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The return of the variance: intraspecific variability in community ecology.
Despite being recognized as a promoter of diversity and a condition for local coexistence decades ago, the importance of intraspecific variance has been neglected over time in community ecology.Expand
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Selecting pseudo-absences for species distribution models: how, where and how many?
Summary 1. Species distribution models are increasingly used to address questions in conservation biology, ecology and evolution. The most effective species distribution models require data on bothExpand
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Intraspecific functional variability: extent, structure and sources of variation
Summary 1. Functional traits are increasingly used to investigate community structure, ecosystem functioning or to classify species into functional groups. These functional traits are expected to beExpand
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A multi‐trait approach reveals the structure and the relative importance of intra‐ vs. interspecific variability in plant traits
Summary 1. Functional traits have been extensively used to describe, group and rank species according to their functions. There is now growing evidence that intraspecific functional variability, asExpand
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Hierarchical effects of environmental filters on the functional structure of plant communities: a case study in the French Alps
Understanding the inf l uence of the environment on the functional structure of ecological communities is essential to predict the response of biodiversity to global change drivers. Ecological theoryExpand
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On the importance of intraspecific variability for the quantification of functional diversity
Functional diversity (FD) is a key facet of biodiversity used to address central questions in ecology. Despite recent methodological advances, FD remains a complex concept and no consensus has beenExpand
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Effects of competition on tree radial‐growth vary in importance but not in intensity along climatic gradients
Summary 1. Plant interactions play a central role in regulating plant communities and this role can be altered by abiotic stress. With increasing stress, ecological theory predicts that the role ofExpand
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Quantifying the relevance of intraspecific trait variability for functional diversity
Summary 1. Intraspecific trait variability is a crucial, often neglected, component of functional diversity (FD) in ecological communities. In particular, uncertainty remains as to the importance ofExpand
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BioMove – an integrated platform simulating the dynamic response of species to environmental change
BioMove simulates plant species' geographic range shifts in response to climate, habitat structure and disturbance, at annual time steps. This spatially explicit approach integrates species'Expand
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Applying network theory to prioritize multispecies habitat networks that are robust to climate and land‐use change
Designing connected landscapes is among the most widespread strategies for achieving biodiversity conservation targets. The challenge lies in simultaneously satisfying the connectivity needs ofExpand
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