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- Wright, D. L., et al. Show all 3 Authors
- River research and applications 2017 v.33 no.8 pp. 1345-1353
- drought; ecosystems; irrigated farming; irrigation; irrigation water; models; public policy; river water; rivers; stakeholders; water conservation; watersheds; Southeastern United States
- ... Stakeholders in river systems often target larger upstream water consumers as an intuitive solution for increasing flows for downstream ecological needs. Within regulated river systems, simplistic panaceas may have unexpected and unintended results at a watershed level. The Apalachicola–Chattahoochee–Flint River Basin is a large watershed in the south‐eastern United States whose management has bee ...
- Wright, D. S., et al. Show all 6 Authors
- Journal of evolutionary biology 2017 v.30 no.2 pp. 289-299
- Cichlidae; color; color vision; females; habitats; hybrids; islands; males; mating behavior; plasticity; prediction; rearing; reproductive isolation; sensory properties; Lake Victoria
- ... Local adaptation can be a potent force in speciation, with environmental heterogeneity leading to niche specialization and population divergence. However, local adaption often requires nonrandom mating to generate reproductive isolation. Population divergence in sensory properties can be particularly consequential in speciation, affecting both ecological adaptation and sexual communication. Pundam ...