Responses of floodplain forest species to spatially condensed gradients: a test of the flood–shade tolerance tradeoff hypothesis

@article{Battaglia2005ResponsesOF,
  title={Responses of floodplain forest species to spatially condensed gradients: a test of the flood–shade tolerance tradeoff hypothesis},
  author={Loretta L. Battaglia and Rebecca R. Sharitz},
  journal={Oecologia},
  year={2005},
  volume={147},
  pages={108-118}
}
Previous work in southeastern US floodplains led to the hypothesis that a tradeoff between flood and shade tolerance underlies species-specific responses to flooding and light, which drive forest regeneration. In systems where community turnover can occur with small-scale environmental changes, testing this hypothesis requires recognizing that turnover of species along the two gradients can be large relative to the spatial distances involved. We test the tradeoff hypothesis in an old-growth… CONTINUE READING
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