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Networking in biology brings better understanding, inspires students

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An international team of marine ecologists has studied the foodweb dynamics and health of eelgrass ecosystems on a global scale. The results show that there is generality in ecology regardless of where the experiments are performed, but also that biologists need to work together in solving large-scale, complex questions in order to obtain cutting edge results. Two professors from Groningen played a part in the study, which was published recently in the prestigious journal Ecology Letters.


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  1. Biodiversity mediates top-down control in eelgrass ecosystems: A global comparative-experimental approach

    Duffy, J. E., Reynolds, P. L., Boström, C., Coyer, J. A., Cusson, M., Donadi, S., Douglass, J. G., Eklöf, J. S., Engelen, A. H., Eriksson, B. K., Fredriksen, S., Gamfeldt, L., Gustafsson, C., Hoarau, G., Hori, M., Hovel, K., Iken, K., Lefcheck, J. S., Moksnes, P-O., Nakaoka, M., O'Connor, M. I., Olsen, J. L., Richardson, J. P., Ruesink, J. L., Sotka, E. E., Thormar, J., Whalen, M. A. & Stachowicz, J. J., Jul-2015, In : Ecology Letters. 18, 7, p. 696-705 10 p.

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