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Move or adapt to changing climate? These chipmunks have had to do both

Climate change threatens to land many, many species in conditions for which they’re not adapted — too warm, too dry, too stormy, too flood-prone — and traditionally the ways that living things might respond to this are framed as a … Continue reading

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Approximate Bayesian computation without the wait

Approximate Bayesian computation (abc) is arguably one of the most exciting, and quickly developing, tools available to modern population geneticists . Requiring a combination of large scale simulations and the evaluation of summaries of simulated datasets and an observed dataset, … Continue reading

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