Carnival of Evolution #52 is up! Our contribution this time around comes from Andrew Hendry, musing about the ecosystem services perspective and its implications: Ecosystem disservices and assisted elimination.
Posts in the Carnival are, as usual, about every topic under the evolutionary sun; however, the theme of this edition of the Carnival is phylogenetic networks:
Thursday, October 4, 2012
Carnival of Evolution #52
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Histories of Stickleback Research - Tom Reimchen
Retrospection - by Prof. Tom Reimchen (University of Victoria, BC, Canada) I was a second year undergraduate student at the University of A...
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