Theoretical Ecology Discussion: Species heterogeneity can reduce the potential for alternative stable states in food webs
This seminar series aims to unite those at OIST interested in ecology, evolution, and theory every Wednesday to watch a pre-recorded talk from world-leading theoreticians (~30 min) and then casually discuss the talk amongst ourselves over tea/coffee/snacks.
We’ll be shamelessly piggybacking off the International Initiative for Theoretical Ecology, who run a phenomenal seminar series (see www.iite.info/seminar), to watch the pre-recorded talks at a time that’s more friendly to our local timezone.
Looking forward to talking theory with you all!
Sam Ross (Integrative Community Ecology Unit)
Zoom link: https://oist.zoom.us/j/96760172821?pwd=L09OZnJmTHpZR2J5TXpCeWpPSEo1UT09
[9 Feb 2022] Vadim Karatayev (University of Guleph). Species heterogeneity can reduce the potential for alternative stable states in food webs.