsen and Eva E. Sigsgaard. Gender differences in peer review outcomes and. Ecology and Evolution. Volume 9, Issue 3. ORIGINAL RESEARCH. the definition of endemism can have substantial consequences in the classification of large numbers of species using spatial data, which are likely context‐specific.
Integrating the observation data with the rarity framework identified potential improvements for the South. Ecology (from Greek: οἶκος, "house", or "environment"; -λογία, "study of") is a branch of biology concerning interactions among organisms and their biophysical environment, which includes both biotic and abiotic components.
Topics of interest include the biodiversity, distribution, biomass, and populations of organisms, as well as cooperation and competition within and between species. Quantitative Ecology and Evolutionary Biology Integrating models with data Otso Ovaskainen, Henrik Johan de Knegt, and Maria del Mar Delgado Oxford Series in Ecology and Evolution.
Provides an integration of empirical data and theory in spatial ecology/evolution through the use of mathematical models and statistical methods. Evolutionary Community Ecology develops a unified framework for understanding the structure of ecological communities and the dynamics of natural selection that shape the evolution of the species inhabiting them.
All species engage in interactions with many other species, and these interactions regulate their abundance, define their trajectories of natural selection, and shape their movement. Jonathan Silvertown is professor of ecology at the Open University, Milton Keynes.
He is the author or editor of Integrating Ecology and Evolution in a Spatial Context; Plant Life Histories: Ecological Correlates and Phylogenetic Constraints; More Than the Parts: Biology and Politics; Introduction to Plant Population Ecology; and An Orchard Invisibile, forthcoming from the University of.
Ecology and Evolution of Cancer is a timely work outlining ideas that not only represent a substantial and original contribution to the fields of evolution, ecology, and cancer, but also goes beyond by connecting the interfaces of these disciplines.
This work engages the expertise of a multidisciplinary research team to collate and review the. This novel, interdisciplinary text achieves an integration of empirical data and theory with the aid of mathematical models and statistical methods.
The emphasis throughout is on spatial ecology and evolution, especially on the interplay between environmental heterogeneity and biological processes.
The book provides a coherent theme by interlinking the modelling approaches used for different. The book will also be of relevance and use as a textbook for graduate-level courses in spatial ecology, ecological modelling, theoretical ecology, and statistical ecology.
Oxford Series in Ecology and Evolution: Quantitative Ecology and Evolutionary Biology: Integrating Models with Data (Paperback).Duplication events are regarded as sources of evolutionary novelty, but our understanding of general trends for the long-term trajectory of additional genomic material is still lacking.
Organisms with a history of whole genome duplication (WGD) offer a unique opportunity to study potential trends in the context of gene retention and/or loss, gene and network dosage, and changes in gene.
An eco-evolutionary feedback is “the cyclical interaction between ecology and evolution such that changes in ecological interactions drive evolutionary change in organismal traits that, in turn, alter the form of ecological interactions, and so forth” (Post and Palkovacs ).This description of the reciprocal causation between ecological and evolutionary change clarifies the ecological.