Are meta‐ecosystems organized hierarchically? A model and test in rocky intertidal habitats

@inproceedings{Bruce2015AreMO,
  title={Are meta‐ecosystems organized hierarchically? A model and test in rocky intertidal habitats},
  author={Elizabeth J. Bruce and A.. and Bruce A. Menge and Tarik and C... and Tarik C. Gouhier and Bunning Sally and ph. d. and Charles J. Hacker and Francis Chan and Karina and J.. and Niels{\'e}n},
  year={2015}
}
Ecosystems are shaped by processes occurring and interacting over multiple temporal and spatial scales. Theory suggests such complexity can be simplified by focusing on processes sharing the same scale as the pattern of interest. This scale-dependent approach to studying communities has been challenged by multiscale meta-ecosystem theory, which recognizes that systems are interconnected by the movement of ‘‘ecological subsidies’’ and suggests that cross-scale feedbacks between local and… CONTINUE READING

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