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    Stephen R. Carpenter,James F. Kitchell
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Series: Cambridge Studies in Ecology. Paperback: 400 pages.

Trophic cascades may interact with nutrients and physical factors to explain most of the variance in lake ecosystem process rates. This text tests this idea by manipulating whole lakes experimentally and coordinating this with paleolimnological studies, simulation modeling, and small-scale enclosure experiments. Series: Cambridge Studies in Ecology.

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Kitchell, James F. Carpenter, Stephen R. Hodgson, James G. He, Xi and . Fluctuations in fish populations in lakes can cascade through food webs to alter nutrient cycling, algal biomass and primary production. He, Xi and Soranno, Patricia A. 1993. Phosphorus in food webs: Compensatory responses in experimental lakes. SIL Proceedings, 1922-2010, Vol. 25, Issue. Some problems in studies of relations between biodiversity and ecosystem function. Applied Soil Ecology, Vol. 10, Issue. Trophic cascades may interact with nutrients and physical factors to explain most of the variance in lake ecosystem process rates.

385 pp. Martin Perrow. Published: 1 November 1998. in Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems. Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems, Volume 8, pp 794-795; doi:10. 1002/(sici)1099-0755(1998110)8:6<794::aid-aqc316 3.

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Contributors describe consequences of predator-prey interactions, behavioral responses of fishes, diel vertical migration of zooplankton, plankton community change, primary production, nutrient cycling and microbial processes. Paleolimnological techniques enable the reconstruction of trophic interactions from past decades.

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Trophic cascades are powerful indirect interactions that can control entire ecosystems, occurring when a trophic level in a food web is suppressed. For example, a top-down cascade will occur if predators are effective enough in predation to reduce the abundance, or alter the behavior, of their prey, thereby releasing the next lower trophic level from predation (or herbivory if the intermediate trophic level is a herbivore). A Bad Case Of The Giggles : Kids Pick the Funniest Poems, Book Bruce Lansky, Stephen Carpenter. 5 Mb. Pattern recognition by self-organizing neural networks. Gail A. Carpenter, Stephen Grossberg.

In this book, a multidisciplinary research team tests this idea by manipulating whole lakes experimentally, and coordinating this with paleolimnological studies, simulation modeling, and small-scale enclosure experiments. Contributors describe consequences of predator-prey interactions, behavioral responses of fishes, diel vertical migration of zooplankton, plankton community change, primary production, nutrient cycling and microbial processes. Paleolimnological techniques enable the reconstruction of trophic interactions from past decades. Prospects for analyzing the interaction of food web structure and nutrient input in lakes are explored.