Kin in Space: Social Viscosity in a Spatially and Genetically Substructured Network
Population substructuring is a fundamental aspect of animal societies. A growing number of theoretical studies recognize that who-meets-whom is not random, but rather determined by spatial relationships or illustrated by social networks. Structural properties of large highly dynamic social systems a...
|Published in:||Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, Vol. 275, No. 1647 (2008), p. 2063-2069|
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