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Ecological networks and global change

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Worldwide, ecosystems are affected by global change in the form of habitat loss, climatic warming, or species invasions. These effects are usually observed at the species/population level, with little studies focusing on effects at the community or ecosystem level. I will discuss how we can use ecological networks to observe, understand, and predict the consequences of global change at these high-order organization levels. First I will provide a general framework to explore the consequences of species loss within these networks. Second, I will present more specific examples of how to use food web and metabolic theory to observe and predict changes in complex ecosystems.

This talk is part of the British Antarctic Survey series.

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