Advances in Ecological Research, Volume 61, the latest release in this ongoing series includes specific chapters on the Mechanistic links between biodiversity and ecosystem function, A multitrophic, eco-evolutionary perspective on biodiversity-ecosystem functioning research, Linking species coexistence to ecosystem functioning - a conceptual framework from ecological first principles, Species contributions to above and below ground biodiversity effects in the Trait-Based Experiment, Plant diversity effects on element cycling, Plant diversity effects on consumer community structure, stability, and ecosystem function, Plant community assembly and the consequences for ecosystem function, and more.
- Provides information that relates to a thorough understanding of the field of ecology
- Deals with topical and important reviews on the physiologies, populations and communities of plants and animals
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Mechanistic links between biodiversity and ecosystem function Nico Eisenhauer 1. A multitrophic perspective on biodiversity-ecosystem functioning research Nico Eisenhauer 2. Species contributions to above and belowground biodiversity effects in the Trait-Based Experiment Liesje Mommer 3. "Lost in trait space: species-poor communities are inflexible in properties that drive ecosystem functioning" Anja Vogel 4. Terrestrial laser scanning reveals temporal changes in biodiversity mechanisms driving grassland productivity Claudia Guimarães-Steinicke 5. Plant functional trait identity and diversity effects on soil meso- and macrofauna in experimental grassland Remy Beugnon and Nico Eisenhauer 6. How plant diversity impacts the coupled water, nutrient and carbon cycles Markus Lange 7. A new experimental approach to test why biodiversity effects Anja Vogel 8. Linking local species coexistence to ecosystem functioning
a conceptual framework from ecological first principles in grassland ecosystems Kathryn E. Barry 9. Mapping change in biodiversity and ecosystem function research: Food webs foster integration of experiments and science policy Jessica Hines 10. Transferring biodiversity-ecosystem function research to the management of 'real-world' ecosystems Peter Manning