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iodiversity is autocatalytic oberto

@inproceedings{Gatti2017iodiversityIA,
  title={iodiversity is autocatalytic oberto},
  author={C. Gatti and Wim Hordijkb and S. Kauffmanc},
  year={2017}
}
  • C. Gatti, Wim Hordijkb, S. Kauffmanc
  • Published 2017
  • A central question about biodiversity is how so many species can coexist within the same ecosystem. The idea that ecological niches are critical for the maintenance of species diversity has received increasing support recently. However, a niche is often considered as something static, preconditioned, and unchanging. With the “Biodiversity-related Niches Differentiation Theory” (BNDT), we recently proposed that species themselves are the architects of biodiversity, by proportionally increasing… CONTINUE READING

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