Evolutionary branching in complex landscapes.


Divergent adaptation to different environments can promote speciation, and it is thus important to consider spatial structure in models of speciation. Earlier theoretical work, however, has been limited to particularly simple types of spatial structure (linear environmental gradients and spatially discrete metapopulations), leaving unaddressed the effects… (More)
DOI: 10.1086/671907


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@article{Haller2013EvolutionaryBI, title={Evolutionary branching in complex landscapes.}, author={Benjamin C Haller and Rupert Mazzucco and Ulf Dieckmann}, journal={The American naturalist}, year={2013}, volume={182 4}, pages={E127-41} }