The body size dependence of trophic cascades.

@article{DeLong2015TheBS,
  title={The body size dependence of trophic cascades.},
  author={John P DeLong and Benjamin Gilbert and Jonathan B Shurin and Van M. Savage and Brandon T Barton and Christopher F. Clements and Anthony I. Dell and Hamish S. Greig and Christopher D G Harley and Pavel Kratina and Kevin Shear McCann and Tyler D Tunney and David A. Vasseur and Mary I O'Connor},
  journal={The American naturalist},
  year={2015},
  volume={185 3},
  pages={354-66}
}
Trophic cascades are indirect positive effects of predators on resources via control of intermediate consumers. Larger-bodied predators appear to induce stronger trophic cascades (a greater rebound of resource density toward carrying capacity), but how this happens is unknown because we lack a clear depiction of how the strength of trophic cascades is determined. Using consumer resource models, we first show that the strength of a trophic cascade has an upper limit set by the interaction… CONTINUE READING
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