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    • Worldwide Evidence of a Unimodal Relationship Between Productivity and Plant Species Richness 

      Fraser LH; Pither J; Jentsch A; Sternberg M; Zobel M; Askarizadeh D; Bartha S; Beierkuhnlein C; Bennett J; Bittel A; Boldgiv B; Boldrini II; Bork E; Brown L; Cabido M; Cahill J; Carlyle CN; Campetella G; Chelli S; Cohen O; Csergo A-M; Díaz S; Enrico L; Ensing D; Fidelis A; Fridley JD; Foster B; Garris H; Goheen JR; Henry HAL; Hohn M; Jouri MH; Klironomos J; Koorem K; Lodge RL; Long R; Manning P; Mitchell R; Moora M; Müller SC; Nabinger C; Naseri K; Overbeck GE; Palmer TM; Parsons S; Pesek M; Pillar VD; Pringle RM; Roccaforte K; Schmidt A; Shang Z; Stahlmann R; Stotz G; Sugiyama S; Szentes S; Thompson D; Tungalag R; Undrakhbold S; van Rooyen M; Wellstein C; Wilson JB; Zupo T (2015)
      The search for predictions of species diversity across environmental gradients has challenged ecologists for decades. The humped-back model (HBM) suggests that plant diversity peaks at intermediate productivity; at low ...