Virtual Issue: Evolution 2013

Evolution 2013 coverTimed for Evolution 2013, we have just put up a Virtual Issue highlighting some of the papers with an evolutionary theme published in the last year.

The link between ecology and evolution is important to MEE: the research papers we have highlighted include excellent examples of these such as modelling dispersal and testing for niche conservatism. Barcoding methods are included, which increasingly are used in an ecological context; the Applications and research papers include a high proportion of papers that describe methods for comparative analyses, which underpin both ecological and evolutionary studies. This selection therefore showcases the excellent range of research that we have published spanning both ecology and evolution.

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