Investigating Science Communicating in the Information Age: Implications for public engagement and popular media. R. Holliman, E. Whitelegg, E. Scanlon, S. Smidt, and J. Thomas, editors

C. C. Minchew Deaton
2010 Integrative and Comparative Biology  
this is a difEcult challenge to overcome given a plethora of writing styles among a few dozen authors. There are a few typographical errors and grammatical mistakes requiring a sentence's re-read but these are hardly serious drawbacks. Behavioral ecology is a young scientiEc discipline that is still experiencing growing pains. Evolutionary Behavioral Ecology will certainly ease those pains by providing "conceptual clarity and empirical excitement" for its practitioners. Time will tell whether
more » ... estneat and Fox" will be a new generation's "Krebs and Davies;" for now; however, there is no denying that this volume will set behavioral ecology's research path for the near future.
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