Global change effects on the stability of food-web motifs

@inproceedings{Schwarzmller2015GlobalCE,
  title={Global change effects on the stability of food-web motifs},
  author={Florian Schwarzm{\"u}ller},
  year={2015}
}
Global change affects ecosystems worldwide and has already caused a massive decline in the world's biodiversity. As the processes behind environmental change continue at ever-accelerating rates, this leads to a severe threat of ecosystem functioning, ecosystem services, and, in the end, human well-being. The most prominent drivers of global biodiversity loss are climate change, increasing nitrogen deposition, land-use change and biotic exchange. Their correlation with species extinctions… CONTINUE READING

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