Evolutionary priority effects in New Zealand alpine plants across environmental gradients

@inproceedings{Leopold2015EvolutionaryPE,
  title={Evolutionary priority effects in New Zealand alpine plants across environmental gradients},
  author={Devin R. Leopold and Andrew J Tanentzap and William G. K. Lee and Peter B. Heenan and Tadashi Fukami},
  year={2015}
}
Methods Lineage age data for 14 monophyletic New Zealand alpine plant genera, with stem ages ranging from 2 to 17 Ma, were paired with species presence and abundance data in 261 plots, covering nearly 400 km. The relationships between lineage age and the relative abundance and richness of focal genera across elevation (800–1620 m) and precipitation (2500–5000 mm yr ) gradients were investigated using linear models in a Bayesian framework. 
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