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Spatial Selection and Local Adaptation Jointly Shape Life-History Evolution during Range Expansion
In the context of climate change and species invasions, range shifts increasingly gain attention because the rates at which they occur in the Anthropocene induce rapid changes in biological assemblages. During range shifts, species experience multiple selection pressures. For poleward expansions in particular, it is difficult to interpret observed evolutionary dynamics because of the joint action of evolutionary processes related to spatial selection and to adaptation toward local climaticdoi:10.1086/688666 pmid:27788346 fatcat:vhy6roqupnfljgnmxj5msovk7i