Data from: Exploring possible human influences on the evolution of Darwin's finches

Luis Fernando De León, Joost A.M. Raeymaekers, Eldredge Bermingham, Jeffrey Podos, Anthony Herrel & Andrew P. Hendry
Humans are an increasingly common influence on the evolution of natural populations. Potential arenas of influence include altered evolutionary trajectories within populations and modifications of the process of divergence among populations. We consider this second arena in the medium ground finch (Geospiza fortis) on Santa Cruz Island, Galápagos, Ecuador. Our study compared the G. fortis population at a relatively undisturbed site, El Garrapatero, to the population at a severely disturbed site, Academy Bay, which is...
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