Combining food web and species distribution models for improved community projections

  title={Combining food web and species distribution models for improved community projections},
  author={Lo{\"i}c Pellissier and Rudolf P. Rohr and Charlotte Ndiribe and Jean-Nicolas Pradervand and Nicolas Salamin and Antoine Guisan and Mary Susanne Wisz},
  booktitle={Ecology and evolution},
The ability to model biodiversity patterns is of prime importance in this era of severe environmental crisis. Species assemblage along environmental gradients is subject to the interplay of biotic interactions in complement to abiotic filtering and stochastic forces. Accounting for complex biotic interactions for a wide array of species remains so far challenging. Here, we propose using food web models that can infer the potential interaction links between species as a constraint in species… CONTINUE READING
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