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1 Introduction The term “stability” generally means the resilience and balance of a system or individual to the effects of external influences that are considered threats. Ecological stability represents the capacity of ecological systems to balance

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. Donahue , I. , Petchey , O.L. , Montoya , J.M. , Jackson , A.L. , McNally , L. , Viana , M. , Healy , K. , Lurgi , M. , O’Connor , N. and Emmerson , M. 2013 . On the dimensionality of ecological stability . Ecol. Lett. 16 : 421 – 429

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. 44 149 176 Vincent, T. L., Van, M. V. and Goh, B. S. (1996): Ecological stability, evolutionary stability and the ESS maximum principle. Evol. Ecol

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. Pawlowski , C. and C.A. McCord . 2009 . Markov model for assessing ecological stability successional processes . Ecol. Model. 220 : 86 – 95 . Platt W

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assessment 1992 Connel, J.H. and W.P. Sousa. 1983. On the evidence needed to judge ecological stability or persistence. Am

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-prey systems . Am. Nat. 157 : 512 – 524 . van Baalen , M. and M.W. Sabelis . 1993 . Coevolution of patch selection strategies of predator and prey and the consequences for ecological

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