uantifying ecological thresholds from response surfaces

  • eather E. Lintza, Bruce McCunea, Andrew N. Grayb, Katherine A. McCullohc
  • Published 2010


Ecological thresholds are abrupt changes of ecological state. While an ecological threshold is a widely accepted concept, most empirical methods detect them in time or across geographic space. Although useful, these approaches do not quantify the direct drivers of threshold response. Causal understanding of thresholds detected empirically requires their… (More)

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