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Directional turnover towards larger-ranged plants over time and across habitats

Staude, Ingmar R. and Pereira, Henrique M. and Daskalova, Gergana N. and Bernhardt-Roemermann, Markus and Diekmann, Martin and Pauli, Harald and Van Calster, Hans and Vellend, Mark and Bjorkman, Anne D. and Brunet, Jörg and De Frenne, Pieter and Hedl, Radim and Jandt, Ute and Lenoir, Jonathan and Myers-Smith, Isla H. and Verheyen, Kris and Wipf, Sonja and Wulf, Monika and Andrews, Christopher and Barancok, Peter and Barni, Elena and Benito-Alonso, Jose-Luis and Bennie, Jonathan and Berki, Imre and Blueml, Volker and Chudomelova, Marketa and Decocq, Guillaume and Dick, Jan and Dirnboeck, Thomas and Durak, Tomasz and Eriksson, Ove and Erschbamer, Brigitta and Graae, Bente Jessen and Heinken, Thilo and Schei, Fride Hoistad and Jaroszewicz, Bogdan and Kopecky, Martin and Kudernatsch, Thomas and Macek, Martin and Malicki, Marek and Malis, Frantisek and Michelsen, Ottar and Naaf, Tobias and Nagel, Thomas A. and Newton, Adrian C. and Nicklas, Lena and Oddi, Ludovica and Ortmann-Ajkai, Adrienne and Palaj, Andrej and Petraglia, Alessandro and Petrik, Petr and Pielech, Remigiusz and Porro, Francesco and Puscas, Mihai and Reczynska, Kamila and Rixen, Christian and Schmidt, Wolfgang and Standovar, Tibor and Steinbauer, Klaus and Swierkosz, Krzysztof and Teleki, Balazs and Theurillat, Jean-Paul and Turtureanu, Pavel Dan and Ursu, Tudor-Mihai and Vanneste, Thomas and Vergeer, Philippine and Vild, Ondrej and Villar, Luis and Vittoz, Pascal and Winkler, Manuela and Baeten, Lander (2022). Directional turnover towards larger-ranged plants over time and across habitats. Ecology Letters. 25 :2
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Abstract

Species turnover is ubiquitous. However, it remains unknown whether certain types of species are consistently gained or lost across different habitats. Here, we analysed the trajectories of 1827 plant species over time intervals of up to 78 years at 141 sites across mountain summits, forests, and lowland grasslands in Europe. We found, albeit with relatively small effect sizes, displacements of smaller- by larger-ranged species across habitats. Communities shifted in parallel towards more nutrient-demanding species, with species from nutrient-rich habitats having larger ranges. Because these species are typically strong competitors, declines of smaller-ranged species could reflect not only abiotic drivers of global change, but also biotic pressure from increased competition. The ubiquitous component of turnover based on species range size we found here may partially reconcile findings of no net loss in local diversity with global species loss, and link community-scale turnover to macroecological processes such as biotic homogenisation.

Authors/Creators:Staude, Ingmar R. and Pereira, Henrique M. and Daskalova, Gergana N. and Bernhardt-Roemermann, Markus and Diekmann, Martin and Pauli, Harald and Van Calster, Hans and Vellend, Mark and Bjorkman, Anne D. and Brunet, Jörg and De Frenne, Pieter and Hedl, Radim and Jandt, Ute and Lenoir, Jonathan and Myers-Smith, Isla H. and Verheyen, Kris and Wipf, Sonja and Wulf, Monika and Andrews, Christopher and Barancok, Peter and Barni, Elena and Benito-Alonso, Jose-Luis and Bennie, Jonathan and Berki, Imre and Blueml, Volker and Chudomelova, Marketa and Decocq, Guillaume and Dick, Jan and Dirnboeck, Thomas and Durak, Tomasz and Eriksson, Ove and Erschbamer, Brigitta and Graae, Bente Jessen and Heinken, Thilo and Schei, Fride Hoistad and Jaroszewicz, Bogdan and Kopecky, Martin and Kudernatsch, Thomas and Macek, Martin and Malicki, Marek and Malis, Frantisek and Michelsen, Ottar and Naaf, Tobias and Nagel, Thomas A. and Newton, Adrian C. and Nicklas, Lena and Oddi, Ludovica and Ortmann-Ajkai, Adrienne and Palaj, Andrej and Petraglia, Alessandro and Petrik, Petr and Pielech, Remigiusz and Porro, Francesco and Puscas, Mihai and Reczynska, Kamila and Rixen, Christian and Schmidt, Wolfgang and Standovar, Tibor and Steinbauer, Klaus and Swierkosz, Krzysztof and Teleki, Balazs and Theurillat, Jean-Paul and Turtureanu, Pavel Dan and Ursu, Tudor-Mihai and Vanneste, Thomas and Vergeer, Philippine and Vild, Ondrej and Villar, Luis and Vittoz, Pascal and Winkler, Manuela and Baeten, Lander
Title:Directional turnover towards larger-ranged plants over time and across habitats
Series Name/Journal:Ecology Letters
Year of publishing :2022
Volume:25
Number:2
Number of Pages:17
Publisher:WILEY
ISSN:1461-023X
Language:English
Publication Type:Research article
Article category:Scientific peer reviewed
Version:Published version
Copyright:Creative Commons: Attribution 4.0
Full Text Status:Public
Subjects:(A) Swedish standard research categories 2011 > 1 Natural sciences > 106 Biological Sciences (Medical to be 3 and Agricultural to be 4) > Ecology
Keywords:alpine, biodiversity change, forest, forestREplot, GLORIA, grassland, homogenization, resurvey, winner and loser species
URN:NBN:urn:nbn:se:slu:epsilon-p-114911
Permanent URL:
http://urn.kb.se/resolve?urn=urn:nbn:se:slu:epsilon-p-114911
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Type of IDID
DOI10.1111/ele.13937
Web of Science (WoS)000726529200001
ID Code:26934
Faculty:S - Faculty of Forest Sciences
Department:(S) > Southern Swedish Forest Research Centre
Deposited By: SLUpub Connector
Deposited On:08 Feb 2022 14:26
Metadata Last Modified:17 May 2022 03:23

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