Les traits stœchiométriques en tant que prédicteurs des réponses de la communauté aquatique et de l'écosystème aux changements globaux

29 mars 2018
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Over the past 200 years, human activities have significantly altered the carbon (C), nitrogen (N) and phosphorus (P) biogeochemical cycles, inducing in turn strong changes in the global climate and ecosystem functioning (Falkowski et al. 2000). While the consequences of these global changes on plant, animal and microbial communities and on ecosystem processes have received much attention in the past decades, predicting the interactive effects of these changes still represent a central
challenge for ecologists (Cross et al. 2015).