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Seasonal changes of trophic transfer efficiencies in a plankton food web derived from biomass size distributions and network analysis

Seasonal changes of trophic transfer efficiencies in a plankton food web derived from biomass size distributions and network analysis

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GAEDKE, Ursula, Dietmar STRAILE, 1994. Seasonal changes of trophic transfer efficiencies in a plankton food web derived from biomass size distributions and network analysis. In: Ecological Modelling. 75-76, pp. 435-445. ISSN 0304-3800. Available under: doi: 10.1016/0304-3800(94)90038-8

@article{Gaedke1994Seaso-6878, title={Seasonal changes of trophic transfer efficiencies in a plankton food web derived from biomass size distributions and network analysis}, year={1994}, doi={10.1016/0304-3800(94)90038-8}, volume={75-76}, issn={0304-3800}, journal={Ecological Modelling}, pages={435--445}, author={Gaedke, Ursula and Straile, Dietmar} }

First publ. in: Ecological Modelling 75-76 (1994), pp. 435-445 2011-03-24T17:29:51Z 2011-03-24T17:29:51Z Straile, Dietmar Gaedke, Ursula eng Seasonal changes of trophic transfer efficiencies in a plankton food web derived from biomass size distributions and network analysis 1994 Gaedke, Ursula The trophic transfer efficiencies in the planktonic food web of large, deep, and mesoeutrophic Lake Constance were derived independently from biomass size distributions and from mass-balanced carbon flow diagrams based on comprehensive data for biomass, production, and food web structure. The main emphasis was on the transfer of primary production to herbivores since this process dominates the flow of matter within the food web. Biomass size distributions offer an ecosystem approach which relies only on measurements of biomass and a few general assumptions, whereas network analysis is predominantly based on production estimates and requires more detailed knowledge of the ecosystem.<br />Despite these differences, both approaches give consistent results for both the absolute values of the transfer efficiencies and seasonal trends. Estimates of the seasonally averaged transfer efficiency (dominated by the utilization of primary production by herbivores) range from 0.20 to 0.27. They are considerably lower in late winter and spring (0.05 to 0.2l) than in summer and autumn (0.25 to 0.38, extreme values: 0.20 and 0.42). application/pdf Straile, Dietmar deposit-license

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