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    edited by John C. Moore, Peter C. de Ruiter, Kevin S. McCann, Volkmar Wolters.
    Introduction -- Part I. Food Webs: Complexity and Stability -- 1. Food webs versus interaction networks: principles, pitfalls, and persepectives -- 2. What kind of interaction- type diversity matters for community stability -- 3. Symmetry, asymmetry, and beyond: the crucial role of interaction strength in the complexity-stability debate -- 4. Ecologically effective population sizes and functional extinction of species in ecosystems -- 5. Merging antagonistic and mutualistic bipartite webs: a first step to integrate interaction diversity into network approaches -- 6. Toward multiplex ecological networks: accounting for multiple interaction types to understand community structure and dynamics -- 7. Unpacking resilience in food webs: an emergent property or a sum of the parts? -- Part II. Food Webs: From Traits to Ecosystem Functioning -- 8. Integrating food-web and trait-based ecology to investigate biomass-trait feedbacks -- 9. Including the life cycle in food webs -- 10. Importance of trait-related flexibility for food-web dynamics and the maintenance of biodiversity -- 11. Ecological succession investigated through food-web flow networks -- 12. Statistical approaches for inferring and predicting food-web architecture -- 13. Global metawebs of spide predation highlight consequences of land-use change for terrestrial predator-prey networks -- 14. Ecological networks in managed ecosystems: connecting structure to services -- 15. Trait-based and process-oriented modeling in ecological network dynamics -- 16. Empirical methods of identifying and quantifying trophic interactions for constructing soil food-web models -- Part III. Food Webs and Environmental Sustainability -- 17. Integrating species interaction networks and biogeography -- 18. Food-web dynamics when divergent life-history strategies respond to environmental variation differently: a fisheries ecology perspective -- 19. Rare but important: perturbations to uncommon species can have a large impact on the structure of ecological communities -- 20. Food-web simulations: stochastic variability and systems-based conservation -- 21. An individual-based simulation model to link population, community, and metacommunity dynamics -- 22. Structural instability of food webs and food-web models and their implications for management -- 23. Linking ecology and epidemiology: the case of infected resource -- Index.
    Digital Access  Cambridge 2018