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Stability criteria for multi-species ecological communities

W. M Post

Stability criteria for multi-species ecological communities

by W. M Post

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Published by Dept. of Energy, [Office of Energy Technology], Oak Ridge National Laboratory, for sale by the National Technical Information Service] in Oak Ridge, Tenn, [Springfield, Va .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Ecology -- Mathematical models

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    Statementby W. M. Post, H. H. Shugart, D. L. DeAngelis
    SeriesORNL/TM ; 6475, Environmental Sciences Division publication ; no. 1226, Environmental Sciences Division publication -- no. 1226
    ContributionsShugart, H. H., joint author, DeAngelis, D. L. 1944- joint author, Oak Ridge National Laboratory. Environmental Sciences Division, National Science Foundation (U.S.)
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiii, 116 p. :
    Number of Pages116
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14881626M

    Limited evidence suggests that portions of some communities may indeed be saturated with species, at least within habitats. R. H. MacArthur and his colleagues demonstrated that bird species diversity is strongly correlated with foliage height diversity (Figure ) in a remarkably similar way on three continents: North America, South America, and Australia. destruction of ecological communities (cf. Masco on the “mutant ecologies” created by nuclear testing). With this in mind, Deborah Bird Rose has recently called for “writing in the anthropocene,” petitioning for renewed attention to “situated connectivities that bind us into multi-species communities File Size: KB.

    The gradual, sequential series of changes in the species composition of an ecological community following a disturbance. See also cyclical succession, directional selection, heterotrophic succession. what are examples from a biological community. Biodiversity, Stability, and Productivity in Competitive Communities Clarence L. Lehman* and David Tilman† Department of Ecology, Evolution, and Behavior, University of Minnesota, St. Paul, Minnesota Submitted February 8, ; Accepted J abstract: Three markedly different models of multispecies com-.

    Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library. Analysis of Ecological Communities Reviews. Forest Science Vol Issue 6, December , Pages – or by some other ecological criteria such as soil type. Although there are a number of books that address the topic of multivariate analysis of ecological communities, this book is unique in that it successfully combines an.


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Stability criteria for multi-species ecological communities by W. M Post Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. Stability criteria for multi-species ecological communities. [W M Post; H H Shugart; D L DeAngelis; Oak Ridge National Laboratory. Environmental Sciences Division.; National Science Foundation (U.S.)].

His analysis of stability criteria for such networks seems to contradict the traditional ecological hypothesis that ecosystem diversity contributes to functional stability 4– by:   Analysis of stability criteria for different types of complex ecological network shows key differences between predator–prey interactions, which are stabilizing, and competitive and mutualistic Cited by:   Methodology: The concept of ecological networks and their characteristics are first introduced, followed by central and occasionally contrasting definitions of complexity and stability.

The literature on the relationship between complexity and stability in different types of models and few real ecosystems is then reviewed, highlighting the Cited by: 4. The structure of the ecological network can be described by the S \(\times\) S matrix A = [a ij], where each element a ij describes the link between species i and species j, i.e., the effect that species j has on species the most particular case of unweighted and undirected network, matrix A is symmetric (i.e., a ij = a ji) and its elements are either 0 or ± 1 (Newman ; Estrada ).Cited by: Areas 1, 3, 17 and 19 each contain individuals of only one species and, therefore, cannot be said to be occupied by a (multi-species) community.

Looijen & J. van Andel hence different from one another, in terms of species composition (though perhaps not Cited by: ECOLOGICAL STABILITY AND SUSTAINABILITY. Living systems maintain some degree of stability through constant change in response to environmental conditions through: " Inertia (persistence): the ability of a living system to resist being disturbed or altered.

" Constancy: the ability of a File Size: 5MB. socio-ecological sustainability, within a structured framework, to help people and communities in the developing world move toward a prosperous future.

In order to achieve the research objective, this research examined a community development approach implemented by CHF International; an NGO working in developing countries. Ecological Communities: Networks of Interacting Species. An ecological community is defined as a group of actually or potentially interacting species living in the same place.

A community is bound together by the network of influences that species have on one another. Inherent in this view is the notion that whatever affects one species.

In ecology, the idea that a modular organization would be beneficial for the local stability of ecological communities (that is, their ability to recover from small perturbations) dates back to work on complexity and stability by where he suggested ‘that our model multi-species communities [ ] will do better if the interactions tend to be arranged in blocks'.Cited by: Communities are complex systems that can be characterized by their structure (the number and size of populations and their interactions) and dynamics (how the members and their interactions change over time).

Understanding community structure and dynamics allows us to minimize impacts on ecosystems and manage ecological communities we benefit from. In the early s, a strategy for graphical representation of multivariate (multi-species) abundance data was introduced into marine ecology by, among others, Field, et al.

The diversity-stability hypothesis developed over the past 25 years appears widely misunderstood by ecologists, although it simply states that species diversity mediates community functional stability through compensating interactions to environmental fluctuations among co-occurring species.

Fluctuations in the abundances of species with different adaptive modes may be a mechanism Cited by: Evolution Species Interactions Ecological Communities Community Stability Learn with flashcards, games, and more — for free.

Species composition varies with increasing diversity, interacting with the correlation of species' environmental responses to drive either positive or negative diversity–stability patterns, which theory based on communities with only stable species‐level dynamics fails to by: This discussion develops these two conflicting themes in an account of the debate between Clements and Gleason on ecological communities and “plant succession.” It links contemporary discussion of the metaphysics of ecological communities and views from the.

A pioneering work, Species Diversity in Ecological Communities looks at biodiversity in its broadest geographical and historical contexts.

For many decades, ecologists have studied only small areas over short time spans in the belief that diversity is regulated by local ecological interactions. However, to understand fully how communities come to have the diversity they do, and to properly.

A pioneering work, Species Diversity in Ecological Communities looks at biodiversity in its broadest geographical and historical contexts. For many decades, ecologists have studied only small areas over short time spans in the belief that diversity is regulated by local ecological interactions.5/5(1).

out of 5 stars Analysis of ecological Communities book provides abckground information and how to use the PC-ORD Rodination on ecological stud. Reviewed in the United States on Novem Verified Purchase.

This book met my expectations. For a person like me who have little background on using ordinations analysis for ecological Cited by: Although the spatial role of ecosystem stability has mainly been understood in simple communities, it might be more important in complex communities.

If complex communities are mutually supported by inherently unstable local communities, then greater attention may need to be given to both the species-connecting interaction network structure and the local community-connecting spatial network Cited by:.

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