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Understanding how human-modified landscapes affect the phylogenetic composition and assembly mechanisms of biological communities is critical for effe...Read more
Ecological restoration is critical for mitigating habitat loss and providing ecosystem services. However, restorations often have lower diversity than...Read more
Tropical forest loss can drive the extinction of forest-dependent species. Yet, non-forest species can proliferate in deforested landscapes, thus enab...Read more
Phylogenies are increasingly incorporated into ecological studies on the basis that evolutionary relatedness broadly correlates with trait similarity....Read more
1. Little attention has been paid to phylogenetic diversity during restoration initiatives. Because plant phylogenetic distance can be a surrogate for...Read more
Although biodiversity loss is a critically important topic, our understanding of how both land abandonment and land-use intensification in semi-natura...Read more
A phylogenetic perspective of community assembly can reveal new insights into how variation within dominant species interacts with the local species p...Read more
1. Increasing agriculture intensification has led to dramatically improved crop yields; however, this shift in agricultural practice has been accompan...Read more
Pest regulation is an important ecosystem service provided by biodiversity, as plants growing in species-rich communities often experience association...Read more
Central to the success of restoration is how applied activities influence community assembly mechanisms. Phylogenetic and trait-based approaches to co...Read more