How were the warbler studies of Robert MacArthur and those that focused

How were the warbler studies of Robert MacArthur and those that focused on the American redstart similar? Secondly,  How did they differ?

How were the warbler studies of Robert MacArthur and those that focused

Only use Textbook Ecology: Concepts & Applications, Manuel Molles, 2013), write the report to respond all following questions:
Answer questions below only using Textbook! 4 PAGES/1100 words for answers, the words for the questions, cover letter and source not included in words. Pages have to be in text cited where you found the answer. Example (p.)

QUESTIONS:

Firstly, How were the warbler studies of Robert MacArthur and those that focused on the American redstart similar? Secondly,  How did they differ?

Thirdly, What aspects of Nalini Nadkarni’s research identify it as “ecosystem ecology”? Fourthly,  Give examples of research in forest canopies that would address other levels of ecological organization (for examples, see fig. 1.1).

The discussion of the research by Margaret Davis and her colleagues did not identify the questions that they addressed.

Fourthly, What research questions can we infer from the above description of their work?

Further, What do the studies of Margaret Davis tell us about the composition of forests in the Appalachian Moountains during the past 12,000 years (see fig. 1.8)?

Based on this research, what predictions might you make about the future composition of these forests?

PLEASE NOTE: 

The report shall be well-organized essay format, fully address the subjects as requested. The textbook is require d and primary study source. You need indicate the page(s) to show where you learn the key points and the important definitions/keywords and conclusions when needed. No need to refer to the materials other than textbook. If you do use supplementary materials, the reference(s) and in-text citation (APA  format) need to be correctly written and presented.
The rubric shows how this assignment will be grade d.

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