Tree species from different functional groups respond differently to environmental changes during establishment

@article{Barbosa2013TreeSF,
  title={Tree species from different functional groups respond differently to environmental changes during establishment},
  author={Eduardo M. Barbosa and Frank van Langevelde and Richard T Corlett and Lu{\'i}sa G Carvalheiro and Kevin Kirkman and Steven de Bie and Herbert H T Prins},
  journal={Oecologia},
  year={2013},
  volume={174},
  pages={1345-1357}
}
Savanna plant communities change considerably across time and space. The processes driving savanna plant species diversity, coexistence and turnover along environmental gradients are still unclear. Understanding how species respond differently to varying environmental conditions during the seedling stage, a critical stage for plant population dynamics, is needed to explain the current composition of plant communities and to enable us to predict their responses to future environmental changes… CONTINUE READING
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