From populations to communities: understanding changes in rainforest diversity through the integration of molecular, ecological and environmental data

@inproceedings{Rossetto2008FromPT,
  title={From populations to communities: understanding changes in rainforest diversity through the integration of molecular, ecological and environmental data},
  author={Maurizio Rossetto},
  year={2008}
}
The progressive aridification of the Australian continent during the last 30 million years has considerably reduced the amount of habitat suited to broad-leaved vegetation. The fossil record suggests that much diversity has been lost in that period, and that the extreme climatic fluctuations of the Quaternary stressed the remaining refugial areas even further. Yet, despite the considerable transformation of the surrounding environment, the rainforest remnants scattered along the east coast… CONTINUE READING

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