trophodynamics

troph·o·dy·nam·ics

(trof'ō-dī-nam'iks),
The dynamics of nutrition or metabolism.
Synonym(s): nutritional energy
[tropho- + G. dynamis, power]
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Additionally, since climate change is more complex than a SST increase, it acknowledges the need for including a more integrated analisys, while anchovy and sardine show changes associated with environmental variability, indicators such as abundance, trophodynamics are also affected by predators, competitors and parasites.
15]N) model for the North Water food web: Implications for evaluating trophodynamics and the flow of energy and contaminants.
Distribution, population structure and trophodynamics of Southern Ocean Gymnoscopelus (Myctophidae) in the Scotia Sea.
Trophodynamics of inorganic pollutants in a wide-range feeder: The relevance of dietary inputs and biomagnification in the Yellow-legged gull (Larus michahellis).
Trophodynamics of mercury and other trace elements in a pelagic food chain from the Baltic Sea.
Both prey availability and prey size play a crucial role in the trophodynamics of developing N.
Future management may benefit from a deeper understanding of how this environmental variability affects recruitment and trophodynamics of these economically important species as well as the overall productivity of the ecosystem.
Local trophodynamics in the Benguela ecosystem: effect of a fur seal cull on the fisheries.