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The spatial heterogeneity of soil limiting resources is one of the most important factors maintaining biodiversity and ecosystem functions. There is a...Read more
Understanding variability in ecosystem response to grazing is essential for improving management. Recent efforts have focused on the role of plant fun...Read more
Sagebrush steppe ecosystems in the United States currently occur on only about one-half of their historical land area because of changes in land use, ...Read more
Dryland soils consistently exhibit a low capacity for the long-term accumulation and storage of organic matter, which has been primarily attributed to...Read more
The Eurasian steppe has long been subject to grazing by domestic ungulates at high levels, resulting in widespread deterioration of biodiversity and e...Read more
The spatial heterogeneity of limiting soil resources is an essential factor determining ecosystem processes and function. It has been reported that la...Read more
Seeding is an important management tool in aridland restoration, but seeded species often fail to establish. Previous research has largely focused on ...Read more
Understanding the productivity-diversity relationship (PDR) is a key issue in biodiversity-ecosystem functioning research, and has important implicati...Read more
Vegetation structure and net primary production (NPP) are fundamental properties of ecosystems. Understanding how restoration practices following dist...Read more
Ecosystem invasibility is determined by combinations of environmental variables, invader attributes, disturbance regimes, competitive abilities of res...Read more
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