- Plant-plant interactions are known to vary with changing environmental conditions; however, we have little empirical knowledge of the impact of abrupt environmental changes on millennial scale plant-plant interaction outcomes for long-lived plant species. Here, we used palaeoecological data (13-7.6 k years BP) and a novel statistical modelling approach to determine the impact of multiple environmental drivers on predicted tree-grass population interaction outcomes from our stu...
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- E. S. Jeffers et al.
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- Copyright © The Authors 2011. The full text of this article is published in the Journal of Ecology 99(4), 1063-1070. It is available online at http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/j.1365-2745.2011.01816.x].
Abrupt environmental changes drive shifts in tree-grass interaction outcomes
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