Nutrient addition drives declines in grassland species richness primarily via enhanced species loss

Muehleisen, A. and Carmen, A. and Shaw, G. and Madelon, A. and Lina, B. and Reed, A. and LaForgia, M. and Borer, E.T. and Seabloom, Eric W. and Bakker, J.D. and Arnillas, C.A. and Biederman, L.A. and Chen, Q.Q. and Cleland, E.E. and Fay, P.A. and Hagenah, N. and Harpole, W.S. and Hautier, Y. and Henning, Jeremiah A. and Knops, J. and Komatsu, K.J. and MacDougall, A.S. and Ladeuceur, E and McCulley, R. and Moore, J. and Ohlert, T. and Power, S.A. and Stevens, Carly and Wilfahrt, P.A. and Hallett, L. (2022) Nutrient addition drives declines in grassland species richness primarily via enhanced species loss. Journal of Ecology. ISSN 0022-0477 (In Press)

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Journal of Ecology
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03 Nov 2022 15:25
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