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Using scalar models for precautionary assessments of threatened species
(Blackwell Publishing, 2006-10)
Scalar population models, commonly referred to as count-based models, are based on time-series data of population sizes and may be useful for screening-level ecological risk assessments when data for more complex models ...
Biodiversity maintenance in food webs with regulatory environmental feedbacks
Although the food web is one of the most fundamental and oldest concepts in ecology, elucidating the strategies and structures by which natural communities of species persist remains a challenge to empirical and theoretical ...
Above and below ground impacts of terrestrial mammals and birds in a tropical forest
(Blackwell Publishing, 2008)
Understanding the impact of losing trophic diversity has global significance for managing ecosystems as well as important theoretical implications for community and ecosystem ecology. In several tropical forest ecosystems, ...