Disturbance type determines how connectivity shapes ecosystem resilience

Abstract Connectivity is fundamentally important for shaping the resilience of complex human and natural networks when systems are disturbed. Ecosystem resilience is, in part, shaped by the spatial arrangement of habitats, the permeability and fluxes between them, the stabilising functions performed...

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Main Authors: Ryan M. Pearson, Thomas A. Schlacher, Kristin I. Jinks, Andrew D. Olds, Christopher J. Brown, Rod M. Connolly
Format: Article
Published: Nature Publishing Group 2021-01-01
Series:Scientific Reports
Online Access:https://doi.org/10.1038/s41598-021-80987-1