Evolutionary games, climate and the generation of diversity

@inproceedings{Friedman2017EvolutionaryGC,
  title={Evolutionary games, climate and the generation of diversity},
  author={Daniel Friedman and Jacopo Magnani and Dhanashree A Paranjpe and Barry R. Sinervo},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2017}
}
Environmental stochasticity and climate affect outcomes in evolutionary games, which can thereby affect biological diversity. Our maximum likelihood (ML) estimates of replicator dynamics for morph frequency data from control (25 years) and three experimentally perturbed populations (14 years) of side-blotched lizards yield a 3 × 3 payoff matrix in the generalized Rock-Paper-Scissors family; it has intransitive best replies, and each strategy is its own worst reply. ML estimates indicate… CONTINUE READING

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