Are there direct and cascading effects of changes in grazer and predator species richness in a model system with heterogeneously distributed resources?

@article{Ericson2009AreTD,
  title={Are there direct and cascading effects of changes in grazer and predator species richness in a model system with heterogeneously distributed resources?},
  author={Jonas Ericson and Fredrik Ljunghager and Lars Gamfeldt},
  journal={Marine Biodiversity},
  year={2009},
  volume={39},
  pages={71-81}
}
The consequences of biodiversity loss on ecosystem processes and services have attracted substantial scientific effort over the last two decades. Most experiments have been small-scale and aimed to minimise environmental heterogeneity. Environmental heterogeneity is, however, known to be important in mediating species coexistence in both space and time. In… CONTINUE READING