Editor’s Selections: From Trees to Seas (and a little smaller)

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By Jarrett Byrnes

smalljarrett2Jarrett Byrnes focuses on posts in ecology, environmental sciences, and evolution. He blogs at I’m a chordata, urochordata!

  • The relationship between yucca and their mutualistic moths is the stuff of textbooks. Discovering how it all started takes us on a journey into phylogenetics.
  • As a kid, I demanded that when my mom bought tuna, it was dolphin safe. However, this might have actually been a a bad thing for the oceans.
  • We often think of technological progress as raising the carrying capacity of the world. Simple models show, however, that this may not always be the case.

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