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Evolutionary ecologyin silico: Does mathematical modelling help in understanding 'generic' trends?
Journal of Biosciences
Motivated by the results of recent laboratory experiments, as well as many earlier field observations, that evolutionary changes can take place in ecosystems over relatively short ecological time scales, several 'unified' mathematical models of evolutionary ecology have been developed over the last few years with the aim of describing the statistical properties of data related to the evolution of ecosystems. Moreover, because of the availability of sufficiently fast computers, it has becomedoi:10.1007/bf02703709 pmid:15886463 fatcat:lp6gtuoqcbb47map6o552yanu4