Resource availability mediates the importance of priority effects in plant community assembly and ecosystem function

@inproceedings{Kardol2012ResourceAM,
  title={Resource availability mediates the importance of priority effects in plant community assembly and ecosystem function},
  author={Paul Kardol and paul. kardol and Aim{\'e}e T Classen},
  year={2012}
}
Assembly history, including the order in which species arrive into a community, can infl uence long-term community structure; however we know less about how timing of species arrival may alter assembly especially under varying resource conditions. To explore how the timing of species arrival interacts with resource availability to alter community assembly, we constructed experimental plant communities and manipulated the interval between plantings of groups of seedlings (0, 5, 10, 15 or 20 days… CONTINUE READING
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