Benchmarking Successional Progress in a Quantitative Food Web

@inproceedings{Boit2014BenchmarkingSP,
  title={Benchmarking Successional Progress in a Quantitative Food Web},
  author={Alice Boit and Ursula Gaedke},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2014}
}
Central to ecology and ecosystem management, succession theory aims to mechanistically explain and predict the assembly and development of ecological communities. Yet processes at lower hierarchical levels, e.g. at the species and functional group level, are rarely mechanistically linked to the under-investigated system-level processes which drive changes in ecosystem properties and functioning and are comparable across ecosystems. As a model system for secondary succession, seasonal plankton… CONTINUE READING
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