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www.frontiersinecology.org The Ecological Society of America Evolution and global
 

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www.frontiersinecology.org © The Ecological Society of America
Evolution and global
change
In their article Managing microevolu-
tion: restoration in the face of global
change, Rice and Emery (2003) pro-
vide an important reminder of the
potential for evolutionary responses
to global change, particularly that
species populations could adapt in
situ to climate change. They do an
excellent job of discussing the vari-
ous factors that will influence the
potential for microevolution in
response to global change, and of the
importance of considering evolu-
tionary issues in restoration efforts.
As they point out, "an evolutionary
perspective is rare in current discus-

  

Source: Asselin, Hugo - Chaire de recherche du Canada en foresterie autochtone, Département des sciences du développement humain et social, Université du Québec en Abitibi-Témiscamingue

 

Collections: Environmental Sciences and Ecology