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F1000Research, ISSN 2046-1402, 2016, Volume 5, p. 2835
Some populations will cope with human-induced environmental change, and others will undergo extirpation; understanding the mechanisms that underlie these... 
Spatial & Landscape Ecology | Physiological Ecology | Global Change Ecology | Evolutionary Ecology | Environmental change | Human-induced | evolution | Plasticity
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Continental Shelf Research, ISSN 0278-4343, 12/2015, Volume 111, pp. 139 - 149
Globally, deltas are increasingly threatened by anthropogenic activities. As a result, deltas now evolve through the combined effects of natural and... 
Human-induced change | Clinoform abandonment | Shoreline progradation | Brazos River | Texas coast | Delta evolution | SYSTEM | LOUISIANA | AMAZON SHELF SEDIMENTATION | SEA | GULF-OF-MEXICO | WAVE | OCEANOGRAPHY | TEXAS | PROGRADATION | MORPHOLOGY | CLIMATE | Geomorphology | Rivers | Sonar systems | Investigations | Human | Deltas | Alterations | Mouth | Watersheds | Evolution | Deposition
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土壤圈:英文版, ISSN 1002-0160, 2009, Volume 19, Issue 1, pp. 1 - 13
While research on pedogenesis mainly focuses on long-term soil formation and most often neglects recent soil evolution in response to human practices or... 
土壤形成 | 土壤进化 | 表面排水 | 成土作用 | subsurface drainage | soil processes | pedogenesis | cultivation | human-induced soil evolution | PARTICULATE PHOSPHORUS TRANSPORT | SILT LOAM SOIL | FIELD DRAINS | SOIL SCIENCE | SUSPENDED SEDIMENT | PREFERENTIAL FLOW | TILE-DRAINS | LOWLAND AGRICULTURAL CATCHMENTS | WATER-QUALITY | CLAY SOIL
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Evolutionary Applications, ISSN 1752-4571, 10/2017, Volume 10, Issue 9, pp. 890 - 896
Organisms are expected to respond to alterations in their survival by evolutionary changes in their life history traits. As agriculture and aquaculture have... 
Lepeophtheirus salmonis | life history trade‐offs | human‐induced evolution | Salmo salar | intensive aquaculture | human-induced evolution | life history trade-offs | VIRULENCE EVOLUTION | WILD | ATLANTIC | LEPEOPHTHEIRUS-SALMONIS | EVOLUTIONARY BIOLOGY | RESISTANCE | FISH | LICE | PATHOGENS | Life history | Farms | Virulence | Evolution | Fish | Pests | Parasites | Fecundity | Survival | Eggs | Aquaculture | Farming
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