Why Do Marmots Act That Way?
Science News and New Scientist reported on research conducted by IoES & Ecology and Evolutionary Biology Dept. Professor Dan Blumstein.
Professor Blumstein's study documents the social interactions of yellow-bellied marmots to determine which behaviors are inherited.
To read the article in Wired by Susan Milius click here.
To read the article in New Scientist by Michael Marshall click here.
Published: Tuesday, November 30, 2010