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Climate reverses directionality in the richness–abundance relationship across the World’s main forest biomes
More tree species can increase the carbon storage capacity of forests (here referred to as the more species hypothesis) through increased tree productivity and tree abundance resulting from complementarity, but they can ...
Neotropical Hypericum irazuense shrubs reveal recent ENSO variability in Costa Rican páramo
Climate-vegetation relations in alpine systems play a pivotal role in regulating hydrology and have thus become a research priority in a context of ongoing climate change. In this paper, we investigate how one of the ...