Granivory in Southern South American Deserts : Conceptual

@inproceedings{Casenave2000GranivoryIS,
  title={Granivory in Southern South American Deserts : Conceptual},
  author={Javier L{\'o}pez de Casenave},
  year={2000}
}
E cologists have abandoned attempts to develop a simple, unifying theory to account for community GRANIVORY MAY HAVE A SIGNIFICANT patterns (Lawton 1999). Instead, to explain such patterns, they rely on local ecological processes as well as on more contingent historical processes acting at large temporal and spatial scales (e.g., unique historical events controlling speciation and biogeographic interchanges). This mixed approach should lead to a more realistic idea of the real world, but it… CONTINUE READING
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