Leith Forbes

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The theory of parent-offspring conflict (POC) provides a plausible evolutionary foundation for the dissonant behavioral interactions commonly observed between adults and their progeny. It has been modelled extensively, but its predictions for phenotypes are murky and have been subjected to scant empirical testing. The least ambiguous cases are likely to(More)
3.1 INTRODUCTION Water distribution networks serve many purposes in addition to the provision of water for human consumption, which often accounts for less than 2% of the total volume supplied. Piped water is used for washing, sanitation, irrigation and fire fighting. Networks are designed to meet peak demands; in parts of the network this creates low-flow(More)
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