Ecology and biogeography in 3 D : The case of the Australian Proteaceae

  title={Ecology and biogeography in 3 D : The case of the Australian Proteaceae},
  • Published 2018
The key biophysical pressures shaping the ecology and evolution of species can be broadly aggregated into three dimensions: environmental conditions, disturbance regimes and biotic interactions. The relative importance of each dimension varies over time and space, and in most cases multiple dimensions need to be addressed to adequately understand the habitat and functional traits of species at broad spatial and phylogenetic scales. However, it is currently common to consider only one or two… CONTINUE READING


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