The ecological and evolutionary drivers of spatial biodiversity patterns
The form, function, and kinds of species that coexist together vary dramatically from place to place. These spatial patterns of biodiversity are the focus of biogeographical and macroecological research and offer us clues into the evolutionary processes shaping nature's variety. Finding general patterns and their underlying drivers, however, is not a straightforward task because a suite of ecological and evolutionary processes interact to shape patterns of biodiversity in the present-day. By...[Show more]
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