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The role of a dominant predator in shaping biodiversity over space and time in a marine ecosystem
Ellingsen, K.E.; Anderson, M.J.; Shackell, N.L.; Tveraa, T.; Yoccoz, N.G.; Frank, K.T. (2015). The role of a dominant predator in shaping biodiversity over space and time in a marine ecosystem. J. Anim. Ecol. 84(5): 1242-1252. hdl.handle.net/10.1111/1365-2656.12396
In: Journal of Animal Ecology. Blackwell Science/British Ecological Society: Oxford. ISSN 0021-8790, more
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Keyword
    Marine
Author keywords
    beta diversity;causal model;collapse of cod;human impact;marine fish;path analysis;relative abundance;species composition;top predator;trophic cascade

Authors  Top 
  • Ellingsen, K.E.
  • Anderson, M.J.
  • Shackell, N.L.
  • Tveraa, T.
  • Yoccoz, N.G.
  • Frank, K.T.

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