BIOTIC AND ABIOTIC INFLUENCES ON THE EVOLUTION OF ELEVATIONAL RANGE LIMTS AND LIFE-HISTORY STRATEGIES OF TROPICAL BIRDS

@inproceedings{Boyce2018BIOTICAA,
  title={BIOTIC AND ABIOTIC INFLUENCES ON THE EVOLUTION OF ELEVATIONAL RANGE LIMTS AND LIFE-HISTORY STRATEGIES OF TROPICAL BIRDS},
  author={Andrew James Boyce},
  year={2018}
}
Understanding how biotic interactions and abiotic constraints influence community assembly and composition is a fundamental issue in community ecology. Addressing this issue is particularly tractable in the context of tropical mountains which have large variation in community diversity, high rates of species turnover and strong gradients in abiotic conditions. Here, we examined elevational patterns of avian community structure in tropical Malaysia to assess changes in the relative strength of… CONTINUE READING

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