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024a urn:nbn:se:liu:diva-1595572 urn
024a https://doi.org/10.1038/s41559-019-0950-y2 DOI
024a urn:nbn:se:su:diva-1716902 urn
040 a (SwePub)liud (SwePub)su
041 a engb eng
042 9 SwePub
072 7a ref2 swepub-contenttype
072 7a art2 swepub-publicationtype
100a Albouy, Camilleu IFREMER, France4 aut
2451 0a The marine fish food web is globally connected
264 1b NATURE PUBLISHING GROUP,c 2019
338 a print2 rdacarrier
500 a Funding Agencies|MELS-FQRNT Postdoctoral Fellowship; Ressources Aquatique Quebec (RAQ) fellowship; CIEE; Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC) PGS-D scholarship; NSERC Discovery Grants; FRQNT New Investigator award; Universite de Montreal starting grant; Royal Society of New Zealand [UOC-1101]; Royal Society of New Zealand (Rutherford Discovery Fellowship); FRQNT special travel fund; FCT [PTDC/AAG-MAA/3764/2014]
520 a The productivity of marine ecosystems and the services they provide to humans are largely dependent on complex interactions between prey and predators. These are embedded in a diverse network of trophic interactions, resulting in a cascade of events following perturbations such as species extinction. The sheer scale of oceans, however, precludes the characterization of marine feeding networks through de novo sampling. This effort ought instead to rely on a combination of extensive data and inference. Here we investigate how the distribution of trophic interactions at the global scale shapes the marine fish food web structure. We hypothesize that the heterogeneous distribution of species ranges in biogeographic regions should concentrate interactions in the warmest areas and within species groups. We find that the inferred global metaweb of marine fish-that is, all possible potential feeding links between co-occurring species-is highly connected geographically with a low degree of spatial modularity. Metrics of network structure correlate with sea surface temperature and tend to peak towards the tropics. In contrast to open-water communities, coastal food webs have greater interaction redundancy, which may confer robustness to species extinction. Our results suggest that marine ecosystems are connected yet display some resistance to perturbations because of high robustness at most locations.
650 7a NATURAL SCIENCESx Biological Sciencesx Ecology0 (SwePub)106112 hsv//eng
650 7a NATURVETENSKAPx Biologiska vetenskaperx Ekologi0 (SwePub)106112 hsv//swe
650 7a NATURVETENSKAPx Biologi0 (SwePub)1062 hsv//swe
650 7a NATURAL SCIENCESx Biological Sciences0 (SwePub)1062 hsv//eng
650 7a NATURVETENSKAPx Biologiska vetenskaper0 (SwePub)1062 hsv//swe
700a Archambault, Philippeu Univ Laval, Canada4 aut
700a Appeltans, Wardu UNESCO, Belgium4 aut
700a Araujo, Miguel B.u CSIC, Spain; Univ Evora, Portugal; Univ Copenhagen, Denmark4 aut
700a Beauchesne, Davidu Univ Quebec Rimouski, Canada4 aut
700a Cazelles, Kevinu Univ Guelph, Canada4 aut
700a Cirtwill, Alyssau Linköpings universitet,Teoretisk Biologi,Tekniska fakulteten,Univ Canterbury, New Zealand4 aut0 (Swepub:liu)alyci52
700a Fortin, Marie-Joseeu Univ Toronto, Canada4 aut
700a Galiana, Nuriau CNRS, France4 aut
700a Leroux, Shawn J.u Mem Univ, Canada4 aut
700a Pellissier, Loiku Swiss Fed Inst Technol, Switzerland; Swiss Fed Res Inst WSL, Switzerland4 aut
700a Poisot, Timotheeu Univ Montreal, Canada; McGill Univ, Canada4 aut
700a Stouffer, Daniel B.u Univ Canterbury, New Zealand4 aut
700a Wood, Spencer A.u Univ Washington, WA 98195 USA4 aut
700a Gravel, Dominiqueu Univ Montreal, Canada; Univ Sherbrooke, Canada4 aut
700a Cirtwill, Alyssa R.u Stockholms universitet,Institutionen för ekologi, miljö och botanik,University of Canterbury, New Zealand4 aut0 (Swepub:su)alci5182
710a IFREMER, Franceb Univ Laval, Canada4 org
773t Nature Ecology & Evolutiond : NATURE PUBLISHING GROUPg 3:8, s. 1153-+q 3:8<1153-+x 2397-334X
8564 8u http://urn.kb.se/resolve?urn=urn:nbn:se:liu:diva-159557x lärosäteslänky Till lärosätets (liu) databas
8564 8u https://doi.org/10.1038/s41559-019-0950-y
8564 8u http://urn.kb.se/resolve?urn=urn:nbn:se:su:diva-171690x lärosäteslänky Till lärosätets (su) databas

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