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Metacommunity ecology has become an important subdiscipline of ecology, but it is increasingly evident that its foundational theoretical and analytical frameworks do not adequately incorporate a realistic continuum of environmental and biotic process at play. We propose an approach that develops stronger links between theoretical and statistical frameworks to shift the focus towards the study of the internal structure of metacommunities by dissecting how different species and different sitesdoi:10.1101/2020.07.04.187955 fatcat:ugjysxgt3ra6ldg3igqvzvpswm