Apparent interactions, indirect effects, and loop analysis (via Intersecting Processes)

Apparent interactions, indirect effects, and loop analysis Earlier posts distinguished several ways of defining and estimating interactions from data, presented a a case of apparent predator-prey interactions among ciliate species one might have expected to be competitors, and laid out differences among the many references to apparent interactions or indirect effects in the ecological literature. This post examines Levins's loop analysis against this background. Suppose that an ecological community has a … Read More

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EFL teacher. My research is on: reading comprehension, professional competences. I like novels, poetry. ICT and Education.

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