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The role of dispersal in life history and population dynamics: an experimental and theoretical approach

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Understanding the evolution and maintenance of phenotypic and genetic variation within populations is a key challenge in population biology. Discrete phenotypic variation such as alternative reproductive strategies and dispersal strategies are extreme forms of this. To understand phenotypic variations, such as male dimorphisms and dispersal expression, requires investigating the costs and benefits of these different phenotypes. In this thesis I do so. First, at the individual level, I determi...

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University of Oxford
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