Adam Zabzdyr Reynolds

Adam Zabzdyr Reynolds
University of New Mexico | UNM · Department of Anthropology

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Adoption is sometimes considered paradoxical from an evolutionary perspective because the costs spent supporting an adopted child would be better spent on rearing one’s own. Kin selection theory is commonly used to solve this paradox, because the adoption of closely related kin contributes to the inclusive fitness of the adoptive parent. In this pa...
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Cultural evolutionary theory and human behavioural ecology offer different, but compatible approaches to understanding human demographic behaviour. For much of their 30 history, these approaches have been deployed in parallel, with few explicit attempts to integrate them empirically. In this paper, we test hypotheses drawn from both approaches to e...
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In this paper is a comparison of the two planned networks that appear in watershed planning documents for the Lake Champlain basin in 2010. One plan (2010 TMDL) was developed by a regulatory network initiated by the United States Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) and state legislature. The second plan (2010 OFA) was developed by a watershed p...
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In this paper a comparison of the two planned networks that appear in watershed planning documents for the Lake Champlain basin in 2010 One plan (2010 TMDL) was developed by a regulatory network initiated by the United States Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) and state legislature. The second plan (2010 OFA) was developed by a watershed partn...

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