Toward an integration of evolutionary biology and ecosystem science.

  title={Toward an integration of evolutionary biology and ecosystem science.},
  author={Blake Matthews and Anita Narwani and Stephen J Hausch and Etsuko Nonaka and Hannes Peter and Masato Yamamichi and Karen E Sullam and Kali C Bird and Mridul K Thomas and Torrance C Hanley and Caroline B Turner},
  journal={Ecology letters},
  volume={14 7},
At present, the disciplines of evolutionary biology and ecosystem science are weakly integrated. As a result, we have a poor understanding of how the ecological and evolutionary processes that create, maintain, and change biological diversity affect the flux of energy and materials in global biogeochemical cycles. The goal of this article was to review several research fields at the interfaces between ecosystem science, community ecology and evolutionary biology, and suggest new ways to… CONTINUE READING
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