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Canal-uved. (2017, 6 novembre). The Rearrangement of Communities in Response to Global change , in Biodiversity responses to global changes. [Vidéo]. Canal-U. https://www.canal-u.tv/68497. (Consultée le 22 février 2024)

The Rearrangement of Communities in Response to Global change

Réalisation : 6 novembre 2017 - Mise en ligne : 6 novembre 2017
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Frédéric Jiguet, professor at the National Museum of Natural History, is interested in this video (10'00) to the decline of specialist species in Europe, especially birds. This decline, linked to climate change and land-use changes, is associated with a rearrangement of communities that benefits more general species. This leads to an evolution of the functions provided by these bird communities within the ecosystems.

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