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Human disturbances erode the diversity of species resilience strategies

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Human activities are drastically reshaping Earth’s ecosystems. Across the tree of life, species become threatened and ultimately go extinct when they are unable to cope with these changes. Hence, understanding the resilience of natural populations is necessary to understand and predict species’ capacity to cope with increasing human pressures. Here, we use high-resolution demographic information for 921 populations of wild plants and animals to assess how they respond to increasing levels of ...

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10.1101/2021.09.29.462372

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0000-0002-0339-5656
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University of Oxford
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MPLS
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Biology
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Balliol College
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0000-0002-6982-9381
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0000-0002-8902-4193
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Institution:
University of Oxford
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MPLS
Department:
Biology
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Natural Environmental Research Council
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NE/M018458/2
Publisher:
Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory
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Publication date:
2022-12-20
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1199867
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pubs:1199867
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2022-10-13

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