Preface - Mechanistic links between biodiversity and ecosystem function
1. A multitrophic, eco-evolutionary perspective on biodiversity–ecosystem functioning research
2. Soil history determines plant diversity effects on ecosystem functioning – a new experimental approach
3. Terrestrial laser scanning reveals temporal changes in biodiversity mechanisms driving grassland productivity
4. Linking species coexistence to ecosystem functioning - a conceptual framework from ecological first principles
Kathryn E. Barry
5. Species contributions to above and belowground biodiversity effects in the Trait-Based Experiment
6. Plant diversity effects on element cycling
7. Plant diversity effects on consumer community structure, stability, and ecosystem function
8. Plant community assembly and the consequences for ecosystem function
9. Transferring biodiversity-ecosystem function research to the management of real world ecosystems
10. The database in the Jena Experiment
11. Plant functional trait identity and diversity effects on soil meso- and macrofauna in experimental grassland
Advances in Ecological Research, Volume 61, the latest release in this ongoing series includes specific chapters on the Mechanistic links between biodiversity and ecosystem function, A multitrophic, eco-evolutionary perspective on biodiversity–ecosystem functioning research, Linking species coexistence to ecosystem functioning - a conceptual framework from ecological first principles, Species contributions to above and below ground biodiversity effects in the Trait-Based Experiment, Plant diversity effects on element cycling, Plant diversity effects on consumer community structure, stability, and ecosystem function, Plant community assembly and the consequences for ecosystem function, and more.
- Provides information that relates to a thorough understanding of the field of ecology
- Deals with topical and important reviews on the physiologies, populations and communities of plants and animals
Environmentalists, ecologists at undergraduate through to research level, social scientists and economists
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- © Academic Press 2019
- 1st November 2019
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Dr. Nico Eisenhauer is a soil ecologist with special interest in aboveground-belowground interactions and ecosystem ecology. He is professor for Experimental Interaction Ecology at Leipzig University and research group leader at the German Centre for Integrative Biodiversity Research (iDiv) Halle-Jena-Leipzig. He studies the causes and consequences of biodiversity in global change and biodiversity experiments. Dr. Eisenhauer is speaker of the Jena Experiment and head of the iDiv Ecotron and the MyDiv Experiment.
Dr. Nico Eisenhauer, Professor for Experimental Interaction Ecology, Leipzig University, Germany.