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University research is essential to discovery. Discovery is what helps us better understand our world.
Anytime evolution is part of research, it’s bound to get attention.
University of Nebraska-Lincoln stream ecologist Steven Thomas is working collaboratively on a project that “is providing empirical data on how a species and its environment change in tandem.” Popular notions that evolution operates too slowly to produce ecological consequences over observable time scales, such as less than 10 years, are not always correct, he said.
Congrats on your groundbreaking work, Dr. Thomas. Go Big Red.