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- Austin, M.P.
- Ecography 1999 v.22 no.5 pp. 465-484
- design for environment, etc ; linear models; forest trees; species dispersal; experimental design; plant communities; vegetation; latitude; species diversity; temperature; New Zealand; Show all 11 Subjects
- ... The contribution of vegetation ecology to the study of biodiversity depends on better communication between the different research paradigms in ecology. Recent developments in vegetation theory and associated statistical modelling techniques are reviewed for their relevance to biodiversity. Species composition and collective properties such as species richness vary as a continuum in a multi‐dimens ...