Cornelia Harris

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Organic matter that is washed onto shore, or “wrack,” is an important component of shoreline ecosystems, providing habitat for macroinvertebrates and organic matter and nutrients to both the upland terrestrial communities and aquatic ecosystems. While marine wrack has been studied extensively, wrack along freshwater shorelines has received less attention.(More)
In the preface to his new book Laws, Theories and Patterns in Ecology, Walter Dodds tells us that his own search for general principles in ecology started over " a pitcher or two " with a colleague and that he hoped the book would provide a " fruitful topic for discussion among ecologists ". It was precisely in that spirit that a group of ecologists at the(More)
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