By: Alasdair I Houston and John M McNamara
378 pages, 45 figs, tabs
Sets out a framework for adaptive explanations of behaviour, and applies this to give analyses of a range of biological issues such as energetic gain, energy-predation trade-offs, dynamic games, state-dependent life histories, annual routines and fluctuating environments.
'I think this book will define a benchmark in behavioural ecology ! This book deserves to be read (and reread) by a wide audience of scientists.' Animal Behaviour
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