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Food Webs, and how they got that way

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Ecological networks, or descriptions of who interacts with whom, underpin much of what we understand in the natural world. Drawing on a long career studying the structure and dynamics of these networks, Dr. Pimm will talk about what we know, what we don`t know, and the implications of both for understanding our environment.

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