Edited By: Steven H Rogstad and Stephan Pelikan
357 pages, 125 b/w illustrations, tables
The new research described in this book demonstrates that the interplay of a host of founding conditions can frequently produce profound differences in population expansion rates and maintenance of genetic diversity in contrasting populations that differ, often only to slight degrees, in initial founding conditions.
The book also serves as a user's manual for the computer program NEWGARDEN (provided) which is designed to enable investigations, using computer generated populations, of population growth and genetic variation resulting from user-specified differences in initial founding conditions.
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