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Towards integrating evolution, metabolism, and climate change studies of marine ecosystems
Baltar, F.; Bayer, B.; Bednaršek, N.; Deppeler, S.; Escribano, R.; Gonzalez, C.E.; Hansman, R.L.; Mishra, R.K.; Moran, M.A.; Repeta, D.J. (2019). Towards integrating evolution, metabolism, and climate change studies of marine ecosystems. Trends Ecol. Evol. 34(11): 1022-1033. https://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.tree.2019.07.003
In: Trends in Ecology and Evolution. Elsevier Science: Amsterdam. ISSN 0169-5347; e-ISSN 1872-8383, meer
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Author keywords
    marine ecosystems; niche; evolution; metabolism; climate change

Auteurs  Top 
  • Baltar, F.
  • Bayer, B.
  • Bednaršek, N.
  • Deppeler, S.
  • Escribano, R.
  • Gonzalez, C.E.
  • Hansman, R.L.
  • Mishra, R.K.
  • Moran, M.A.
  • Repeta, D.J.
  • Robinson, C.
  • Sintes, E.
  • Tamburini, C.
  • Valentin, L.E.
  • Herndl, G.J.

Abstract
    Global environmental changes are challenging the structure and functioning of ecosystems. However, a mechanistic understanding of how global environmental changes will affect ecosystems is still lacking. The complex and interacting biological and physical processes spanning vast temporal and spatial scales that constitute an ecosystem make this a formidable problem. A unifying framework based on ecological theory, that considers fundamental and realized niches, combined with metabolic, evolutionary, and climate change studies, is needed to provide the mechanistic understanding required to evaluate and forecast the future of marine communities, ecosystems, and their services.

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