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Title: Ecological networks: delving into the architecture of biodiversity
Authors: Heleno, Ruben 
Garcia, Cristina 
Jordano, Pedro 
Traveset, Anna 
Gómez, José Maria 
Bluthgen, Nico 
Memmott, Jane 
Moora, Mari 
Cerdeira, Jorge 
Rodrıíguez-Echeverría, Susana 
Freitas, Helena 
Olesen, Jens M. 
Keywords: community ecology; food webs; interaction matrix; interactome; spatio-temporal; network dynamics
Issue Date: 2014
Publisher: Royal Society
Serial title, monograph or event: Biology Letters
Volume: 10
Issue: 1
Abstract: In recent years, the analysis of interaction networks has grownpopular as a framework to explore ecological processes and the relationships between community structure and its functioning. The field has rapidly grown from its infancy to a vibrant youth, as reflected in the variety and quality of the discussions held at the first international symposium on Ecological Networks in Coimbra—Portugal (23–25 October 2013). The meeting gathered 170 scientists from 22 countries, who presented data from a broad geographical range, and covering all stages of network analyses, from sampling strategies to effective ways of communicating results, presenting new analytical tools, incorporation of temporal and spatial dynamics, new applications and visualization tools.1 During the meeting it became evident that while many of the caveats diagnosed in early network studies are successfully being tackled, new challenges arise, attesting to the health of the discipline.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10316/25538
DOI: 10.1098/rsbl.2013.1000
Rights: openAccess
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