Big fish are shrinking and small fish are multiplying

The body sizes of organisms around the world are becoming smaller over time, with important implications for food webs and humans.

(Picture: Maria Dornelas)

iDiv’s early career researchers’ response to the proposed changes to the WissZeitVG

iDiv's researchers concerned about the already precarious working conditions in German academia and proposed changes to the WissZeitVG

(Picture: C.Suthorn / cc-by-sa-4.0 /

Most species are rare. But not very rare

Potentially universal pattern of global species abundance distribution unveiled

(Picture: Corey Callaghan)


08.09.23 | Research, Biodiversity Synthesis, iDiv, TOP NEWS
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