Evolutionary tradeoff and equilibrium in an aquatic predator-prey system.

@article{Jones2004EvolutionaryTA,
  title={Evolutionary tradeoff and equilibrium in an aquatic predator-prey system.},
  author={Laura E. Jones and Stephen P. Ellner},
  journal={Bulletin of mathematical biology},
  year={2004},
  volume={66 6},
  pages={1547-73}
}
Due to the conventional distinction between ecological (rapid) and evolutionary (slow) timescales, ecological and population models have typically ignored the effects of evolution. Yet the potential for rapid evolutionary change has been recently established and may be critical to understanding how populations persist in changing environments. In this paper we examine the relationship between ecological and evolutionary dynamics, focusing on a well-studied experimental aquatic predator-prey… CONTINUE READING
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