Modeling the beta diversity of coral reefs.

@article{Harborne2006ModelingTB,
  title={Modeling the beta diversity of coral reefs.},
  author={Alastair R. Harborne and Peter J. Mumby and Kamila Żychaluk and John D. Hedley and Paul G. Blackwell},
  journal={Ecology},
  year={2006},
  volume={87 11},
  pages={2871-81}
}
Quantifying the beta diversity (species replacement along spatiotemporal gradients) of ecosystems is important for understanding and conserving patterns of biodiversity. However, virtually all studies of beta diversity focus on one-dimensional transects orientated along a specific environmental gradient that is defined a priori. By ignoring a second spatial dimension and the associated changes in species composition and environmental gradients, this approach may provide limited insight into the… CONTINUE READING
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