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Evolutionary Applications
Evolutionary approaches to environmental, biomedical and socio-economic issues
Evolutionary Applications Evolutionary Applications joined the Wiley Open Access program in February 2012 – all articles are now freely available to read, download and share. The journal continues to publish high quality articles which utilize concepts from evolutionary biology to address applied biological questions across a broad range of disciplines. Below are a selection of top papers which have been recently published. I would like to invite you to read these papers and submit yours to the journal.
Open Can we understand modern humans without considering pathogens?
Frédéric Thomas, Simon P. Daoust and Michel Raymond

Open Scanning SNPs from a large set of expressed genes to assess the impact of artificial selection on the undomesticated genetic diversity of white spruce
Marie-Claire Namroud, Jean Bousquet, Trevor Doerksen and Jean Beaulieu

Open Assessing the role of non-cotton refuges in delaying Helicoverpa armigera resistance to Bt cotton in West Africa
Thierry Brévault, Samuel Nibouche, Joseph Achaleke and Yves Carrière

Open Modeling intraspecific adaptation of Abies sachalinensis to local altitude and responses to global warming, based on a 36-year reciprocal transplant experiment
Wataru Ishizuka and Susumu Goto

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Louis Bernatchez, Université Laval, Québec, Canada

Managing and Founding Editor
Michelle Tseng, University of British Columbia, Canada

  Associate Editors  
  Scott Carroll,
Institute for Contemporary Evolution, Davis, USA

Bernard J. Crespi,
Simon Fraser University, Canada

Arnaud Estoup,
Centre de Biologie pour la Gestion des Populations,
Montferrier-sur-Lez, France

Andrew Hendry,
McGill University, Montreal, Canada

Isabelle Olivieri,
Montpellier University, France

Ingrid Parker,
University of California Santa Cruz, USA
Craig Primmer,
University of Turku, Finland

Andrew Read,
Pennsylvania State University, USA

Outi Savolainen,
University of Oulu, Finland

Carla Sgrò,
Monash University, Australia

Pete Thrall,
CSIRO, Canberra, Australia
  Advisory Board  
  S. Aitken,
University of British Columbia, Canada

F. Allendorf,
University of Montana, USA

S. Barrett,
University of Toronto, Canada

T. Day,
Queens University, Canada

N. Ellstrand,
University of California, Riverside, USA

D. Fraser,
Concordia University, Canada

G. Gilchrist,
College of William and Mary / NSF, USA

J. Hellmann,
University of Notre Dame, USA

A. Hoffman,
University of Melbourne, Australia

J. Hutchings,
Dalhousie University, Canada

P. Jarne,
CEFE, Montpellier, France
N. Kane,
University of British Columbia, Canada

B. Koskella,
University of Exeter, UK

J. A. Merilä,
University of Helsinki, Finland

Y. Michalakis,
IRD, Montpellier, France

J. Myers,
University of British Columbia, Canada

L. Rieseberg,
University of British Columbia, Canada /
Indiana University, USA

T. Smith,
University of California, Los Angeles, USA

S. Strauss,
University of California, Davis, USA

F. Thomas,
CNRS/IRD Montpellier, France

J. Webster,
Imperial College London, UK
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