Essays and Perspectives-Rewilding South American Landscapes Rewilding ecological communities and rewiring ecological networks

@inproceedings{Pires2017EssaysAP,
  title={Essays and Perspectives-Rewilding South American Landscapes Rewilding ecological communities and rewiring ecological networks},
  author={Mathias Mistretta Pires},
  year={2017}
}
Rewilding encompasses management actions such as reintroductions and translocations with the purpose of restoring ecological processes and ecosystem functions that were lost when species were locally extirpated. The success of a species introduction is conditioned by multiple factors, in particular, ecological interactions. To predict the fate of the introduced population and the community-level outcomes of the introduction, species interaction patterns need to be considered. Here I propose… CONTINUE READING

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