Quantifying evolutionary impacts of humans on the biosphere is harder than it seems

Are human disturbances to the environment driving evolutionary changes in animals and plants? A new study conducted by McGill researchers finds that, on average, human disturbances don't appear to accelerate the process of natural selection. While the finding may seem reassuring, this unexpected pattern could reflect the limited number of species for which data were available.

Quantifying evolutionary impacts of humans on the biosphere is harder than it seems

Are human disturbances to the environment driving evolutionary changes in animals and plants? A new study conducted by McGill researchers finds that, on average, human disturbances don't appear ...

Fri 12 Oct 18 from Phys.org

Quantifying evolutionary impacts of humans on the biosphere is harder than it seems, Sat 13 Oct 18 from Astrobiology Magazine

Quantifying evolutionary impacts of humans on the biosphere is harder than it seems, Fri 12 Oct 18 from ScienceDaily

Quantifying evolutionary impacts of humans on the biosphere is harder than it seems, Fri 12 Oct 18 from Eurekalert

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