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Adaptive Dynamics in Context

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1st
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9780521642934

ISBN10:
0521642930
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Pub. Date:
1/1/2015
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CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS
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Summary

Adaptive dynamics is a fast growing and increasingly important area of theoretical ecology. As it is a relatively young field, publications in the area have been scattered through the literature, and many of its more important findings and applications have not been brought to the attention of a wider readership. This volume provides a state of the art survey of the field by the world's leading reseachers, pulling together material published in a variety of fields to provide a launching pad for future research.

Table of Contents

Tutorials in Adaptive Dynamics
Scales and limits in adaptive dynamics Ulf Dieckmann, and Hans Metz
Fitness Hans Metz, and RTgis Ferriere
An introduction to pairwise invasibility plots and evolutionary branching Stefan Geritz
When does evolution optimise? Hans Metz, and Sido Mylius
Unfolding the degeneracy of evolutionary game theory Ulf Dieckmann, and Hans Metz
Adaptive Dynamics and Genetics
Long-term evolution Ilan Eshel
Adaptive dynamics with diploid inheritance Tom van Dooren
Adaptive dynamics in allele space Stefan Geritz, and +va Kisdi
Evolutionary branching with genetics Michael D÷beli, and Ulf Dieckmann
Adaptive Dynamics and Evolutionary Ecology
Interactions between ecological and evolutionary dynamics Joel Brown, and Thomas Vincent
The rules of adaptive change and the population dynamics of consumer-resource systems Peter Abrams
Adaptive dynamics of dispersal behaviour in vertebrate metapopulations John Nagy
Evolution of germination rates Andrea Mathias, and +va Kisdi
Evolution of mixed maturation strategies in semelparous life histories Mikko Heino
Adjustable reproductive strategies under predation Mats Gyllenberg, Torsten Lindstrom, and Ilkka Hanski
Evolution of virulence Andrea Pugliese
Frontiers in Adaptive Dynamics
Why diffusion approximations of mutation-selection systems can be so dangerous Ulf Dieckmann
Towards a bifurcation theory of ESSes Stefan Geritz, and Hans Metz
Multi-dimensional adaptive dynamics and constraints Olof Leimar
The role of effective environmental dimensionality GTza MeszTna, and Hans Metz
Adaptive dynamics in spatial systems RTgis Ferriere, and Ulf Dieckmann
Protected polymorphisms and invasion graphs in adaptive dynamics Frans Jacobs, and Tom van Dooren
Adaptive dynamics and heteroclinic loops Josef Hofbauer
Mutant invasions: when the resident strikes back Odo Diekmann, Sido Mylius, and Michael D÷beli
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