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Replacements of small- by large-ranged species scale up to diversity loss in Europe’s temperate forest biome

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Replacements of small- by large-ranged species scale up to diversity loss in Europe’s temperate forest biome. / Staude, Ingmar R.; Waller, Donald M.; Bernhardt-Römermann, Markus; Bjorkman, Anne D.; Brunet, Jörg; De Frenne, Pieter; Hédl, Radim; Jandt, Ute; Lenoir, Jonathan; Máliš, František; Verheyen, Kris; Wulf, Monika; Pereira, Henrique M.; Vangansbeke, Pieter; Ortmann-Ajkai, Adrienne; Pielech, Remigiusz; Berki, Imre; Chudomelová, Markéta; Decocq, Guillaume; Dirnböck, Thomas; Durak, Tomasz; Heinken, Thilo; Jaroszewicz, Bogdan; Kopecký, Martin; Macek, Martin; Malicki, Marek; Naaf, Tobias; Nagel, Thomas A.; Petřík, Petr; Reczyńska, Kamila; Schei, Fride Høistad; Schmidt, Wolfgang; Standovár, Tibor; Świerkosz, Krzysztof; Teleki, Balázs; Van Calster, Hans; Vild, Ondřej; Baeten, Lander.

In: Nature Ecology and Evolution, 13.04.2020.

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Staude, IR, Waller, DM, Bernhardt-Römermann, M, Bjorkman, AD, Brunet, J, De Frenne, P, Hédl, R, Jandt, U, Lenoir, J, Máliš, F, Verheyen, K, Wulf, M, Pereira, HM, Vangansbeke, P, Ortmann-Ajkai, A, Pielech, R, Berki, I, Chudomelová, M, Decocq, G, Dirnböck, T, Durak, T, Heinken, T, Jaroszewicz, B, Kopecký, M, Macek, M, Malicki, M, Naaf, T, Nagel, TA, Petřík, P, Reczyńska, K, Schei, FH, Schmidt, W, Standovár, T, Świerkosz, K, Teleki, B, Van Calster, H, Vild, O & Baeten, L 2020, 'Replacements of small- by large-ranged species scale up to diversity loss in Europe’s temperate forest biome', Nature Ecology and Evolution. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41559-020-1176-8

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Staude, I. R., Waller, D. M., Bernhardt-Römermann, M., Bjorkman, A. D., Brunet, J., De Frenne, P., ... Baeten, L. (2020). Replacements of small- by large-ranged species scale up to diversity loss in Europe’s temperate forest biome. Nature Ecology and Evolution. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41559-020-1176-8

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Staude, Ingmar R. ; Waller, Donald M. ; Bernhardt-Römermann, Markus ; Bjorkman, Anne D. ; Brunet, Jörg ; De Frenne, Pieter ; Hédl, Radim ; Jandt, Ute ; Lenoir, Jonathan ; Máliš, František ; Verheyen, Kris ; Wulf, Monika ; Pereira, Henrique M. ; Vangansbeke, Pieter ; Ortmann-Ajkai, Adrienne ; Pielech, Remigiusz ; Berki, Imre ; Chudomelová, Markéta ; Decocq, Guillaume ; Dirnböck, Thomas ; Durak, Tomasz ; Heinken, Thilo ; Jaroszewicz, Bogdan ; Kopecký, Martin ; Macek, Martin ; Malicki, Marek ; Naaf, Tobias ; Nagel, Thomas A. ; Petřík, Petr ; Reczyńska, Kamila ; Schei, Fride Høistad ; Schmidt, Wolfgang ; Standovár, Tibor ; Świerkosz, Krzysztof ; Teleki, Balázs ; Van Calster, Hans ; Vild, Ondřej ; Baeten, Lander. / Replacements of small- by large-ranged species scale up to diversity loss in Europe’s temperate forest biome. In: Nature Ecology and Evolution. 2020.

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title = "Replacements of small- by large-ranged species scale up to diversity loss in Europe’s temperate forest biome",
abstract = "Biodiversity time series reveal global losses and accelerated redistributions of species, but no net loss in local species richness. To better understand how these patterns are linked, we quantify how individual species trajectories scale up to diversity changes using data from 68 vegetation resurvey studies of seminatural forests in Europe. Herb-layer species with small geographic ranges are being replaced by more widely distributed species, and our results suggest that this is due less to species abundances than to species nitrogen niches. Nitrogen deposition accelerates the extinctions of small-ranged, nitrogen-efficient plants and colonization by broadly distributed, nitrogen-demanding plants (including non-natives). Despite no net change in species richness at the spatial scale of a study site, the losses of small-ranged species reduce biome-scale (gamma) diversity. These results provide one mechanism to explain the directional replacement of small-ranged species within sites and thus explain patterns of biodiversity change across spatial scales.",
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T1 - Replacements of small- by large-ranged species scale up to diversity loss in Europe’s temperate forest biome

AU - Staude, Ingmar R.

AU - Waller, Donald M.

AU - Bernhardt-Römermann, Markus

AU - Bjorkman, Anne D.

AU - Brunet, Jörg

AU - De Frenne, Pieter

AU - Hédl, Radim

AU - Jandt, Ute

AU - Lenoir, Jonathan

AU - Máliš, František

AU - Verheyen, Kris

AU - Wulf, Monika

AU - Pereira, Henrique M.

AU - Vangansbeke, Pieter

AU - Ortmann-Ajkai, Adrienne

AU - Pielech, Remigiusz

AU - Berki, Imre

AU - Chudomelová, Markéta

AU - Decocq, Guillaume

AU - Dirnböck, Thomas

AU - Durak, Tomasz

AU - Heinken, Thilo

AU - Jaroszewicz, Bogdan

AU - Kopecký, Martin

AU - Macek, Martin

AU - Malicki, Marek

AU - Naaf, Tobias

AU - Nagel, Thomas A.

AU - Petřík, Petr

AU - Reczyńska, Kamila

AU - Schei, Fride Høistad

AU - Schmidt, Wolfgang

AU - Standovár, Tibor

AU - Świerkosz, Krzysztof

AU - Teleki, Balázs

AU - Van Calster, Hans

AU - Vild, Ondřej

AU - Baeten, Lander

PY - 2020/4/13

Y1 - 2020/4/13

N2 - Biodiversity time series reveal global losses and accelerated redistributions of species, but no net loss in local species richness. To better understand how these patterns are linked, we quantify how individual species trajectories scale up to diversity changes using data from 68 vegetation resurvey studies of seminatural forests in Europe. Herb-layer species with small geographic ranges are being replaced by more widely distributed species, and our results suggest that this is due less to species abundances than to species nitrogen niches. Nitrogen deposition accelerates the extinctions of small-ranged, nitrogen-efficient plants and colonization by broadly distributed, nitrogen-demanding plants (including non-natives). Despite no net change in species richness at the spatial scale of a study site, the losses of small-ranged species reduce biome-scale (gamma) diversity. These results provide one mechanism to explain the directional replacement of small-ranged species within sites and thus explain patterns of biodiversity change across spatial scales.

AB - Biodiversity time series reveal global losses and accelerated redistributions of species, but no net loss in local species richness. To better understand how these patterns are linked, we quantify how individual species trajectories scale up to diversity changes using data from 68 vegetation resurvey studies of seminatural forests in Europe. Herb-layer species with small geographic ranges are being replaced by more widely distributed species, and our results suggest that this is due less to species abundances than to species nitrogen niches. Nitrogen deposition accelerates the extinctions of small-ranged, nitrogen-efficient plants and colonization by broadly distributed, nitrogen-demanding plants (including non-natives). Despite no net change in species richness at the spatial scale of a study site, the losses of small-ranged species reduce biome-scale (gamma) diversity. These results provide one mechanism to explain the directional replacement of small-ranged species within sites and thus explain patterns of biodiversity change across spatial scales.

U2 - 10.1038/s41559-020-1176-8

DO - 10.1038/s41559-020-1176-8

M3 - A1: Web of Science-article

JO - Nature Ecology and Evolution

JF - Nature Ecology and Evolution

SN - 2397-334X

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