Dispersal and niche evolution jointly shape the geographic turnover of phylogenetic clades across continents

@inproceedings{Eiserhardt2013DispersalAN,
  title={Dispersal and niche evolution jointly shape the geographic turnover of phylogenetic clades across continents},
  author={Wolf L Eiserhardt and Jens-Christian Svenning and William J Baker and Thomas L P Couvreur and Henrik Balslev},
  booktitle={Scientific reports},
  year={2013}
}
The turnover of phylogenetic clades across space is a fundamental biodiversity pattern that may depend on long-term evolutionary processes, and that has downstream effects on other aspects of diversity including species richness and community structure. Limited niche evolution and limited dispersal are two major processes causing spatial restriction, and thus turnover, of clades. We studied the determinants of clade turnover within the World's richest floristic kingdom, the Neotropics, using… CONTINUE READING
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