For Pacific Standard, science journalist Nathan Collins uses the story of Frankenstein to describe the concept of “competitive exclusion” coming out of ecology. “We conclude by suggesting that the central horror and genius of Mary Shelley’s novel lie in its early mastery of foundational concepts in ecology and evolution,” the ecologists write.
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