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Press Release 12-031
Solved! Mystery That Stumped Ecosystem Modelers

Scientists show that predator/prey relationships make possible the rich biodiversity of complex ecosystems

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Photo of a bear catching a salmon in the rapids of a river.

Scientists have improved their ability to model ecosystems by incorporating more information about predator/prey relationships into their computations.

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