Temporal and spatial changes in benthic invertebrate trophic networks along a taxonomic richness gradient

Julie Garrison, Marie Nordström, Jan Albertsson & Francisco Nascimento
Species interactions underlie most ecosystem functions and are important for understanding ecosystem changes. Representing one type of species interaction, trophic networks were constructed from biodiversity monitoring data and known trophic links to assess how ecosystems have changed over time. The Baltic Sea is subject to many anthropogenic pressures, and low species diversity makes it an ideal candidate for determining how pressures change food webs. In this study, we used benthic monitoring data from 20 years...
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