Data from: Environmental coupling of heritability and selection is rare and of minor evolutionary significance in wild populations

Jip J.C. Ramakers, Antica Culina, Marcel E. Visser & Phillip Gienapp
Predicting the rate of adaptation to environmental change in wild populations is important for understanding evolutionary change. However, predictions may be unreliable if the two key variables affecting the rate of evolutionary change, heritability and selection, are both affected by the same environmental variable. To determine how general such an environmentally induced coupling of heritability and selection is, and how this may influence the rate of adaptation, we made use of freely accessible, open data...
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