Resources from another place and time: responses to pulses in a spatially subsidized system.

@article{Anderson2008ResourcesFA,
  title={Resources from another place and time: responses to pulses in a spatially subsidized system.},
  author={Wendy B. Anderson and D. Alexander Wait and Paul Stapp},
  journal={Ecology},
  year={2008},
  volume={89 3},
  pages={660-70}
}
As the theoretical bases for the dynamics of spatially subsidized communities emerge, ecologists question whether spatially subsidized communities exhibit similar structure or dynamics to communities that receive strongly pulsed resources. In both cases, communities may be structured by responses to resources that are potentially absent at any given point in time (pulsed communities) or space (subsidized communities), even if pulsed resources are part of the in situ productivity of the system… CONTINUE READING
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