Trophic Cascades: a well-studied ecological process in Yellowstone Park

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14 Giugno 2017
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One of the most interesting scientific discoveries of the last half century has been the discovery of widespread trophic cascades. A trophic cascade is an ecological process that starts at the top of the food chain and runs to the bottom. A typical example is what happened in the National Park of Yellowstone in the United States, when wolves were reintroduced in 1995…

To go to the video explaining this process, just click HERE