Predação e estrutura de comunidades

Leituras

Introdutórias

  • Holt, R.D. Predation and community organization. Cap. III.3, The Princeton Guide to Ecology.

Para discussão

  • Lubchenco, J. (1978). Plant species diversity in a marine intertidal community: importance of herbivore food preference and algal competitive abilities. American Naturalist, 23-39.
  • Resetarits, W.J., Silberbush, A. 2016. Local contagion and regional compression: habitat selection drives spatially explicit, multiscale dynamics in experimental metacommunities. Ecology Letters 19: 191-200.

Sobre os(as) autores(as)

Jane Lubchenco

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  • Depoimento para a série Conservation Talks.
  • Compass: fundação criada por Jane Lubchenco e colegas para fomentar o maior engajamento de cientistas nas políticas ambientais.
    • Smith, B., Baron, N., English, C., Galindo, H., Goldman, E., McLeod, K., Miner, M. and Neeley, E., 2013. COMPASS: navigating the rules of scientific engagement. PLoS Biol, 11(4), p.e1001552.
  • Lubchenco, J. 1998. Entering the century of the environment: a new social contract for science. Science 279: 491–497. Sua tese sobre a responsabilidade social da ciência.
  • Lubchenco, J., & Menge, B. A. (1993). Split positions can provide a sane career track: A personal account. Bioscience, 243-248.. Sobre o contrato pioneiro que ela e seu marido Bruce Menge propuseram à Oregon State University.
William Resetarits

Material Suplementar

Efeitos indiretos e mediados por atributos

  • Schmitz O.J. Indirect Effects in Communities and Ecosystems: The Role of Trophic and Nontrophic Interactions. Cap. III.5, .
  • Werner, E.E. and Peacor, S.D., 2003. A review of trait-mediated indirect interactions in ecological communities. Ecology, 84(5), pp.1083-1100.
  • Peacor S.D., Werner E.E. 2001. The contribution of trait-mediated indirect effects to the net effects of a predator. PNAS 98: 3904-3908
  • Ohgushi, T., Schmitz, O., & Holt, R. D. (Eds.). (2012). Trait-mediated indirect interactions: ecological and evolutionary perspectives. Cambridge University Press.
  • Schmitz, O.J., Krivan, V. and Ovadia, O., 2004. Trophic cascades: the primacy of trait‐mediated indirect interactions. Ecology Letters, 7(2), pp.153-163.

Interações multi-espécies e cascatas tróficas

  • Abrams, P. A. 1983. Arguments in favor of higher order interactions. Am. Nat. 121, 887–891.
  • Billick, I. and Case, T.J., 1994. Higher order interactions in ecological communities: what are they and how can they be detected?. Ecology, 75(6), 1529-1543.
  • Case, T. J. & Bender, E. A. 1981. Testing for higher order interactions. Am. Nat. 118, 920–929.
  • Estes J.A. et al. 2011. Trophic Downgrading of Planet Earth. Science 333, 301-306.
  • Grilli, J., Barabás, G., Michalska-Smith, M.J. and Allesina, S. 2017. Higher-order interactions stabilize dynamics in competitive network models. Nature, 548(7666), 210-213.
  • Kareiva, P. 1994. Higher order interactions as a foil to reductionist ecology. Ecology 75, 1527–1528.
  • Terborgh J. & Estes J.A. 2010. Trophic Cascades: Predators, Prey, and the Changing Dynamics of Nature. Island Press.

Plasticidade

  • Relyea, R.A. and Auld, J.R., 2004. Having the guts to compete: how intestinal plasticity explains costs of inducible defences. Ecology Letters, 7(9), pp.869-875.
  • Relyea, R.A., 2001. Morphological and behavioral plasticity of larval anurans in response to different predators. Ecology, 82(2), pp.523-540.

Clássicos

  • Huffaker, C.B. 1958. Experimental studies on predation: dispersion factors and predator-prey oscillations. Hilgardia, 27, 343–383.
  • Huffaker, C.B., Herman, S.G. and Shea, K.P., 1963. Experimental studies on predation: complex dispersion and levels of food in an acarine predator-prey interaction. University of Calif.
  • Huffaker's balancing act: clip de animação do projeto Ecomotion.
  • Paine, R. T. 1966. Food web complexity and species diversity. American Naturalist 100: 65-75.
  • Paine, R.T., 1980. Food webs: linkage, interaction strength and community infrastructure. Journal of animal ecology, 49(3), pp.667-685.
  • Life of every color and kind, animação sobre o trabalho pioneiro de Paine. Do projeto Ecomotion.
  • Grodwohl, J.B., Porto, F. and El-Hani, C.N., 2018. The instability of field experiments: building an experimental research tradition on the rocky seashores (1950–1985). History and philosophy of the life sciences, 40(3): 45. Este artigo parte dos experimentos pioneiros de Paine e outros ecólogos marinhos para analisar a história dos experimentos de campo em ecologia, e as questões epistemológicas decorrentes.
  • Holt, R.D., 1977. Predation, apparent competition, and the structure of prey communities. Theoretical population biology, 12(2), pp.197-229.
  • Hipótese do mundo verde:
    • Hairston N G, Smith F E & Slobodkin L B. Community structure, population control, and competition. Amer. Naturalist 94:421-5, 1960.
    • Sherrat T.M. & Wilikinson D.N. 2009. Why the world is green? Cap.7 in Big Questions in Ecology and Evolution. Ótima revisão, com hipóteses alternativas e boa crítica à ideia original.
  • J. H. Lawton and S. McNeill, “Between the devil and the deep blue sea: on the problem of being a herbivore,” in Population Dynamics, R. M. Anderson, B. D. Turner, and L. R. Taylor, Eds., Blackwell Scientific Publications, Oxford, UK, 1979.. Clássico sobre a importância de controle top-down e bottom-up em comunidades de herbívoros.

Conservação e comportamento

  • Daniel Blumstein criou esta linha de pesquisa que, entre outras coisas, chama a atenção sobre como a evolução de respostas comportamentais de presas pode ser um problema para a sua conservação.
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