SYDNEY, AUS: In the day to day here, as I commute to work, take the bus around town, and observe, I’m frequently overwhelmed by daily demonstrations of niche theory and … Continue readingNiche Theory In Everyday Life
In my last post, I provided some background information about spatial subsidies and how I think they may be playing a role in urban marine ecosystems. Specifically, I considered whether … Continue readingDo algal subsidies from riprap alter soft sediment community structure?
As promised, I wanted to provide some background information about spatial subsidies and explain one way in which I think they may occur in urban marine ecosystems… Since the late … Continue readingSpatial subsidies from riprap… say what?
Over the last decade, a growing faction of scientists in the world of ecology and conservation biology has pushed the idea that most ecosystems on Earth are now comprised of … Continue readingUrban Marine Environments as Coupled Human and Natural Systems
Despite all my hype about urban marine ecology, it’s a field that really doesn’t exist yet. At least not in any standardized or formal way. It’s a discipline in the … Continue readingWhy Urban Marine Ecology?