Insect life history strategies in a changing world: the importance of integrating vital rates when evaluating life history trade-offs

Kerr, Natalie.


  • Living organisms are constantly making decisions about how to optimize under variable and often unpredictable environments. As ecologists, we are often interested in how these behaviors or traits of individuals scale up to have consequences at the population-level. Here, I demonstrate the importance of integrating demographic components throughout the life cycle to understand a seemingly ... read more
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