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Maladaptive Shifts in Life History in a Changing Environment
Many species facing climate change have complex life cycles, with individuals in different stages differing in their sensitivity to a changing climate and their contribution to population growth. We use a quantitative genetics model to predict the dynamics of adaptation in a stage-structured population confronted with a steadily changing environment. Our model assumes that different optimal phenotypic values maximize different fitness components, consistent with many empirical observations. Indoi:10.1086/702716 pmid:31490719 fatcat:5p2ahija5zbhpdoafwklle2diu