Linking Journalism with the Web of Life
Conservation Letters has an article about a situation in Borneo that illustrates how sudden, unpredictable events in ecology are not always bad. In the past year, the island's forests have undergone an ecosystem-wide event known as "general flowering," where trees of many species produce seeds and fruit in massive amounts. These events occur rarely (the last was 12 years ago), and in the years in between few seeds are produced and few new trees take root...
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