Ecological Thresholds and Regime Shifts : from theory to operation

  title={Ecological Thresholds and Regime Shifts : from theory to operation},
  author={Tom Einar Andersen},
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 There is an apparent gap between the prominence of present theoretical frameworks involving ecological thresholds and regime shifts, and the paucity of efforts to conduct simple tests and quantitative inferences on the actual appearance of such phenomena in ecological data. There is a wide range of statistical methods and analytical techniques now available that render these questions tractable, some of them even dating half a century back. Yet, their application has been… CONTINUE READING

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