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Scaling populations and communities

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EBDW01 - Current status and key questions in Landscape Decision making

Spatial population and community patterns are bedevilled by issues of spatial (and temporal) scaling.  While it is sometimes convenient to consider local (alpha) and landscape (gamma) scales of abundance or diversity separately, we need to develop approaches that can consider ranges of scales as a continuum.  This talk will focus on the scaling properties of population and community patterns, and on tools to translate information across scales. These may lead to new approaches to measuring, modelling and managing spatial ecological systems.

This talk is part of the Isaac Newton Institute Seminar Series series.

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