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    • Not a melting pot: Plant species aggregate in their non-native range 

      Stotz GC; Cahill JF; Bennett JA; Carlyle CN; Bork EW; Askarizadeh D; Bartha S; Beierkuhnlein C; Boldgiv B; Brown L; Cabido M; Campetella G; Chelli S; Cohen O; Díaz S; Enrico L; Ensing D; Erdenetsetseg B; Fidelis A; Garris HW; Henry HAL; Jentsch A; Jouri MH; Koorem K; Manning P; Mitchell R; Moora M; Overbeck GE; Pither J; Reinhart KO; Sternberg M; Tungalag R; Undrakhbold S; van Rooyen M; Wellstein C; Zobel M; Fraser LH (2020)
      Aim: Plant species continue to be moved outside of their native range by human activities. Here, we aim to determine whether, once introduced, plants assimilate into native communities or whether they aggregate, thus forming ...
    • Response to Comment on “Worldwide evidence of a unimodal relationship between productivity and plant species richness” 

      Pither J; Fraser LH; Jentsch A; Sternberg M; Zobel M; Cahill J; Beierkuhnlein C; Bartha S; Bennett J; Boldgiv B; Brown L; Cabido M; Campetella G; Carlyle CN; Chelli S; Csergo A-M; Díaz S; Enrico L; Ensing D; Fidelis A; Garris H; Henry HAL; Hohn M; Klironomos J; Koorem K; Lodge RL; Manning P; Mitchell R; Moora M; Pillar VD; Stotz G; Sugiyama S; Szentes S; Tungalag R; Undrakhbold S; Wellstein C; Zupo T (2016)
      Tredennick et al. criticize one of our statistical analyses and emphasize the low explanatory power of models relating productivity to diversity. These criticisms do not detract from our key findings, including evidence ...
    • 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 ...