Speculations on the Future of Food Webs
Food webs should be more closely integrated with other descriptions of community ecology. Recent technology should be exploited to observe food webs better. The effects of human interventions on food webs should be more carefully studied and better understood.
KeywordsSpecies Abundance Distribution Chemical Flux Marine Biotoxin Manned Submersible Nephila Clavipes
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