Adaptation in general temporally changing environments

  title={Adaptation in general temporally changing environments},
  author={L. Roques and Florian Patout and O. Bonnefon and Guillaume Martin},
  journal={arXiv: Analysis of PDEs},
  • L. Roques, Florian Patout, +1 author Guillaume Martin
  • Published 2020
  • Mathematics
  • arXiv: Analysis of PDEs
  • We analyze a nonlocal PDE model describing the dynamics of adaptation of a phenotypically structured population, under the effects of mutation and selection, in a changing environment. Previous studies have analyzed the large-time behavior of such models, with particular forms of environmental changes, either linearly changing or periodically fluctuating. We use here a completely different mathematical approach, which allows us to consider very general forms of environmental variations and to… CONTINUE READING
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