Trophic Structure of Raptor Communities: A Three-Continent Comparison and Synthesis

@inproceedings{Marti1993TrophicSO,
  title={Trophic Structure of Raptor Communities: A Three-Continent Comparison and Synthesis},
  author={C. D. Marti and E. Korpim{\"a}ki and Fabian M Jaksic},
  year={1993}
}
Community ecology is a key to understanding function in nature, but a unified agreement about how communities are ordered has been elusive. Indeed, convictions about their organization range widely between the view that communities are random assemblages of organisms (Gleason, 1939; Beals, 1960) to the opinion that they are highly organized units arising out of species interactions (MacArthur, 1958). Others believe that autecological processes also play a large role in community structure… Expand
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