The dimensionality of stability depends on disturbance type

Viktoriia Radchuk, Frederik De Laender, Juliano Sarmento Cabral, Isabelle Boulangeat, Michael Crawford, Friedrich Bohn, Jonathan De Raedt, Cédric Scherer, Jens Christian Svenning, Kirsten Thonicke, Frank M. Schurr, Volker Grimm, Stephanie Kramer-Schadt

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Ecosystems respond in various ways to disturbances. Quantifying ecological stability therefore requires inspecting multiple stability properties, such as resistance, recovery, persistence, and invariability. Correlations among these properties can reduce the dimensionality of stability, simplifying the study of environmental effects on ecosystems. A key question is how the kind of disturbance affects these correlations. We here investigated the effect of three disturbance types (random, species-specific, local) applied at four intensity levels, on the dimensionality of stability at the population and community level. We used previously parameterized models that represent five natural communities, varying in species richness and the number of trophic levels. We found that disturbance type but not intensity affected the dimensionality of stability and only at the population level. The dimensionality of stability also varied greatly among species and communities. Therefore, studying stability cannot be simplified to using a single metric and multi-dimensional assessments are still to be recommended.
langue originaleAnglais
Pages (de - à)674-684
Nombre de pages11
journalEcology Letters
Volume22
Numéro de publication4
Les DOIs
étatPublié - 1 avr. 2019
EvénementECOSUMMIT 2016 - Montpellier, France
Durée: 29 août 20161 sept. 2016

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disturbance
ecosystems
ecological stability
species diversity
ecosystem
environmental effect
trophic level
persistence
species richness
trophic levels
effect

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Radchuk, V., Laender, F. D., Cabral, J. S., Boulangeat, I., Crawford, M., Bohn, F., ... Kramer-Schadt, S. (2019). The dimensionality of stability depends on disturbance type. Ecology Letters, 22(4), 674-684. https://doi.org/10.1111/ele.13226
Radchuk, Viktoriia ; Laender, Frederik De ; Cabral, Juliano Sarmento ; Boulangeat, Isabelle ; Crawford, Michael ; Bohn, Friedrich ; Raedt, Jonathan De ; Scherer, Cédric ; Svenning, Jens Christian ; Thonicke, Kirsten ; Schurr, Frank M. ; Grimm, Volker ; Kramer-Schadt, Stephanie. / The dimensionality of stability depends on disturbance type. Dans: Ecology Letters. 2019 ; Vol 22, Numéro 4. p. 674-684.
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The dimensionality of stability depends on disturbance type. / Radchuk, Viktoriia; Laender, Frederik De; Cabral, Juliano Sarmento; Boulangeat, Isabelle; Crawford, Michael; Bohn, Friedrich; Raedt, Jonathan De; Scherer, Cédric; Svenning, Jens Christian; Thonicke, Kirsten; Schurr, Frank M.; Grimm, Volker; Kramer-Schadt, Stephanie.

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Radchuk V, Laender FD, Cabral JS, Boulangeat I, Crawford M, Bohn F et al. The dimensionality of stability depends on disturbance type. Ecology Letters. 2019 avr. 1;22(4):674-684. https://doi.org/10.1111/ele.13226