Carnival of Evolution #68 is out now. Check it out for all sorts of evolution-y goodness. We didn't have any guest posts last month (Zach and Patrik's post arrived after the deadline and will be a contender for next month's Carnival), so our entry for this Carnival is Andrew's recent post on climate change and evolution, which was about a new Special Issue in Evolutionary Applications.
Since the theme of this Carnival is different spatial scales, here's the old Powers of 10 video, which is still pretty cool even after all these years.
Wednesday, February 5, 2014
Carnival of Evolution #68
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