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TOM E. X. MILLER, AMY L. ANGERT, CARISSA D. BROWN, JULIE A. LEE-YAW, MARK LEWIS, FRITHJOF LUTSCHER, NATHAN G. MARCULIS, BRETT A. MELBOURNE, ALLISON K. SHAW, MARIANNA SZ}UCS, OLIVIA TABARES, TAKUJI USUI, CHRISTOPHERWEISS-LEHMAN, JENNIFER L. WILLIAMS
Understanding the movement of species’ ranges is a classic ecological problem that takes on urgency in this era of global change. Historically treated as a purely ecological process, range expansion is now understood to involve eco-evolutionary feedbacks due to spatial genetic structure that...
Range expansion and range shifts are crucial population responses to climate change. Genetic consequences are not well understood but are clearly coupled to ecological dynamics that, in turn, are driven by shifting climate conditions. We model a population with a deterministic reaction– diffusion...
The method of inside dynamics provides a theory that can track the dynamics of neutral gene fractions in spreading populations. However, the role of mutations has so far been absent in the study of the gene flow of neutral fractions via inside dynamics. Using integrodifference equations, we...
Dispersal by flight is a complex life history phase in many insects that is essential to gene flow and range expansion. Many elements contribute to realized dispersal, including biotic and abiotic environmental conditions, as well as intrinsic factors such as morphology, physiology and behavior....