Data from: A pace and shape perspective on fertility

Annette Baudisch & Iain Stott
1. Aging is ubiquitous to all organisms, but aging does not always mean senescence. Counter to most evolutionary theories of aging, patterns of mortality and reproduction may remain unchanged or improve with age, as well as deteriorate. Describing this diversity presents a challenge to eco-evolutionary demography. The pace-shape framework of mortality tackled this challenge to qualify and quantify orthogonal components of aging patterns in mortality. Here we extend this framework to fertility. 2. Analogous to...
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