Marine biodiversity through time: the relative role of stochastic and deterministic processes in the assembly of ecological communities

Project: PhD

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This PhD project aims to use marine lakes as natural laboratories to investigate how various types of isolation shape populations and ecological communities in marine environments. From the observed patterns, we will infer which drivers are most important (distance, environment, monopolization). The results of this project will have implications for marine conservation in general, and for marine protected areas in the Indo-Australian Archipelago in particular.
Effective start/end date15/02/16 → …


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