Biodiversity–stability relationships strengthen over time in a long-term grassland experiment

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Biodiversity–stability relationships strengthen over time in a long-term grassland experiment. / Wagg, Cameron; Roscher, Christiane; Weigelt, Alexandra et al.

in: Nature Communications, Jahrgang 13, Nr. 1, 7752, 14.12.2022.

Publikation: Beiträge in ZeitschriftenZeitschriftenaufsätzeForschungbegutachtet

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Wagg, C, Roscher, C, Weigelt, A, Vogel, A, Ebeling, A, de Luca, E, Roeder, A, Kleinspehn, C, Temperton, VM, Meyer, ST, Scherer-Lorenzen, M, Buchmann, N, Fischer, M, Weisser, WW, Eisenhauer, N & Schmid, B 2022, 'Biodiversity–stability relationships strengthen over time in a long-term grassland experiment', Nature Communications, Jg. 13, Nr. 1, 7752. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41467-022-35189-2

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Wagg, C., Roscher, C., Weigelt, A., Vogel, A., Ebeling, A., de Luca, E., Roeder, A., Kleinspehn, C., Temperton, V. M., Meyer, S. T., Scherer-Lorenzen, M., Buchmann, N., Fischer, M., Weisser, W. W., Eisenhauer, N., & Schmid, B. (2022). Biodiversity–stability relationships strengthen over time in a long-term grassland experiment. Nature Communications, 13(1), [7752]. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41467-022-35189-2

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Wagg C, Roscher C, Weigelt A, Vogel A, Ebeling A, de Luca E et al. Biodiversity–stability relationships strengthen over time in a long-term grassland experiment. Nature Communications. 2022 Dez 14;13(1):7752. doi: 10.1038/s41467-022-35189-2

Bibtex

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title = "Biodiversity–stability relationships strengthen over time in a long-term grassland experiment",
abstract = "Numerous studies have demonstrated that biodiversity drives ecosystem functioning, yet how biodiversity loss alters ecosystems functioning and stability in the long-term lacks experimental evidence. We report temporal effects of species richness on community productivity, stability, species asynchrony, and complementarity, and how the relationships among them change over 17 years in a grassland biodiversity experiment. Productivity declined more rapidly in less diverse communities resulting in temporally strengthening positive effects of richness on productivity, complementarity, and stability. In later years asynchrony played a more important role in increasing community stability as the negative effect of richness on population stability diminished. Only during later years did species complementarity relate to species asynchrony. These results show that species complementarity and asynchrony can take more than a decade to develop strong stabilizing effects on ecosystem functioning in diverse plant communities. Thus, the mechanisms stabilizing ecosystem functioning change with community age.",
keywords = "Biology, Ecosystems Research",
author = "Cameron Wagg and Christiane Roscher and Alexandra Weigelt and Anja Vogel and Anne Ebeling and {de Luca}, Enrica and Anna Roeder and Clemens Kleinspehn and Temperton, {Vicky M.} and Meyer, {Sebastian T.} and Michael Scherer-Lorenzen and Nina Buchmann and Markus Fischer and Weisser, {Wolfgang W.} and Nico Eisenhauer and Bernhard Schmid",
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AU - Vogel, Anja

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AU - de Luca, Enrica

AU - Roeder, Anna

AU - Kleinspehn, Clemens

AU - Temperton, Vicky M.

AU - Meyer, Sebastian T.

AU - Scherer-Lorenzen, Michael

AU - Buchmann, Nina

AU - Fischer, Markus

AU - Weisser, Wolfgang W.

AU - Eisenhauer, Nico

AU - Schmid, Bernhard

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N2 - Numerous studies have demonstrated that biodiversity drives ecosystem functioning, yet how biodiversity loss alters ecosystems functioning and stability in the long-term lacks experimental evidence. We report temporal effects of species richness on community productivity, stability, species asynchrony, and complementarity, and how the relationships among them change over 17 years in a grassland biodiversity experiment. Productivity declined more rapidly in less diverse communities resulting in temporally strengthening positive effects of richness on productivity, complementarity, and stability. In later years asynchrony played a more important role in increasing community stability as the negative effect of richness on population stability diminished. Only during later years did species complementarity relate to species asynchrony. These results show that species complementarity and asynchrony can take more than a decade to develop strong stabilizing effects on ecosystem functioning in diverse plant communities. Thus, the mechanisms stabilizing ecosystem functioning change with community age.

AB - Numerous studies have demonstrated that biodiversity drives ecosystem functioning, yet how biodiversity loss alters ecosystems functioning and stability in the long-term lacks experimental evidence. We report temporal effects of species richness on community productivity, stability, species asynchrony, and complementarity, and how the relationships among them change over 17 years in a grassland biodiversity experiment. Productivity declined more rapidly in less diverse communities resulting in temporally strengthening positive effects of richness on productivity, complementarity, and stability. In later years asynchrony played a more important role in increasing community stability as the negative effect of richness on population stability diminished. Only during later years did species complementarity relate to species asynchrony. These results show that species complementarity and asynchrony can take more than a decade to develop strong stabilizing effects on ecosystem functioning in diverse plant communities. Thus, the mechanisms stabilizing ecosystem functioning change with community age.

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