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John Damuth

  • 2012 and earlier

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The question of whether there are laws in ecology is important. If there are no ecological laws, this would seem to distinguish ecology from other branches of science. It could also make a difference...
Populations fluctuate but seem generally stable in the long run. Species evolve slowly, or even seem to be more or less in “stasis” for much of their existence. Multispecies communities are recognizable...

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Journal Article

Colyvan, Mark, John Damuth, Lev R. Ginzburg. 2019. The Dawn of Universal Ecology. The Scientist.

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