Movement variability in intertidal snails: an evolutionary adaptation to environmental complexity

Abstract : The spontaneous movement of animals across a range of spatial and temporal scales can contribute to the survival of a species. Migration of individuals maintains gene fluxes between populations and protects from the risk of extinction. In the current changing global climate, the ability to migrate enables a species to keep pace with rapid environmental changes by moving towards a more hospitable habitat
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Global Marine Environment, 2010, 12, pp.34. 〈10.1017/S002531541000007X〉
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C. Chapperon, Laurent Seuront. Movement variability in intertidal snails: an evolutionary adaptation to environmental complexity. Global Marine Environment, 2010, 12, pp.34. 〈10.1017/S002531541000007X〉. 〈hal-00762424〉

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