Comparative analysis of marine ecosystems: workshop on predator-prey interactions

Publication: Research - peer-reviewJournal article – Annual report year: 2010

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Climate and human influences on marine ecosystems are largely manifested by changes in predator–prey interactions. It follows that ecosystem-based management of the world's oceans requires a better understanding of food web relationships. An international workshop on predator–prey interactions in marine ecosystems was held at the Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR, USA on 16–18 March 2010. The meeting brought together scientists from diverse fields of expertise including theoretical ecology, animal behaviour, fish and seabird ecology, statistics, fisheries science and ecosystem modelling. The goals of the workshop were to critically examine the methods of scaling-up predator–prey interactions from local observations to systems, the role of shifting ecological processes with scale changes, and the complexity and organizational structure in trophic interactions.
Original languageEnglish
JournalBiology Letters
Publication date2010
Volume6
Pages579-581
ISSN1744-9561
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StatePublished

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