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- Rauch, Kristin Liv, et al. Show all 3 Authors
- Trends in ecology & evolution 2014 v.29 no.4 pp. 214-222
- adults; human population; humans; males; men; models; sex ratio; sexual selection; violence
- ... There is a strong intuitive expectation in both popular lore and conventional evolutionary thinking that more males lead to more violence. Here, we untangle the logic behind this widely held notion with a specific focus on humans. We first review the relation between the intensity of sexual selection in human populations and the adult sex ratio (ASR), and find that it is more in line with recent r ...
- Branson, Kristin, et al. Show all 11 Authors
- Trends in ecology & evolution 2014 v.29 no.7 pp. 417-428
- ecosystems; environmental assessment; image analysis; life history; quantitative analysis; telemetry
- ... The behavior of individuals determines the strength and outcome of ecological interactions, which drive population, community, and ecosystem organization. Bio-logging, such as telemetry and animal-borne imaging, provides essential individual viewpoints, tracks, and life histories, but requires capture of individuals and is often impractical to scale. Recent developments in automated image-based tr ...