Identifying main interactions in marine predator-prey networks of the Bay of Biscay
Identifying the role that environmental factors and biotic interactions play in species distribution can be essential to better understand and predict how ecosystems will respond to changing environmental conditions. This study aimed at disentangling the assemblage of the pelagic predator–prey community by identifying interspecific associations and their main drivers. For this purpose, we applied the joint species distribution modelling approach, JSDM, to the co-occurrence patterns of both...[Show more]
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|Source:||ICES Journal of Marine Science|
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