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Academic & Professional Books  Ecology  Evolutionary Ecology

Ecological Aspects of Social Evolution Birds and Mammals

By: Daniel I Rubenstein(Editor), Richard W Wrangham(Editor)
551 pages, 88 illustrations
Ecological Aspects of Social Evolution
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  • Ecological Aspects of Social Evolution ISBN: 9780691610160 Paperback Jul 2014 Usually dispatched within 4 days
    £76.99
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  • Ecological Aspects of Social Evolution ISBN: 9780691638324 Hardback May 2016 Usually dispatched within 4 days
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  • Ecological Aspects of Social Evolution ISBN: 9780691084404 Paperback Dec 1987 Out of Print #3090
  • Ecological Aspects of Social Evolution ISBN: 9780691084398 Hardback Dec 1986 Out of Print #2592
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A reprint of a classical work in the Princeton Legacy Library. Originally published in 1987.

Seeking common principles of social evolution in different taxonomic groups, the contributors to Ecological Aspects of Social Evolution discuss eighteen groups of birds and mammals for which long-term field studies have been carried out. They examine how social organization is shaped by the interaction between proximate ecological pressures and culture – the social traditions already in place and shaped by local and phylogenetic history.

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By: Daniel I Rubenstein(Editor), Richard W Wrangham(Editor)
551 pages, 88 illustrations
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