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J.-C. Svenning

Temperature shapes opposing latitudinal gradients of plant taxonomic and phylogenetic β diversity

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Temperature shapes opposing latitudinal gradients of plant taxonomic and phylogenetic β diversity. / McFadden, Ian R.; Sandel, Brody; Tsirogiannis, Constantinos; Morueta-Holme, Naia; Svenning, Jens Christian; Enquist, Brian J.; Kraft, Nathan J.B.

I: Ecology Letters, Bind 22, Nr. 7, 07.2019, s. 1126-1135.

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McFadden, IR, Sandel, B, Tsirogiannis, C, Morueta-Holme, N, Svenning, JC, Enquist, BJ & Kraft, NJB 2019, 'Temperature shapes opposing latitudinal gradients of plant taxonomic and phylogenetic β diversity', Ecology Letters, bind 22, nr. 7, s. 1126-1135. https://doi.org/10.1111/ele.13269

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McFadden, I. R., Sandel, B., Tsirogiannis, C., Morueta-Holme, N., Svenning, J. C., Enquist, B. J., & Kraft, N. J. B. (2019). Temperature shapes opposing latitudinal gradients of plant taxonomic and phylogenetic β diversity. Ecology Letters, 22(7), 1126-1135. https://doi.org/10.1111/ele.13269

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McFadden IR, Sandel B, Tsirogiannis C, Morueta-Holme N, Svenning JC, Enquist BJ, Kraft NJB. 2019. Temperature shapes opposing latitudinal gradients of plant taxonomic and phylogenetic β diversity. Ecology Letters. 22(7):1126-1135. https://doi.org/10.1111/ele.13269

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McFadden IR, Sandel B, Tsirogiannis C, Morueta-Holme N, Svenning JC, Enquist BJ o.a. Temperature shapes opposing latitudinal gradients of plant taxonomic and phylogenetic β diversity. Ecology Letters. 2019 jul;22(7):1126-1135. https://doi.org/10.1111/ele.13269

Author

McFadden, Ian R. ; Sandel, Brody ; Tsirogiannis, Constantinos ; Morueta-Holme, Naia ; Svenning, Jens Christian ; Enquist, Brian J. ; Kraft, Nathan J.B. / Temperature shapes opposing latitudinal gradients of plant taxonomic and phylogenetic β diversity. I: Ecology Letters. 2019 ; Bind 22, Nr. 7. s. 1126-1135.

Bibtex

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abstract = "Latitudinal and elevational richness gradients have received much attention from ecologists but there is little consensus on underlying causes. One possible proximate cause is increased levels of species turnover, or β diversity, in the tropics compared to temperate regions. Here, we leverage a large botanical dataset to map taxonomic and phylogenetic β diversity, as mean turnover between neighboring 100 × 100 km cells, across the Americas and determine key climatic drivers. We find taxonomic and tip-weighted phylogenetic β diversity is higher in the tropics, but that basal-weighted phylogenetic β diversity is highest in temperate regions. Supporting Janzen's {\textquoteleft}mountain passes{\textquoteright} hypothesis, tropical mountainous regions had higher β diversity than temperate regions for taxonomic and tip-weighted metrics. The strongest climatic predictors of turnover were average temperature and temperature seasonality. Taken together, these results suggest β diversity is coupled to latitudinal richness gradients and that temperature is a major driver of plant community composition and change.",
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RIS

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AU - McFadden, Ian R.

AU - Sandel, Brody

AU - Tsirogiannis, Constantinos

AU - Morueta-Holme, Naia

AU - Svenning, Jens Christian

AU - Enquist, Brian J.

AU - Kraft, Nathan J.B.

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AB - Latitudinal and elevational richness gradients have received much attention from ecologists but there is little consensus on underlying causes. One possible proximate cause is increased levels of species turnover, or β diversity, in the tropics compared to temperate regions. Here, we leverage a large botanical dataset to map taxonomic and phylogenetic β diversity, as mean turnover between neighboring 100 × 100 km cells, across the Americas and determine key climatic drivers. We find taxonomic and tip-weighted phylogenetic β diversity is higher in the tropics, but that basal-weighted phylogenetic β diversity is highest in temperate regions. Supporting Janzen's ‘mountain passes’ hypothesis, tropical mountainous regions had higher β diversity than temperate regions for taxonomic and tip-weighted metrics. The strongest climatic predictors of turnover were average temperature and temperature seasonality. Taken together, these results suggest β diversity is coupled to latitudinal richness gradients and that temperature is a major driver of plant community composition and change.

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KW - biome assembly

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KW - Jaccard dissimilarity

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