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Nadav Shnerb (Bar-Ilan University): Quantifying coexistence

Abstract. Modern coexistence theory employs mutual invasibility as a coexistence criterion and mean growth rate when rare as an invasibility criterion. When implemented as quantitative metrics, both criteria have shortcomings: persistence time may decline when the chance of invasion grows, and invasibility may decrease as the mean growth rate increases in magnitude. I will discuss …

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Camille Carpentier (University of Namur): A new link-species relationship connects ecosystem structure and stability

Abstract: How the number of interactions (links) scales with the number of species in ecological networks is a central problem in ecology. Here, we introduce a new link-species relationship that is fully defined by a single parameter identifiable from empirical networks. This relationship is network-specific and captures a hitherto unutilized structural ecosystem property. We mathematically …

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Stephen Ellner (Cornell): TBD

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