|| 要旨トップ | ESJ70 シンポジウム 一覧 |||日本生態学会第70回全国大会 (2023年3月、仙台) 講演要旨
シンポジウム S02 3月19日 13:00-16:00 Room B
How do multiple species coexist despite the potential for competitive exclusion? Recent years have seen great strides for answering this question through the development of “modern coexistence theory”: it provides a means to test and quantify several coexistence mechanisms. Moreover, it provides a common currency that potentially integrates multiple disciplines in community ecology. Though promising, the theory is currently appreciated mostly by those who are interested in coexistence itself. This is partly because its theoretical and empirical challenges exclude newcomers from other fields in a broad range of community ecology. In this symposium, we introduce how coexistence theory can be tested and applied to answer questions originating from various topics in community ecology including plant–soil feedback, eco-evolutionary dynamics, and phytoplankton blooms. By doing so, we hope to find a way toward a modern synthesis of community ecology via coexistence theory.
Quantifying coexistence: promises, pitfalls, and progress
An empiricist's guide to Modern Coexistence Theory
How phytoplankton species coexist in a lake
Quantifying microbial effects on plant coexistence using coexistence theory
Eco-evolutionary dynamics and species coexistence