Species richness is more important for ecosystem functioning than species turnover along an elevational gradient

Albrecht J, Peters MK, Becker JN, Behler C, Classen A, Ensslin A, Ferger SW, Gebert F, Gerschlauer F, Helbig-Bonitz M, Kindeketa WJ, Kühnel A, Mayr AV, Njovu HK, Pabst H, Pommer U, Röder J, Rutten G, Schellenberger Costa D, Sierra-Cornejo N, Vogeler A, Vollstädt MGR, Dulle HI, Eardley CD, Howell KM, Keller A, Peters RS, Kakengi V, Hemp C, Zhang J, Manning P, Mueller T, Bogner C, Böhning-Gaese K, Brandl R, Hertel D, Huwe B, Kiese R, Kleyer M, Leuschner C, Kuzyakov Y, Nauss T, Tschapka M, Fischer M, Hemp A, Steffan-Dewenter I & Schleuning M
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Albrecht, J., Peters, M. K., Becker, J. N., Behler, C., Classen, A., Ensslin, A., … Schleuning, M. (2021). Species richness is more important for ecosystem functioning than species turnover along an elevational gradient. Nature Ecology, 5, 1582-1593. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41559-021-01550-9