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The Plankton Paradox: How the ocean’s most popular seafood is costing the planet its most jobs

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The competitive exclusion principle predicts that there would just be a few species of plankton, but instead there are thousands.

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Competitive Exclusion Principle: The idea that two similar species cannot inhabit the same ecological niche.
Phytoplankton: Microscopic flora that drift with the ocean currents.
Lotka-Volterra Competitive Equations: A simple model of the population dynamics of species competing for the same resources.

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