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Resistance to disturbance is a diverse phenomenon and does not increase with abundance: The case of oribatid mites

The resistance of a population to a disturbance can be described by different proxies, such as abundance, long-term abundance trend, and relative abundance in the more disturbed part of the habitat. Each proxy reflects a different aspect of resistance. Here we investigated oribatid mite species... Full description

1st Person: PRINZING, Andreas
Additional Persons: KRETZLER, Sandra verfasserin; BECK, Ludwig verfasserin
Source: in Ecoscience : an international journal of ecology Vol. 7, No. 4 (2000), p. 452-460
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Type of Publication: Article
Language: English
Published: 2000
Keywords: research-article
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